If there was ever a time to keep a healthy skepticism of government, it’s right now. If there was ever an example of why that skepticism is necessary, it’s the story of Uri Rafaeli whose home was stolen from him over an $8.41 tax debt. David Deerson has some good news about how that wrong is being corrected.
Two friends have spoken to me in the last 24 hours about how difficult it’s becoming to maintain friendships in a time when partisan madness is everywhere. John Tuttle has some very workable ideas for how to stay friends, even when you don’t see eye to eye.
As if 2020 hasn’t been bizarre enough, there are individuals strenuously defending looting as an acceptable form of protest. For those of us who need a refresher course on why stealing or destroying what doesn’t belong to you is wrong, Ryan McMacken is kind enough to walk us through the basics.