What’s most surprising about the pirating of medicine by a rogue government faction is the obvious rehashing of the same nonsense over and over again. People are still falling for the lies. We now welcome the new Omicron (initially called Nu) variant of coronavirus....
Why Power Is So Irresistible
History shows that human nature has not changed over many thousands of years. Give a person enough power, and there’s a high likelihood that he or she will abuse it. Dan Sanchez has a terrific essay about “The Ring of Impunity” and how so many of the people in power today don’t just crave power over others; they thrill at the prospect of getting away with abusing that power.
I don’t remember precisely when my eyes were opened to the reality that government “solutions” have a tendency to create even more problems than they solve, but it sure seems self-evident today. Thomas L. Knapp reminds us that political power is the problem, not the solution.
Paul Rosenberg has a marvelous insight into the maxim about “the only thing necessary for evil to triumph…” and points out that what gives evil the momentum to succeed is people who obey without question.
There’s little doubt that we are standing at a crossroads these days regarding what kind of nation we will be as we move forward. Jacob Hornberger from the Future of Freedom Foundation has a great take on the conflicting visions that shaped America and the choice before us.
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