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Understanding the difference between education and schooling is essential. Annie Holmquist has a great essay on education discipleship and how it can fix the mess made by our public schools. The current attempts to rewrite American history with a Marxist slant are intensifying. James Bovard explains how the 1619 Project has teamed up with Hulu to v…
 
In human interactions, there are only a limited number of ways to get what you want. Art Carden lists four of those ways and explains why the ones involving force are the worst possible ways. Those of us who have spent decades trying to restore and protect the principles and practices of liberty know that there is no silver bullet strategy that wil…
 
The weaponization of the US Dept. of Justice is pretty unsettling. Sarah Weaver joins me to talk about a pro-life pastor who was raided by the FBI, arrested and charged with obstructing access to an abortion clinic. Thankfully, a jury acquitted him last week. It's hard to tell is "Dilbert" creator Scott Adams is being sincere or facetious when he a…
 
It's our weekly check in with Eric Peters from Eric Peters Autos. There's a lot going on in our world and Eric is a welcome voice of reason in helping to make sense of it all. Despite their vehement denials, proponents of Marxism are very active in many of our institutions today. Paul Rosenberg has a timely definition of one of the favorite targets…
 
It's a shame to see Reader's Digest jumping on the bandwagon to clamor for gun control. David Codrea does a great job of dismantling their demands for "commonsense gun control" that would leave only the ruling class armed. You may not own or even want a pistol brace but you still have a stake in the matter, nonetheless. D. Parker explains why the A…
 
This may not strike an heroic chord with some folks but the Utah doctor who helped parents to free their kids from vax mandates is a stand up guy. Jordan Schachtel explains why the feds are wrong to be prosecuting him. Like it or not, your leadership is sorely needed right now. Dan Sanchez spells out the 3 levels of leadership that Leonard E. Read …
 
Seven years ago today, LaVoy Finicum's life was unjustly taken. I had the privilege of getting to know this champion of freedom personally in the year prior to his death. A few years ago, Jeffrey A. Tucker was hauled into traffic court. His article on how to steal $75,000 from the poor is quite eye-opening. Law and order types will want to take the…
 
Keeping your bearings during the current upheaval can be a challenge. Find the time to take a look at Jim Quinn's latest analysis on our Fourth Turning is combining with mass formation psychosis. This won't be good news for everyone but for those of us who have worked to protect our freedom from the covid fear-mongers, it's encouraging. Robert Blum…
 
Eric Peters from Eric Peters Autos drops in for another of our regular Tuesday therapy sessions. If you're in need of a healthy dose of rationality, Eric always delivers. Hindsight is always helpful in connecting the dots we couldn't see when things were going sideways. Huck Davenport reminds us that time has shown that the 'paranoid' people were c…
 
As a member of Gen X, one of the biggest generational shifts in my lifetime is the shift from personal to positional morality. Robin Koerner explains how seeking to control others rather than yourself is changing our society. Is it true that only a moral people can be free? Paul Rosenberg's take on this question is worth considering. Trying to pers…
 
The divisions throughout society are mighty deep. Jack Gleason has some timely advice for effectively communicating with brainwashed friends and family. The public's trust issues with the medical establishment are not without merit. And when the medical establishment tells us that belief in freedom is bad for us, it doesn't make things any better. …
 
There seems to be growing darkness in almost any direction we turn right now. Larry Alton describes why if there was ever a time to remember why families are more important than ever, this is it. After the Supreme Court's Bruen decision, the right to keep and bear arms has been on pretty solid ground. Then along comes the ATF and with a simple rule…
 
The idea that taxation is theft seems pretty obvious to anyone who understands the nature of the state. Jeff Thomas has a relatable explanation that will likely convince even those who want to assure the state that they love it. Anyone who is aware of the World Economic Forum can see that there's serious mischief afoot. J.B. Shurk has a terrific es…
 
Tuesdays are always a treat as my friend Eric Peters from Eric Peters Autos stops by to chat about what's happening. His latest take on corporate shills and mercenaryism is worth hearing. Can you sense the shift in the attitude of the ruling class? They're frightened and maybe with good reason. James Howard Kunstler notes the glug glug, gurgle gurg…
 
Being able to think rationally in a time when everything is in commotion is a kind of superpower. Todd Hayen has a marvelous article on why "right or wrong, I am sticking with what I believe" is a dangerous way to to think. None of us wants to believe that we are helping to bring about tyranny but the fact is, sometimes we are. Barry Brownstein's l…
 
If the founders gave us a government for a moral people, what happens when we stop being moral? Joe Strader points out that we face a moral conundrum in the coming ideological battle. It may seem too simple to be true but the best way to effect change in the world is to start with ourselves. Annie Holmquist reveals how good government starts in our…
 
It's our weekly visit with Eric Peters from Eric Peters Autos. We discuss the WEF's war on rurality and how personal secession is the key to extricating yourself from the systems trying to subjugate us. Have you noticed how the only absolute we're still allowed to believe in is that there are no absolutes. Paul Rosenberg explains how if there's lif…
 
Even though most of us have heard of the FTX cryptocurrency fiasco, we'd be hard pressed to explain exactly what happened. Paul Rosenberg has a brilliant synopsis of the FTX heist, in brief. Definitely worth a read. Some things are worth defending, no matter how hopeless it may seem at the moment. Jay Davidson reminds us that before can defend our …
 
Two positive things happened in my home state of Idaho yesterday. As Brian Almon explains there were victories for life and for liberty. My dear friend Ice Cube would put it thusly, "I got to say it was a good day." We're about to learn for ourselves that, while history doesn't exactly repeat itself, it sometimes rhymes. Doug Casey has a marvelous …
 
Part of me wishes I'd paid closer attention when my grandparents talked about living through the Great Depression. Klark Barnes makes a convincing case that we're going to need to learn how to deal with depression-era living. No matter how serious things might get, keeping a sense of humor is essential. Joshua Glawson explains how comedy, laughter …
 
When NFL player Damar Hamlin collapsed on national television Monday night, the pucker factor increased for the mRNA narrative managers. As Alex Berenson explains, we may not know the cause of his cardiac arrest, but we can't help but wonder. It's actually reassuring to see the US House of Representatives fail to elect a speaker for the first time …
 
Eric Peters from Eric Peters Autos drops by to ring in the new year with a good healthy dose of common sense and a bit of humor. So many of our sources of information work very hard to convince us that humankind is hopelessly evil, racist or broken. Paul Rosenberg has a great alternative take on how to look at the human story from a post-primate pe…
 
You don't have to have beef with the legacy media to understand that they are not operating in your interests. Allan Stevo asks, did fake news scare you this week? If so, he has some solid guidance on taking back your time. This may not seem particularly optimistic but it sure has the ring of good advice. To survive the economic uncertainty of 2023…
 
If you're serious about maintaining your freedom, you must know what came before you. Robert E. Wright explains how freedom's future requires understanding the past. The people who seek to rule us want us to believe that this is the system the founders intended. Jacob Hornberger begs to differ. He describes his favorite period in American history a…
 
Question the way elections always seem to tip toward keeping the establishment in power and you will be labeled an "election denier." Jay Valentine wonders if we have reached the end of free elections. If you're feeling a bit froggy, here's a great article from Edward Ring on the power of political optimism. He says, in our time, optimism is subver…
 
You probably don't need a lot of coaxing to get you to consider that the corporate media and big government aren't really on your side. Here's a remarkable article by Leighton Woodhouse about how the establishment media is rushing to defend the FBI over the Twitter files. There's a lot of truth to the saying "follow the money." Ron Paul explains ho…
 
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