Eric Peters from Eric Peters Autos drops by to share his take on the passing scene. The push for Covid vaccination is sparking some serious discussion about the phrase "my body, my choice."
The current political orthodoxy holds that voting is so good, so essential to "democracy" that the voting age should be lowered. J.K. Baltzersen suggests that it should be raised instead.
Believe it or not, there was a time when elections didn't so closely resemble demolition derbies that doom both sides. James Bovard asks "Will treason mania destroy America?"
What exactly did the president accomplish with his commemoration of the 1921 Tulsa massacre last week? As Alan J. Levine explains, Biden's remarks were a study in historical confusion.
Most of us have heard some variation of how our nation was founded on Judeo-Christian principles. If someone were to ask you to explain what those principles are, could you do it? Thankfully, Paul Rosenberg has a marvelous explanation of what they are and why they still matter.
Yesterday I touched on the importance of being able to see the state for what it is versus what it pretends to be. Here's another amazing essay on the subject from Matthew McCaffrey that perfectly illustrates how your freedom is contingent on understanding this difference.
Sanity appears to be slowly returning but there are still a few examples of how detached from reality we've become over Covid. A good example of this was recently seen in the ejection of golfer Jon Rahm from the Jack Nicklaus Memorial golf tournament (which he was decisively leading) because of a purported positive PCR test for Covid. Must be a pretty bad disease if he didn't even know he (might) have it.