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Don’t Be Fooled: Gender Identity Policies Don’t Follow the Science

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During the past presidential election, you may remember seeing black yard signs with lists of creed-like statements written in rainbow text. The creeds included claims like “science is real.” All Americans should agree with this statement. And yet, contrary to this pithy creed, any law that classifies gender identity as a protected class under civil […]

This Is Life Under State Media

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The legacy press scoffed at the lab-leak theory for months. Now they minimize it while running cover for Dr. Fauci. Everyone understands the Soviet Union tried to cover up the Chernobyl disaster, but what’s less known is that they’d already pulled it off once before. In 1957, an accident at a plutonium production site near […]

Supreme Court Agrees To Take Major Gun Case

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In late April, the Supreme Court announced it would take an important gun case, something they have not done for 11 years. The case will review a New York law that severely restricts the ability of law-abiding citizens to carry a gun outside of their homes. The case is New York Rifle and Pistol Association […]

YouTube Bans Sen. Ron Johnson For Discussing Early Treatment Of COVID-19

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YouTube’s position is that content on the site must parrot whatever comes from its narrow set of authorities, even though their positions change frequently and dramatically. Google’s YouTube has stepped up its draconian censorship of a sitting U.S. senator. The powerful video-sharing company removed a video of a speech given by Sen. Ron Johnson of […]

Congressman’s Impassioned Testimony Reveals the True Victims of Gun Control

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Data show that every year, at least 200,000 women employ a firearm to defend themselves against sexual abuse. Gun control advocates often claim the moral high ground. They accuse opponents of selfishly clinging to their guns and having cold hearts toward the victims of gun violence. That is exactly what happened on May 20 at […]

Columbia Journalism Review Abandons Neutrality – Adopts Gun-Control Advocacy

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Columbia Journalism Review recently conducted a “summit” to finally resolve problems with news coverage of gun violence, seeking to end what it claims are distorted and misleading stories of this deadly subject. Every advocacy group in America, including Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership [JPFO], wants this to happen. Is gun-control advocacy a proper […]

Business Roundtable Chairman Confirms Controversial Roundtable Statement Changes Nothing

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Business Roundtable (BRT) Chairman Doug McMillon affirmed today that he understood the BRT’s controversial “Statement on the Purpose of a Corporation” to merely outline good business practices rather than establish new standards of stakeholder primacy. McMillon, who also serves as the CEO of Walmart, clarified this in response to a question submitted by the Free Enterprise […]

Governments Don’t Hate Gold Because It’s Gold. They Hate It Because It’s Not Fiat Money.

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Men have chosen the precious metals gold and silver for the money service on account of their mineralogical, physical, and chemical features. The use of money in a market economy is a praxeologically necessary fact. That gold—and not something else—is used as money is merely a historical fact and as such cannot be conceived by […]

Why I Need an AR-15

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A man disarmed by his government is not a citizen—he’s a subject. I don’t need an AR-15 for hunting: It’s not even legal to take a deer with one in my state—the caliber is too small. I also don’t need an AR-15 for self-defense, though I’d want to have one if someone broke into my […]

A Perspective On the Problems of Wokefulness

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One of the irritations of the last year has been the endless repetition of the words: Covid, virus, vaccine, mask, social-distancing, etc. Even more tedious is the over-use of the three “ITY” words: sustainability, diversity, and inclusivity, not to mention the favorite of the “woke folks”: social justice. Now I hesitate to write this essay, […]