A Legacy of Light

March 1, 2023|Liberty|

How Leonard Read's electric candle illuminated the world. By Dan Sanchez - February 14, 2023 We are living in dark times. The leviathan state has cast its shadow over the world, leaving economic devastation, war, and civil strife [...]

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Vaccine Regulations

February 16, 2023|Health|

Governments Cannot Effectively Regulate Vaccines Christopher Paige – January 26, 2023 It’s theoretically impossible for government to regulate vaccines effectively. To see why, consider the following thought experiment: Imagine you were an expert employed somewhere in the government’s [...]

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SCOTUS: 3 Cases

January 30, 2023|Supreme Court|

Supreme Court Poised for Another Year of Landmark Decisions By Seamus Brennan - January 19, 2023 After a historic term for the Supreme Court in 2021-2022—during which the High Court overturned Roe v. Wade and solidified the most significant Second [...]

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Healthcare Censored

January 18, 2023|Health|

Stanford’s COVID Censorship A Microcosm of Eroding American Freedoms By Matt Kane - January 12, 2023 Recently, a long-time Stanford Professor of Medicine, Dr. Jay Bhattacharya, published a disturbing yet sadly unsurprising article about his experience at the university during the COVID-19 [...]

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Ivermectin is Safe: Proof

January 18, 2023|Health|

Ivermectin Is Safe and Effective: The Evidence Decades of use with nearly four billion doses to humans preceded recent use with COVID patients. From the chapter ‘Ivermectin sends COVID to lockdown,’ in my book The Defeat Of COVID. By [...]

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The NYT Wrong on Court

January 16, 2023|Supreme Court|

The Warren Court New York Times Misfire With High Court Piece By Seamus Brennan - January 5, 2023 For decades, left-wing activists cemented their power in the public square by treating the U.S. judiciary as a [...]

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