What we see in Australia today might be a look into our own future. States all over the world have overreached.
If you are looking to make money off the coming natural gas shortage, have a look at energy stocks.
We find ourselves in an emergency situation. The world is tottering between two visions of human life.
Facebook has been fundamentally transmogrified into a PR agency for the state.
My advice is to turn off the television and stop looking at those notifications from mainstream sources on your phone.
The great struggle here is not only economic, not only cultural and social; it is fundamentally psychological.
In many ways, what began 19 months ago might prove to be the end of the state as we know it. Not in our lifetimes has a policy failed so badly.
The dangers here are immense for the future of the American republic. We are supposed to have a federalist style system.
The world is such a disaster these days that sometimes it is helpful and hopeful to look at the many ways in which creative people can figure out how to cobble together a civilized life.
: It has become ever more difficult these days to get reliable information about anything. I’ve never had as much appreciation for independent voices and outlets than I have today.