The Biden administration bans the best tennis player in the world, unvaccinated Novak Djokovic, from playing in the 2022 US Open, even though the CDC says he is safe, preventing Djokovic from tying Rafael Nadal’s 22 grand slam record. Politics, not science.
Mark Da Cunha
The Biden administration bans unvaccinated Novak Djokovic, who tests negative for covid-19, while welcoming vaccinated foreigners who are potentially positive for the virus. Welcome to the anti-science, anti-freedom fascist world of Vax Mandate Land.
Banning uninfected foreigners, like Novak Djokovic, from the US because they are unvaccinated is anti-science as vaccination does not stop the spread of covid-19, and anti-American as it violates the principles of individual freedom & choice that America was founded upon.
The distinction evaded in the condemnation of Chris Rock’s joke and the apologetics for Will Smith’s act of violence is the difference between speech and physical force.
Justin Trudeau’s rhetoric against his fellow citizens and iron-fisted response to the Canadian Freedom Convoy demonstrate a lack of moral principle and political leadership.
Real censorship is when the state uses its legal power to use force to determine the content of speech we should engage in (either by banning non-rights violating speech or forcing one to say things one would not do so voluntarily). If the state can arbitrarily determine what Twitter must post, it goes from being the protector of freedom of speech to its censor.
The battle of 2020 is between the alternative of Republican populist-nationalism vs. Democratic racist-nihilism. Nationalism, in its present form, is a mix of deregulatory sugar and populist poison, but nihilism is suicide.
Cheap One Dollar 15 Minute Result COVID-19 Tests Can End The Need for National Lockdowns Permanently
One dollar, 15-minute result home and work COVID-19 antigen screening tests, are available and will end the need for lockdowns. The problem is that government bureaucrats will not allow companies to sell them to the general public.
How cultural Marxists coopted the phrase “black lives matter” to instigate protests and riots to push a racist, anti-capitalist narrative to gain political power, while making Americans of all colors worse off.
A Review of Jaana Woiceshyn’s “How To Be Profitable and Moral”
The actions and demands of the organizers behind the “Black Lives Matter” organization show that they are not worthy of the name.
Hopefully, How Innovation Works: And Why It Flourishes in Freedom will inspire others to champion the planting of the seeds of innovation while protecting the soil of freedom that this precious and most delicate of flowers – that “child of freedom and parent of prosperity” — thrives on.
Whether one agrees with Adam’s views on “wet markets,” the origin of COVID-19, or the benefits of veganism, the “social justice” attacks on Bryan Adams as a “racist” are misguided. Far from being a racist, Bryan Adams is a victim. Bryan Adam’s accusers owe him an apology.
From the Audible website: “Black history and American history are forever intertwined. Limiting any celebration of Black history to a single month on the calendar does a disservice to the Black men and women who were (and are) integral to making this nation what it is...
The Washington Post Fails To Do Its Homework on Ayn Rand’s Philosophy: Objectivism
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In the opening few lines of Marc Cooper's editorial piece in the LA Weekly, he writes: "Have you ever imagined what it would be like living in a society where, say, a John Ashcroft would be unrestrained by the niceties of constitutional law? Where draconian...
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