To be a media skeptic these days is to be a person with common sense, but you need to be skeptical across the board.
Because it may be of some interest as a curiosity, I share a message from the Qanon forum below. It was written by Q himself, appeared Sunday morning , and is characteristic of Q’s messaging style.Continue reading “A Q Sample”
The argument could be made:
- Social media platforms Facebook and Twitter have actively suppressed the Joe Biden e-mail story.
- Tidewater Forum is a social media platform.
- Therefore, Tidewater Forum should suppress the story.
If the industry leaders have good reason to apply censorship in this instance, shouldn’t venues like this one do the same?
Link recommended by Tyler Cowen.
I agree with the commentary. The National Popular Vote Compact is abominating to liberty.
In our system each of the states is a sovereignty that represents (and answers) to the political interests of the people in it. The NPVC would — like the 17th Amendment — help dissolve the states as participants in the federal union. People within the sates would become disenfranchised.
To illustrate: Under the existing constitutional system, a Virginian’s vote is recorded and counted as cast. Under NPVC, some Virginians’ votes would be recorded then, in effect, changed. Hard to find liberty in that.
Maybe it is true that right-wing extremists represent the greatest threat to our system of government and social order. For my money, though, establishment Democrats like Khristopher Jacks deserve the nod.
Mises wire explains the concept of inflation:Continue reading “Historical origins of inflation”
I sometimes use the term category error to describe other people’s reasoning (I’m sure I’m just as guilty of the same kind of mistake). I like this essay because it describes a classic instance of category error in operation as it relates to a topic of the day.
I am confirmed in my contention, stated on several occasions, that Virginia is becoming California. Curiouser and curiouser.