Why I’m ALMOST Sure Trump Will Run For President in 2024

I’m going to say something here that will probably shock… well, just about anyone who knows me: Ron DeSantis is probably the president this country needs after Joe Biden. But I’m ALMOST sure Trump will run for president in 2024. And depending on the circumstances, it could be the best outcome for the country.  Wow, … Read more

Tokyo Olympics Get Low Ratings and COVID-19

The Summer Olympics, which are being held in Tokyo right now after a year’s delay, are not drawing the eyes that they might have expected. Even though there was a pandemic in full force last year, summer was one of those times that COVID had waned with the warmer weather. In retrospect, if the Olympics … Read more

Covid Riots, by Israel Shamir

The Russian people have successfully managed to foil the latest attempt by the Global Covid Party to enforce its most current list of restrictions and vaccinations. The covid restrictions were unleashed June 16, while Putin was away at the Geneva summit. Moscow Mayor Sobyanin announced that QR codes would be required to enter all cafés…Originally … Read more

How the Plague of Corruption Is Killing Mankind

In this interview, Judy Mikovits, Ph.D., Frank Ruscetti, Ph.D., and Kent Heckenlively, a lawyer and science teacher, discuss “Ending Plague: A Scholar’s Obligation in an Age of Corruption,” which they co-wrote. This is the third book in a trilogy that began with “Plague: One Scientist’s Intrepid Search for the Truth About Human Retroviruses and Chronic … Read more

PATRIOTISM MATTERS: Pledging Allegiance to a Burning Flag

New from RTV… Nation’s top country song panned as “controversial” and “extremist” for decrying flag burning!  As Team Biden continues to dismantle America and totally corrupt her schools and military, we’re left to ask: Just who are the real haters in America today? This new song by Aaron Lewis has rocketed to the Number One spot … Read more

Steven Phelan: Startup Stories

Recorded live at Mises University on 24 July 2021. Find Startup Stories: Lessons for Everyday Entrepreneurs at: Mises.org/Startup Originally Published On Mises Wire

White House admits US gov’t works with Facebook to censor free-speech

Kit Knightly Government agencies are flagging posts as “misinformation” for Facebook. Essentially telling internet companies who to censor. We’ve always suspected as much, but now they’ve actually admitted it. Jen Psaki, Biden’s Press Secretary, said as much in a press briefing last week: We are flagging problematic posts for Facebook that spread disinformation” If true …

Nationalism and the Ten Commandments – Patriotism or Idolatry? “Liberty” or Slavery?

Top left: American children pledging allegiance to the U.S. flag with the Belamy salute (image source), Top right: Kindergarten children in Huainan, Central China saluting the flag of China (image source), Bottom left: saluting the German Nazi flag (image source), Bottom right: Preschoolers in Ashkelon, Israel celebrating Independence Day (image source.) by Brian Shilhavy Editor, … Read more

Israel Launched Airstrikes Attacking Syria Two Nights In A Row & Allegedly Aided Al-Qaeda

For two consecutive nights, Israeli airstrikes pounded Syria unprovoked and even coincided with attacks from Syria’s al-Qaeda offshoot on one of the days. The only story which received adequate coverage, in between however, was rocket fire from Lebanon, demonstrating a clear media double standard. This Tuesday night, Israeli fighter jets struck the Aleppo countryside area … Read more

The Case for Economic Populism

Recorded at the Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama, on 24 July 2021. Originally Published On Mises Wire

Dubai Makes Artificial Rain With Drones That Shock Clouds

By Tyler Durden The United Arab Emirates (UAE) uses drones that fly into clouds and deliver an electric shock to “cajole them” into producing precipitation amid dangerous heat waves regularly surpassing triple digits. According to Daily Mail, UAE’s National Center of Meteorology (NCM) is flying drones…

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Mississippi Puts Roe v. Wade Before SCOTUS Again

Thanks to the challenge by the Mississippi attorney general, the Supreme Court has the chance to look critically once again at their Roe v. Wade ruling. For those who haven’t been following this latest case, Mississippi passed a law that banned all elective abortions after 15 weeks gestation. The last remaining abortion clinic in the … Read more