In 1991, Ukrainians held an election and voted for secession. Today we’re supposed to cheer that. But to suggest something similar for a region of the United States? Well, we’re told that’s just plain wrong.
Our guest is Dr. Stanley Goldfarb, author of the recently-released T ake Two Aspirins and Call Me By My Pronouns , a book that details the intrusion of critical race theory and identity politics into medical education and medical practice.
Politicians have become accustomed to conjuring whatever they want through the “miracle” of printing money. But in the real world, it’s still necessary to produce oil and gas through actual physical production.