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Smallpox: The Historical Myths behind Mandatory Vaccines

HealthWorld History

Vaccine mandates are not a new invention, and states have long pushed a narrative exaggerating the success of mandates in the past. 

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With Low Vaccination Rates, Africa's Covid Deaths Remain Far below Europe and the US

Bureaucracy and RegulationHealth

Blog11/23/2021

“Africa doesn’t have the vaccines and the resources to fight COVID-19 that they have in Europe and the U.S., but somehow they seem to be doing better.”

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It's Time for the US To Stop Courting Conflict with Russia

Blog11/23/2021

Biden's team is dominated by liberal internationalists, and just as their aggressive approach to China is the wrong one to take in the Indo-Pacific, it has long been counterproductive in eastern and southern Europe.

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The Virginia Elections Showed Some Parents Are Seeing How Bad the Government Schools Really Are

Education

Blog11/23/2021

If there’s one political fight worth seeing through, it’s the crusade against government schooling. Many parents in Virginia may have started to see just how important the fight has become.

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Kyle Rittenhouse: The Media's Assault on the Rights of the Accused

U.S. History

Blog11/22/2021

The Rittenhouse case has uncovered a major threat to modern American jurisprudence, but not the threat that progressives are claiming.

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The REAL ID Means a Real Leviathan

The Police StateU.S. History

Blog11/22/2021

While 9/11 is mainly forgotten, a deafening trumpet announces the presence of other supposed crises, such as covid and climate change. The Leviathan is now excited and encouraged by the possibilities of new rules and new IDs.

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No, Inflation Is Not Good for You

Money and Banks

Blog11/22/2021

According to the Marxists and their fellow travelers, inflation is good because it transfers wealth from creditors to debtors, and debtors are "the 99 percent." But inflation doesn't work that way.  

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OPEC Can't Make High Oil Prices Go Away

World History

Blog11/20/2021

OPEC is not irrelevant, but the fact is that rising oil prices are more a function of monetary inflation and government efforts to stifle the oil industry.

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