Commentary

The Ignoble Lie

October 29, 2021 0

“Noble lies” are rarely spun for anyone’s interests other than those of the liars themselves By Victor Davis Hanson In a controversial passage in Plato’s Republic, Socrates introduced the idea of the “noble lie” (“gennaios pseudos”). A majestic […]

Media

President Trump Takes on Big Tech

July 16, 2021 1

By The Sharp Edge It was Benjamin Franklin who penned the phrase in a letter in 1722, “Without freedom of thought, there can be no such thing as wisdom – and no such thing as […]

Government

A Bodyguard of Lies

July 13, 2021 0

A bunch of readers sent me a video on the Odysee platform that seems to have lit up the Internet over the weekend, a conversation between the international lawyer Reiner Fuellmich and a character named David Martin, […]

Commentary

The Lizard People Finally Went Too Far – Tom Woods

July 13, 2021 0

It’s incredible how dumb most political discussion in America is. Take a position on something and you’ll instantly be told that you “must be” a supporter of [insert name of politician]. I’m much too idiosyncratic, […]

Government

The Ice-Cream Flavor Next Time

July 6, 2021 0

A nation mesmerized by its own weakness wanly celebrated the long-ago and faraway memory of standing up for itself, while it passively endures the current orgy of tyrannical cancellation and suppression of anyone talking back […]

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