Happy Thanksgiving! To our fellow Kentuckians and friends across our great nation, Rand and I wish you an abundant Thanksgiving with those you love. We are truly grateful for your support, encouragement and friendship! pic.twitter.com/1r73DSRWCd — Kelley Paul (@KelleyAshbyPaul) November 25, 2021 The post Happy Thanksgiving! appeared first on Liberty Tree.
Austria is breaking new ground in Covid authoritarianism. This week the government announced that it would make vaccinations compulsory – with refusers facing fines that can eventually be converted into prison sentences. This is a wildly authoritarian move, and a dangerous blow to bodily autonomy. Over the past two years, liberal democracies the world over
The Campus Left Tries To Devour Thanksgiving Authored by Ophelie Jacobson via CampusReform.org, On this week’s special edition of the Campus Countdown, Campus Reform Reporter Ophelie Jacobson breaks down some of the Left’s latest attempts at cancelling Thanksgiving. Back in 2018, the McQuade Library at Merrimack College in North Andover, Massachusetts, referred to Thanksgiving as a “#NationalDayOfMourning.” In 2020, a student
Social Security Steams Closer To Crisis Authored by Brian McGlinchey via Stark Realities, At a time when President Biden and congressional Democrats are pushing to expand the breadth of entitlements to include free preschool and subsidized child care, little attention is given to the fact that the country’s biggest existing entitlement program—Social Security—is a financial wreck.
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President Joe Biden wants to tap the strategic reserve to help gas prices. That does nothing for all the other inflation Americans are suffering through.
“Some Americans,” Thomas Sowell wrote, “will never appreciate America, until after they have helped destroy it, and have then begun to suffer the consequences.” “Ingratitude,” psychology professor Robert Emmons observes, in his book Thanks: How Practicing Gratitude Can Make You Happier, “leads inevitably to a confining, restricting and ‘shrinking’ sense of self. Emotions such as anger, resentment, envy
The time of divine revelation as the path to knowledge and truth is behind us, at least in the Western world. The scientific revolution saw to that. Be that as it may, many people still equate truth with whatever strong beliefs they hold. I am sure you have heard that 97% of scientists agree —
“You can see the seeds of our own origins as a people,” Stepman said, on this Thanksgiviging episode of The Federalist Radio Hour.
The Pilgrims didn’t bring ‘genocide’ to America. They barely brought themselves, with half of their company dying that first winter, in 1620-21.