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Make No Mistake: Programmable Digital Currencies Are Weaponizable Money

Make No Mistake: Programmable Digital Currencies Are Weaponizable Money

Peter C. Earle  . Earlier this year, China began to roll out a project that had long been in the works––a digital version of its currency, the yuan, is now being used in four Chinese cities. The Chinese government sees two major potential benefits to the experiment: a tangible challenge to the U.S. dollar’s global ubiquity, and […]

Lockdowns and the Natural Order

Lockdowns and the Natural Order

Ethan Yang  The year is 1535 and Saint Thomas More is on trial for high treason for refusing to acknowledge the legitimacy of King Henry VIII in an ongoing feud with the Catholic Church. More posed a now-famous question to the jury that roughly goes as follows:  “Some men say the earth is flat. Some men say the […]

Lockdown, Labor Laws, and the Digital Economy

Lockdown, Labor Laws, and the Digital Economy

Ethan Yang  It doesn’t take a background in economics or public policy to know that the economy is changing and so too is the future of work. Covid-19 and the lockdowns that followed have accelerated society’s transition to the digital economy while highlighting the gross incompetencies that are inherent to our current regulatory apparatus. During […]

Pathogens in One Lesson, Courtesy of Sunetra Gupta

Pathogens in One Lesson, Courtesy of Sunetra Gupta

Jeffrey A. Tucker . Early last year, it became obvious that knowledge about viruses and society – we need urgently to think differently about this subject! – would remain at a premium for a while. It would be difficult to write about terrible policies without some capacity for countering disease panic.  This was because the […]

Where’s Dr. Fauci As Another Corona-Myth Dies?

Where’s Dr. Fauci As Another Corona-Myth Dies?

John Tamny  For over a year well-to-do Americans have quite literally been “quarantining” packages shipped to them,  and that were dropped off at their residences by “science-denying” untouchables who lacked the means to similarly “shelter-in-place.” The package-terrified have usually waited 48 hours before handling said box and contents.   What about the Clorox wipes that were […]

Vaccine Passports vs. Freedom Itself

Vaccine Passports vs. Freedom Itself

Paul E. Alexander To reject the creeping totalitarianism and dictatorship is the lifeblood of all freedom-loving individuals across the world. Those under despotic control yearn for freedom. We need only to look at the failing state of Hong Kong, where once freedom reigned and commerce enjoyed an unprecedented expansion of wealth and enviable quality of […]

The Free World Died of Covid-19

The Free World Died of Covid-19

Jordan Schachtel As someone with a background in foreign policy and international affairs, I am often asked to discuss the ramifications of having Joe Biden as the so-called leader of the Free World. While it is easy to get carried away debating the merits of a heavily compromised man being the physical representation of the […]

The Damage of Lockdowns to Young People

The Damage of Lockdowns to Young People

Ethan Yang  In a previous article, I outlined the biological and cultural reasons why young people, mostly referring to those under the age of 30, are particularly vulnerable to the isolation as well as lifestyle disruptions brought about by lockdowns. This article will highlight some of the real damage that has been caused by such policies. […]

Another Covid Myth Dies the Death

Another Covid Myth Dies the Death

Jeffrey A. TuckerGoing to the grocery store in Massachusetts in 2020 guaranteed you would breathe heaps of sanitizer. A full-time employee scrubbed down shopping carts between customers. Conveyor belts at the checkout counter were blasted and wiped between every sale. Glass surfaces were sprayed as often as possible. The plastic keypads on credit machines were […]

The Dangers of Masks

The Dangers of Masks

Paul E. Alexander  This is a public health warning to the US population and elsewhere, as it appears that our public health agencies and television medical experts seem unable to address key health messages that could have a dramatic effect in reducing risk of severe sequelae in higher-risk populations such as the minority and African-American […]