The fascination many young people have with socialism represents an understandable misunderstanding of injustice and its remedies. How can we stem the tide of socialism’s popularity with young people?
Not that long ago, young people cheered this era’s greatest champion of liberty, Dr. Ron Paul, and his ideas of no income tax and an end to foreign wars. Thousands of young people on college campuses found liberty, not collectivism, exhilarating, and they shouted “End the Fed.” But this political season, the complete socialization of medical care, “Medicare for All,” is perhaps the most effective tool used by demagogues to lure the support of the young. Is it possible to draw young people away from these chilling ideas, and lead them to embrace liberty?
TULSA, Okla. – A woman who operated a Tulsa spa was indicted on charges related to the use of prescription drugs purchased from unauthorized sources from November 2012 to April 2018, announced U.S. Attorney Trent Shores Friday. A federal grand jury returned the indictment charging Elisa Kaye Sanders, 60, of Tulsa, with two counts of mail fraud and 13 counts of wire fraud.
Project Veritas provides this on-the-record interview with Google Sr. Engineer Greg Coppola following a series of insider Google reports, including internal Google documents which exposed political bias, “algorithmic unfairness,” and the use of “blacklists” at YouTube.
Coppola works on artificial intelligence and the Google Assistant:
In a feature story, The Federalist reporter Margot Cleveland reviews new records that expose efforts byspecial counsel attorney Andrew Weissmann to intimidate witnesses and to interfere in the attorney-client relationship of a cooperating witness. While this material is specific to the now textbook famous miscarriage of justice in the Enron Case, it raises the question: Are government attorneys above the law? If so; what is just about that?
President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania – 2018
As legacy media continues to fail nationwide, The Atlantic magazine publishes a powerful story from a survivor.
Austin Murphy declares, “I used to write for Sports Illustrated. Now I deliver packages for Amazon. There’s a certain novelty, after decades at a legacy media company, in playing for the team that’s winning big.” Continue reading →