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Category Archives: Freedom
Just Trust the Government
Guest Post by Jeffrey A. Tucker Vladimir Putin has given an address to the Russian nation that urged his country to be patient with the current pain. He said he is working to restructure economic life to deal with the … Continue reading
Posted in Economy, Freedom, Government 12 Comments
We Must Ask Questions
To dare query or raise doubts about the news that is being beamed out, day and night, can cast you on the route to ridicule, criticism or condemnation. If you just express reservations about the narrative, that gets you labelled … Continue reading
Posted in Covid, Freedom, War 5 Comments
The Preferential Voting System
Australia has a Preferential Voting System. It is very important that every freedom-loving citizen votes correctly. Explain to those who don’t understand the system, how to number the preferences.
Posted in Elections, Freedom 6 Comments
Lessons From Communist Romania
The link to this video was originally posted in the Open Thread by Steve trickler.
Posted in Covid, Freedom, Government, The Great Reset Comments Off on Lessons From Communist Romania
Supporting the Protests for Freedom
He doesn’t wear the shoes of the fisherman. He doesn’t sit on the throne of Peter. He doesn’t have the title of pontiff. But he is a loyal Prince of the Church, speaking to the faithful during these troubled times.
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The Storm Is Coming
In the normal course of events, a virus would have done its rounds and departed. Not this one. Soon after it made its appearance, the world was turned upside down, and we were told it would just be two weeks … Continue reading
Posted in Covid, Economy, Freedom 7 Comments
History Is Us. There Is No Alternative.
If we wait for history to present us with freedom and other precious gifts, we risk waiting in vain. History is us—and there is no alternative but to shoulder the burden of what we so passionately desire and bear it … Continue reading
Posted in Freedom, Government 5 Comments
The Battle Against the Tyrants
During the past two years, the saner sections of the human race have been comparing the powers used by their governments, to a period in the last century; that of the dictatorial regime in Nazi Germany between the 1930s and … Continue reading
Posted in Covid, Freedom 4 Comments
The Milgram Experiment: How Would You Respond?
In the 1960s, Stanley Milgram, a Yale psychologist, conducted experiments on destructive obedience to authority. The aim of the experiment was to understand the extent to which people would be prepared to obey an instruction, if it involved harming another … Continue reading
Posted in Ethics, Freedom, Life 3 Comments
A Small Act of Defiance
Real life accounts of people who have bravely stood up against injustice are inspiring. Whether it is from the past or from the present, I have found these narratives of interest as they put my own life’s experiences into perspective. … Continue reading
Posted in Faith, Freedom 6 Comments
Which Would You Rather Be: Fed or Free?
Last month, in her speech at The Democracy Fund event, Dr Julie Ponesse posed some questions to her audience: How free do you feel? Raise your hand up if you felt more free 2 years ago? How about 10 years … Continue reading
Posted in Covid, Freedom 9 Comments
What Can I Do?
Let’s go back in time, a few years. Say, it is 2015, right now. There are topics to discuss, problems to be concerned about, and politicians to be critical of. But, it’s okay. I am reading the Cat blog and … Continue reading
Posted in Freedom, Unity 11 Comments
Compliance Is Not a Virtue
In September this year, Dr Julie Ponesse, Ethics Professor at Huron College at the University of Western Ontario, was dismissed after 20 years in her job. She lost her teaching position for questioning and refusing to comply with her employer’s … Continue reading
Posted in Covid, Ethics, Freedom 4 Comments
Something Doesn’t Add Up
During his homily at the Church of the Epiphany, Fr. Thomas Dufner spoke out against the totalitarian COVID-19 vaccine mandates. ‘The Church stands for the family’ and the ‘rights of the individual,’ he said. We might be bullied into something … Continue reading
Posted in Covid, Freedom 3 Comments
“No One Grants Me Freedom, For I Am A Free Person”
This speech by Christine Anderson, a German politician and a Member of the European Parliament, was given at a press conference supporting the rights of workers against the mandatory Digital Certificate. Here is a transcript of the speech. “But it … Continue reading
Posted in Covid, Freedom 9 Comments