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2020 called, it wants its chaotic public health policy back

Think back to where you were two years ago today. For me, I was in Trakai, Lithuania. It was Day 4 of our 10th annual Sovereign Academy entrepreneurship camp. My dear friends Bill and Marco were giving a joint lecture to the students on hiring, firing, and building culture within a business. Craig

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China’s ‘Social Credit’ system has arrived to America

As a journalist in China, Liu Hu was no stranger to punishment. For reporting on corruption among government officials, Hu was arrested, accused of “fabricating and spreading rumours,” and fined. But then one day in 2017 he suddenly found that he was unable to buy a plane ticket. The system just rejected him.

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Vague and Subjective “Long Covid” is Now an Official Disability

Are you ready for this week’s absurdity? Here’s our Friday roll-up of the most ridiculous stories from around the world that are threats to your liberty, risks to your prosperity… and on occasion, inspiring poetic justice. “Long Covid” Can Now Qualify as a Disability The White House issued a lengthy statement this week,

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Most so-called ‘Socialists’ know nothing about Socialism

By the summer of 1849, Karl Marx was still an obscure writer struggling to make an impact. He had published The Communist Manifesto— a short, 23-page pamphlet– the previous year in 1848. But as yet it had failed to catch on. Marx was operating a fledgling newspaper in Germany at the time. But

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UK to issue ‘vaccine passports’ to people in the PLACEBO group

Are you ready for this week’s absurdity? Here’s our Friday roll-up of the most ridiculous stories from around the world that are threats to your liberty, risks to your prosperity… and on occasion, inspiring poetic justice. UK to issue vaccine passports to people in the PLACEBO group Britain’s “vaccine minister” (yes I’m serious)

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Why Warren Buffett may be wrong about America’s future

Nearly every year in his annual Berkshire Hathaway shareholder letters, Warren Buffett spends a few pages talking about the dynamism of the American economy. His message is clear: the United States has faced adversity before. It will again. But America always prevails and you should never bet against it. That theme has certainly

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Some clear thinking on the #defund-the-police movement

In May 1969, at the height of America’s involvement in Vietnam, the US military declared victory in the Battle of Hamburger Hill. The Army had lost only 50 soldiers and killed about 600 Viet Cong in the process of taking the remote hilltop. But US journalists questioned the importance of the victory: what

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