A tech video that, 4:50 in, discusses an antitrust case against Apple, Inc., and its possible consequences not only for Apple, but also for its customers, and even for (!?!?) Android users.
The mystery of the Mid-East deepens when you realize how duplicitous are U.S. allies. Here is a scholar at Cato making a good case for how unreliable Qatar and the Sauds are.
Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks, has been holed up in London at the Ecuadorian Embassy. For a long, long time. But his days there are numbered. And the story got way more convoluted. Here we have an update on the situation from the always colorful, often trenchant YouTuber Styxhexenhammer666 — and
The Prager University’s videos are many and varied. Have you seen them? Here are three examples. The first is from Antonia Okafor, who supports the right to bear arms: And here is a more recent video, about “your right to health care”: Prager U is the project of conservative columnist
Economists have long argued against socialism, with expert work from eminent figures such as Fredéric Bastiat, Eugen von Böhm-Bawerk, Yves Guyot, Ludwig von Mises and F. A. Hayek. But the meaning of that work has often been disputed. This tells an interesting story of keeping today’s economists’ feet to the
John Stossel handles a perennial topic, with his usual incisiveness: Johann Norberg’s documentary on the subject:
Jennifer Lawrence urges voters to “Vote No on All 3 Memphis Charter Questions”: See also: Daily Memphian: Not No, But Hell No Save Instant Runoff Voting Memphis Independent Voter Network: Jennifer Lawrence Warns Memphis Voters: “You’re About to be Blindsided by Your Own Government” Common Sense: Intentionally Confounding Incumbents Commercial
President Trump is right about Soros, Germany shows a disturbing lack of respect for self-defense, and, yes, the academic ‘“Studies” Studies’ Left is wackadoo crazy.
Last week your Common Sense correspondent was in Italy sharing perspectives on a freer future at the 2018 Global Forum on Direct Democracy: And here he is giving a short talk on the struggles of the citizens of Nashville: The two videos from the second day of the
So there is the Kavanaugh Supreme Court nomination Senate hearings. The big news is about the charges of sexual assault. Of course. And it is not just about the Christine Blasey Ford accusation: there are even more bizarre charges against the judge. But the biggest story probably should be not
The latest revelations from Project Veritas:
Carl ”Sargon of Akkad” Benjamin and Mark “Count Dankula” Meechan clean up as they get involved in UKIP and in the European Parliament: Each has quite a backstory, which you should look up if you haven’t encountered before. Also, Carl Benjamin just put this up onto YouTube: