Guerrilla Capitalism: A Lesson in (black) American History

By Matthew Thomas Published: May 5, 2022 Noon EST (4 minute read) Before Rosa Parks, there was Claudette Colvin. Parks and Colvin were the first women to oppose segregated seating on the city-owned bus line in Montgomery, Alabama. The maltreatment experienced by these women spawned a citywide, and then nationwide protest against the lack of […]

Government Cronyism in Big Business

By Olivia Murray Published: February 8, 2022 Noon EST (2 minute read) During an interview in the spring of 2021, Anthony Fauci admitted to “collaborating” with the Chinese on gain-of-function research involving coronaviruses. A top official at the National Institute of Health affirmed that the research had involved bats, occurred in Wuhan, and was shrouded […]

Big Pharma Identifies Their Target: Our Children

By Olivia Murray Published: November 9, 2021 Noon EST (3 minute read) By our own complacency, the American public has bought into the lies of politicians and bureaucrats, believing they are our friends, and are motivated by what is best for us. However, that could not be less true, and we aren’t even their primary […]

How Contagious is the Freedom Flu?

By Olivia Murray Published: October 12, 2021 Noon EST (2 minute read) Over the last few days, Southwest Airlines cancelled more than 2,000 flights, causing massive travel disruptions across the U.S.  The company quickly issued a statement, citing “ATC [Air Traffic Control] issues and disruptive weather” as the reasons for the disarray. However, this version […]