Another Pride Month full of celebrations all over the world has come and gone. If not for the FDA, there would’ve been hundreds of thousands more people celebrating. Its role during the HIV/AIDS crisis of the 1980s was one of obstruction: simply put, the FDA made it harder for pharmaceutical companies to develop and market […]
Al-Qaeda’s terrorist attack on September 11, 2001, sought to secure the free world into giving up its freedom. The terrorists largely failed; the free world is resilient, after all. But here we are, more than 20 years later, and the Transportation Security Administration not only still exists but is still enacting its “security theater,” needlessly […]
Over the past 4 Thursdays, we’ve highlighted some of the most original and prolific writers in the history of economic and political thought. Ayn Rand, Frederic Bastiat, Thomas Sowell, and Lysander Spooner inspired us all and helped lay the foundation for the modern liberty movement. But today is not an ordinary Thursday. In the United […]
As debate rages around vaccine passports and vaccine mandates, libertarians and freedom-minded people are wondering where to stand and what to believe. Is there justification for government mandates? Can governments round people up and force them to get vaccinated? What rights and choices do individuals have during the Covid-19 pandemic? This video seeks to contextualize those questions.
Few businesses have been so impacted by the pandemic as cinemas and movie theaters. Think about the last time you watched a movie in a room filled with people; this is an image from a distant past, and although things are getting back to normal, the movie industry has been affected in a way not seen before.
Five people share their true stories. We interviewed 5 people about their experiences of being under lockdown in Brazil, Nigeria, Greece, India, and the United States. This video tells some of their stories and ideas of how extreme measures have been used by governments everywhere to contain the pandemic – and how much it has […]