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A Helpless People, Weary and Traumatised

Thomas Harrington: Brownstone Institute. When most people hear the terms “shock and awe” and “full spectrum dominance” they probably think—if they think about them at all—of the early moments of the premeditated US destruction of Iraq and the ever-smug grin… Continue Reading →

Germophobes to the Left and Right

Steve Templeton: Brownstone Institute. With the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic hopefully waning, it will be time for many to take a step back and assess the collateral damage. And there is, and is going to be, a lot of it. With two years of… Continue Reading →

Control Your Soul’s Desire For Freedom: The China Model Unravels in Shanghai 

Jeffrey A. Tucker: The Brownstone Institute. At the end of the Cold War, the end-of-history theory was that every country in the world that desired prosperity and progress would necessarily have to embrace both economic liberty and political democracy. You… Continue Reading →

Public Health Erred on the Side of Catastrophe

By Brian McGlinchey: Brownstone Institute. Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, proponents of lockdowns, shelter-in-place orders, mask mandates and other coercive government interventions have characterized these measures as benevolently “erring on the side of caution.”  Now, as the grim toll of those… Continue Reading →

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