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Twitter Files Confirm Censorship of the Great Barrington Declaration

Phillip W. Magness and David Waugh (American Institute for Economic Research)

New Twitter CEO Elon Musk has released files showing that Twitter and other tech companies intentionally blacklisted, censored, and suppressed the Great Barrington Declaration and its signers in an effort to prop up the government’s official COVID narrative. READ MORE »

The Independent Review

“Virus and Leviathan”
Spring 2021

My Day at Yale: A Great University Turns Human Trafficker

Naomi R. Wolf (Outspoken with Dr. Naomi Wolf)

Yale—and it is not alone—has mandated that its students, who are not at risk from Covid, get yet another medically risky booster. Why? Follow the money. Yale receives more from (you guessed it) HHS than it does from tuition. Naomi Wolf revisits her alma mater to object…and finds an eerie silence. READ MORE »
Tyranny & Misinformation in the COVID-19
Pandemic Crisis: Naomi Wolf Interviewed

Free Speech vs. Equal Rights: SCOTUS Weighs the Balance | Independent Outlook 48

The U.S. Supreme Court has been hearing oral arguments in a number of explosive cases, including the freedom of web designers to choose what version of marriage they will adorn through their work, plus cases dealing with Joe Biden’s executive order transferring student loan debt from borrowers to taxpayers, and Harvard’s race-based admissions policies. Plus more. WATCH NOW »

Who’s to Blame for the High Cost of Living?

Judy L. Shelton (Wall Street Journal)

Government. It paid people not to work (less supply) but to keep buying (high demand). The result: record high prices. And more government intervention by the Fed isn’t the answer. READ MORE »

Boom and Bust Banking

The Causes and Cures of the Great Recession

Edited by David Beckworth

New California Law Will Cripple Its $20 Billion Fast-Food Industry

Lee E. Ohanian (California on Your Mind)

California’s new fast-food law establishes a politically appointed council with unprecedented power to set worker wages, hours, and working conditions, essentially killing the franchise model. But unionized businesses—they are exempt. Of course. READ MORE »


Cooperation, Enterprise, and Human Action

By Robert P. Murphy

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