COVID created a nation of homeschooling parents. We fully understand that for many families, this has been difficult. It also presents new opportunities for parents to teach kids lessons in civics and actual history, as opposed to teachers unions’ slanted and revised history.
Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano said Friday that Americans are increasingly falling for “the illusion of safety” and are forgetting “the idea of liberty.”
The Coronavirus and its associated restrictions have been a great challenge to our civil liberties. We must remain vigilant against the virus, but we also must safeguard our freedoms against some governors and local officials who find the virus a great opportunity to commit tyranny. This piece by two medical experts helps draw the line between reclaiming our liberty and securing our safety.
3/6: In an interview, ACRU Policy Board member and Professor of Economics Dr. Walter E Williams explains how our freedoms can be used against us.
The bottom line is that it takes a bold person to be for personal liberty, because you have to be able to cope with people saying things and engaging in voluntary acts that you deem offensive.