By Gor Mkrtchian Human life is given meaning and sustenance by various forms of community: the church, the nuclear family, the extended family, fraternal organizations, businesses, etc. But as the state has grown, civil society has shrunk. The state over the centuries has absorbed an increasing share of the resources, functions, and moral authority of these other … [Read more...] about The Family Fades as Governments Subsidize Daycares and Nursing Homes
By Barry Brownstein Dr. Michael Osterholm, a member of Joe Biden’s COVID-19 task force, calls for a nationwide 4-6 week lockdown. Another task force member, Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, has long favored lockdowns. In some states, store shelves have already been emptied again in anticipation of lockdowns. Yet, there are rays of hope. Dr. Vivek Murthy, a former U.S. surgeon … [Read more...] about Giving Thanks for Our Mutual Dependence
By The Conscious Resistance Derrick Broze explains why we should focus on communicating with our family and neighbors about the technocracy. We should also focus on the solutions we see, such as decentralization and localization. Watch on Minds / Flote / Bitchute / Odysee / Hive Visit the Freedom Cell Network HERE The Conscious Resistance Network is an … [Read more...] about Talk to Your Neighbors, Reject Authoritarianism!
By Max Gulker Residents of Berkshire County, the mostly rural far-western slice of Massachusetts where AIER makes its home, joke that Bostonians don’t know the final fifty miles of their state exists. Kudos to the Boston Globe, therefore, for gazing past Springfield and Amherst to tiny Housatonic–population just over one thousand–at the edge of that frontier. The … [Read more...] about Private Enterprise Fuels the Community
By Kira English People often assume that government welfare programs provide the resources and safety net that local communities cannot. But in the early- and mid-20th century, systemic racism often meant that African American communities were excluded from government welfare programs. In the face of this injustice, we see numerous examples of communities stepping up to take … [Read more...] about When Government Fails, Communities Take Care of Themselves