By Derrick Broze Derrick Broze reports on the thousands of nurses and teachers being fired around the United States for not submitting to vaxx mandates or vaxx passports. What can we do to prevent this loss of knowledge and experience? Can the Counter-Economy save these workers? Watch on Bitchute / Odysee / Rokfin / Minds / Hive / Flote ? Sources: The … [Read more...] about Thousands of Nurses and Teachers Fired – Can The Counter-Economy Save Them?
By Hunter Hastings and Murray Sabrin Entrepreneurs solve problems for customers. There are few problems bigger than the horribly perverse medical care system under which patients suffer in the US. The system has evolved over time, with the stimulus of bad decisions, bad actors, and bad incentives. Entrepreneurship can solve the system problem with specific actions at the … [Read more...] about A 7-Point Entrepreneurial Solution to the Medical Care Crisis
By Gary Galles A great deal of the coverage of the COVID-19 crisis has been apocalyptic. That is partly because “if it bleeds, it leads.” But it is also because some of the medical experts with media megaphones have put forward potentially catastrophic scenarios and drastic plans to deal with them, reinforced by assertions that the rest of us should “listen to the experts,” … [Read more...] about Why Central Planning by Medical Experts Will Lead to Disaster
By Mollie Williams Most people would pay little attention to an ambulance with a “For Sale” sign sitting on the side of the road. But when Phillip Truesdell spotted the ambulance, he saw a business opportunity. Over the past two years and with the help of his family, Truesdell has taken that ambulance and built a business, Legacy Medical Transport. Legacy is a … [Read more...] about This Entrepreneur Is Suing for the Right to Transport Hospital Patients Across State Lines
Op-Ed by John Klyczek Democratic presidential candidates, such as Elizabeth Warren, have pledged to fix the American education system by replacing privatized charter schools with “community schools” that incorporate “socioemotional-learning (SEL)” programs. These “Democratic” community schools, which teach “social skills” and “emotional competencies,” might sound like … [Read more...] about Community Schools Are Not the Antidote to Charter Schools