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Ian Underwood

Ian Underwood has been a planetary scientist and artificial intelligence researcher for NASA, the director of the renowned Ask Dr. Math service, co-founder of Bardo Farm and Shaolin Rifleworks, and a popular speaker at liberty-related events. He lives in Croydon, New Hampshire.

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More From Gun Safety Guru Alec Baldwin

Alec Baldwin has a new safety recommendation for Hollywood: Every film/TV set that uses guns, fake or otherwise, should have a police officer on set, hired by the production, to specifically monitor weapons safety.

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The 535 Stooges

What’s wrong with this picture?  According to Fox News, Republican senators want to overturn Biden’s vaccine mandate for private employees, using something called the Congressional Review Act:

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The Accidental Marxist, Part 2

A former state representative responded to my recent post about the Marxist nature (those who have more, pay more, simply because they can) of many of our taxes.  He justified the existence of rate-based taxes by quoting a bank robber:

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A Reminder About Those Nondemic Numbers

As the CDC, the NIH, and other government agencies continue to churn out ‘data’ from ‘studies’ that support various claims about the COVID-19 nondemic, here’s something to keep in mind before paying attention to any of them:

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The Accidental Marxist

For more than 150 years, the principle From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs. has been identified by Karl Marx and other writers as ‘the basic principle of communism’.

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Fact Workers

I think I was in college when I saw Ted Koppel interview Ferdinand Marcos about some riots that were happening in the Philippines.  The interview began with some video of the riots, and then Koppel began to ask Marcos about his government’s response to them.  Marcos just looked at him blankly, and said:  ‘There were …

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