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On lockdowns

By Raoul Pop on Nov 28, 2020 in: Thoughts, freedom, society

As more lockdowns are enforced in various countries all around the world, I thought I’d lay down my mixed feelings about them. I realize they destroy small businesses and they obliterate the hospitality industry. We own a small business. Thankf...

I’ve been using Duck Duck Go instead of Google search for years and don’t regret it. There are less ads and the search results include more diverse sources – plus I don’t get trapped in Google’s filter bubble. Over at No...

Navigating the world can be challenging for able-bodied people, those in wheelchairs have it even harder. It doesn’t have to be this way. New buildings have to meet certain accessibility requirements which means that visiting places will only g...

There are some on the right who refuse to wear a mask to help stop the coronavirus. They say it's their right to refuse to wear a mask, because a mask requirement impinges on their freedom.They are wrong. Refusing to wear a mask doesn't mean you are...

Since 2014 an innovate research team has been looking into major news events in a way never done before, that team is known as Bellingcat. Bellingcat is comprised of volunteers (and a small paid staff) which use social media and other publicly availa...

Edward Snowden risked his life and freedom to bring to the world’s attention that the American government illegal (and unethically) spies on innocent people everywhere on the planet. Many Americans called Snowden a traitor and a liar. Now, the...

Different ways to think about freedom have different impacts on our society, with the debate over masks being one example.