Misinformation labels are instruments used to crush dissent of woke ideologies. Here's your daily news digest for 2 June 2023.

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Misinformation Is a Word We Use to Shut You Up ⋆ Brownstone Institute
To repress criticism of dicta and diktats, anti-liberals label criticism “misinformation” or “disinformation.”


Justice Harrison Inadvertently Highlights A Key Concern On The Voice
Opponents of the Voice to Parliament owe a profound debt to Justice Ian Harrison of the New South Wales Supreme Court, for sending an email in May to Pat Conaghan MP in which he described the latter’s comments in Parliament regarding the Voice as ‘disgusting’, paternalistic, and racist.
Ben Roberts-Smith loses defamation case against newspapers that accused him of war crimes – video
The ruling came after a dramatic year long defamation trial against the Age, the Sydney Morning Herald and the Canberra Times
The tragedy of modern Australian ecology experts
The tragedy of modern Australian ecology experts. By David Evans. This post consists of excerpts from Vic Jurskis’s book, Firestick Ecology: Fairdinkum Science in Plain English. The excerpts …


China’s CCP: World’s Most Dangerous Transnational Criminal Organization
What is the world’s largest transnational criminal organization? At 96.7 million members, it is the Communist Party of China. Beijing’s primary goal is rule — not domination — of Planet Earth and the near parts of the solar system. This expansive Chinese
Zimbabwean activists seek reparations from US
A Zimbabwean anti-sanctions group has filed a court case seeking reparations from the US
How Tokyo crushed the Nimbys
Property ownership is not a religion

Business, Finance & Investment

The poor are being priced out of the sky
The eco-elites want flying to be the preserve of rich, ‘cultured’ people like them.
Reimagining the 60/40 Portfolio for Today’s Market
Amid uncertain economic times, a new allocation for the 60/40 portfolio may help investors target higher risk-adjusted returns.


NYC Law Promotes ‘Fat Pride’ and ‘Size Freedom’
In his works on rhetoric, Aristotle said that a speaker can hope to persuade his audience only if the message is underpinned by logos, an appeal to reason; pathos, an appeal to emotions; and, above all, ethos, the appeal that derives from the speaker…
The Death Of Jordan Neely: Why Vigilantes Are A Good Thing - Alt-Market.us
By Brandon Smith In November of 2021 the political left was frothing at the mouth in anticipation of the verdict…
‘Failed Progressive Utopia’: Oakland Residents Demand City Act on Crime
Oakland, CA, residents demanded city officials act on crime, with one resident saying they are the “victims of a failed progressive utopia.”

Crypto & Blockchain

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Binance Says ‘Reevaluating’ Roles After Report of Layoffs
A report by independent journalist Colin Wu suggested sizable layoffs at the crypto exchange have already begun.
Is XRP About To Rally? Crypto Analytics Firm Santiment Says One Metric Is Flashing a Historically Bullish Signal - The Daily Hodl
Crypto analytics platform Santiment says that a bullish XRP signal, which preceded a huge rally in March, is once again flashing.


The incidence of loans for graduate education - Marginal REVOLUTION
In 2006, the federal government effectively uncapped student borrowing for graduate programs with the introduction of the Graduate PLUS loan program. Access to additional federal loans increased graduate students’ borrowing and shifted the composition of their loans from private to federal debt. How…

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