107. Who Was Zora Neal Hurston?

History is filled with examples of courageous heroes who have defended liberty and stood up for what was right even when they faced great opposition. Today, Connor and Brittany talk about Zora Neal Hurston, one of the first female libertarians who helped pave the way for the movement we have today.

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On Vaccination and Free Will

There are millions of people who’ve decided to get the Covid-19 vaccine. Perhaps they have pre-existing conditions that increase their chances of suffering complications from the virus. Maybe they’re in close contact with someone elderly. Or they could just be fed up, ready for the lockdowns to end. Regardless of their reasoning, I respect the autonomy of my neighbors to make their own decisions—whether or not I agree with them. Free will is important, especially in matters of our personal health. But what happens when you flip that coin… in other words, when someone declines not to inject themselves with a certain vaccine, or take a certain medication? The past few months have given us the answer: ridicule, propaganda, and exclusion. The online mob, the mainstream media, and even our politicians are quick to demonize those who aren’t falling in line. And that’s not just for us regular folks…Even rockstars

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