Marco de Wit May 16, 2021

  free advertising for school choicepic.twitter.com/Bg6DO0hppr — Corey A. DeAngelis (@DeAngelisCorey) May 14, 2021      

Marco de Wit May 16, 2021

  Mainstream media ignores even this.   [THREAD] How does 🇮🇱 and its Lobby in 🇺🇸 ensure complete impunity for its crimes? How does the Israel Lobby work to control the media narrative on Palestine? I spent 5 months undercover in DC’s Israel Lobby – we made a documentary series all about it. What did […]

Marco de Wit May 16, 2021

  That’s how it goes!   Few More Items Knocked Off List Of Desirable Traits In Partner As Woman Turns Year Older https://t.co/fyJpsFQgEW pic.twitter.com/JY3zag3cyB — The Onion (@TheOnion) May 15, 2021        

Marco de Wit May 15, 2021

  Van Morrison is now Public Enemy no. 1.   pic.twitter.com/gqIG85qFUA — Henrik Palmgren 🇸🇪 🐗 🇺🇸 (Follow me on Gab) (@Henrik_Palmgren) May 14, 2021     Apparently some people think it's about them. Revealing I guess.https://t.co/0ogxLm9HeT — Henrik Palmgren 🇸🇪 🐗 🇺🇸 (Follow me on Gab) (@Henrik_Palmgren) May 14, 2021

Marco de Wit May 14, 2021

    😂😂pic.twitter.com/oBdJTkaFan — Fun Viral Vids 😊 (@Fun_Viral_Vids) May 13, 2021    

Marco de Wit May 14, 2021

  That is how it always starts.   It’s not just. It’s unjust. pic.twitter.com/eXWYzudTfi — sally (@sallyKP) May 13, 2021    

Marco de Wit May 13, 2021

  Unexpected 🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️ pic.twitter.com/cVE7JEXnsp — Fun Viral Vids 😊 (@Fun_Viral_Vids) May 10, 2021      

Marco de Wit May 13, 2021

  The first draft. An excerpt from The Rationalist Liberty Manifesto   Everybody knows about the law of supply and demand that determines the price. But what if the law could be divided into two and applied to non-market situations such as the Robinson Crusoe economics and exploitative relationships such as robbery and institutionalizes exploitation, […]

Marco de Wit May 12, 2021

    🤦‍♂️😂 pic.twitter.com/nBeYuXd7XV — Fun Viral Vids 😊 (@Fun_Viral_Vids) May 9, 2021    

Marco de Wit May 12, 2021

    The fourth-century Byzantine writer, Ammianus Marcellinus, drawing on reports from the first century B.C., tells us that the Celts (or Gauls, as the Romans called them) were fastidious, fair, and fierce: The Gauls are all exceedingly careful of cleanliness and neatness, nor in all the country… could any man or woman, however poor, […]