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Vaccinate or Else says Charlottesville Government

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While the federal or state governments won’t be able to mandate your vaccination for Covid-19, there is a powerful force that could do the government’s bidding — your employer.

Case-in-point? It’s actually a governmental employer, as the city of Charlottesville, Va. is sending out a notice of consequences for those who dare to not get vaccinated and still want to work for the city. That’s right, just as we predicated months ago on Critical Thinking, we are going to see employers start to put pressure on people to get vaccinated as a condition of employment and all the perks of said employment.

This isn’t just a Covid-19 trend either, as we are seeing employers demanding all sorts of leftist ideology as condition of working and employment. We’ve famously seen Coca-Cola mandating critical race theory training, telling employees to “be less white,” and more.

In the case of Charlottesville, they are telling those that don’t get vaccinated that they must continue to wear a mask while on city property and during any interaction with the general public. Those that get vaccinated won’t have to worry about masks.

There’s more, but you can see that in the highlight from our show earlier this week:

Find our highlight of the day on our Rumble page too.

Don’t forget, you can see this show every weekday by becoming a Critical Thinker on our Locals page. Subscribe today ($5 a month) and find the video version of the show for your viewing pleasure.

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A New Era for Critical Thinking

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Yes, my fine friends, it has been awhile since we were together here on the website. But, I’ve been working behind the scenes on some changes, which you will have already noticed. More importantly, I’ve been working hard on a new era for the Critical Thinking show.

So, please check out the video for more information.

I’ll see you on the #6thAt6 for the new era of Critical Thinking, with Pat Oney and myself coming to you every single weekday.

At first, the show will be audio only, but in the coming weeks and months you will find the show in the video format as well, at our exclusive video home, the Critical Thinking community at Locals.com.

Of course, you can listen to the show live at 6pm ET on MoJo 5.0 Radio and you can find the podcast at places like Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify and many other locations as well.

We hope you’ll come along for the ride of a lifetime, as we move from a single weekend show to a brand new home at 6pm ET every Monday through Friday!

So, get prepared for a whole lot more Critical Thinking in your lives.

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Critical Thinking Ep. 2: Do the kids understand socialism?

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Socialism is all the rage in the Millenial and Gen-Z crowds. But, do these kids really understand what socialism is all about?

Welcome in to Episode 2 of my weekly radio show at MoJo 5.0 Radio airing every Saturday at 5pm CT. Coming to you this weekend on the heels of Independence Day, I thought it important to set our battle of freedom vs. socialism up.

So, I’ve introduced Part 1 of my Socialism Sucks series, which began airing on YouTube a few months ago and only got a few episodes in. It all starts by defining the terms, because you can’t talk about something you can’t even define.

This episode will talk about Independence Day myths, journalists picking which of their lives actually matter and I’ll update you on the crisis on our Southern Border. Yes, AOC and her ilk continue to lie and make things worse down there. Why is it happening and how can we combat that?

Well, I propose a few solutions to the issue.

Don’t forget you can get the show on your favorite podcasting apps, including Radio Public, Spreaker, Stitcher and Apple Podcasts.

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