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The Media Said Europe "Beat Back" Covid. But Now Lockdowns Loom Again

Health

Blog08/04/2020

The "experts" intend to keep locking populations down again and again until there's a vaccine. But what if there's no vaccine coming?

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When It Comes to Masks, There Is No "Settled Science"

Big GovernmentHealthSocialism

Blog07/28/2020

A survey of the research shows that the science of mask wearing is hardly "settled." And this up-in-the-air nature of it all is a reminder of how immoral it is to impose mandates on people, backed with state violence.

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Could the Economy Survive a W-Shaped Recovery?

Big GovernmentEconomic FreedomHealth

Blog07/17/2020

More threatened COVID lockdowns, and thus more bailouts and explosions of deficit spending, do not bode well for the global economy. 

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The False-Positive Panic over COVID-19

HealthMedia and Culture

Blog07/16/2020

False positives and false negatives remain a very large problem. Our current testing regime has alarmed the planet without contributing a health benefit.

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The COVID-19 Panic Shows Us Why Science Needs Skeptics

HealthMedia and CultureStrategy

Blog07/15/2020

Every major scientific advance challenged the “settled science” of its day and was often denounced as pernicious and false, even dangerous.

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US Trade Is Crippled by the American Government, Not the Chinese

Economic FreedomHealthPrice Controls

Blog07/13/2020

Our government is forever whining about, threatening against, high drug prices. Our pharmaceutical industry is “fighting” the Chinese in this economic “war” with both its hands tied behind its back.

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The Problem with Government "Contact Tracing"

Big GovernmentHealthTaxes and Spending

Blog06/29/2020

The government's plan for "contact tracing" to prevent the spread of COVID-19 relies on huge amounts of government spending, plus unproven science as to the nature of the disease.

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1918: A Study in How Disease Can Shape Public Policy

HealthU.S. History

Blog06/19/2020

Did the hardliners win at Versailles because the Americans were too weak with the flu to object? If so, it would be just one way that disease profoundly affected public policy in the wake of the 1918 flu.

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COVID-19 Lockdowns are Neither Necessary, nor Scientific, nor Helpful

Bureaucracy and RegulationHealth

Blog06/15/2020

What proponents of lockdowns mean by “follow the science” is that statements made by scientists should be accepted as axioms. An obvious problem exists when scientists make conflicting statements.

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The Flexner Report and Our Modern Medical Cartel

Bureaucracy and RegulationHealth

Blog06/10/2020

The medical profession has long employed the state to pad doctor salaries and influence. Before the Flexner Report, mechanics made more than doctors and the brightest students avoided the profession to enter the clergy.

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