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June 5, 2020

Why Does the New York Times Brazenly Deny the Obvious?

Don’t laugh derisively, as people do these days, but I’ve always admired the New York Times. First draft of history.…

June 3, 2020

Looters, Lockdowners, and the Law

“Coronavirus hasn’t been a thing since Friday,” said a friend. “The new story is racism.” Following American media culture can…

May 30, 2020

Delayed Medical Procedures: Stories from the Front Lines

Last month, there was a bit of a chill in my right molar. My left molar was already capped after…

May 27, 2020

Will the Politicians Admit Their Lockdown Mistake?

See if you can make sense of the following transcript of an interview with Donald Trump on the lockdown, as…

May 26, 2020

The 2007 Origins of Forced School Closings and Mandatory Human Separation

The idea of a full lockdown of society in the event of a pandemic first emerged as an extremist proposal…

May 24, 2020

America Is Opening. It Never Should Have Shut Down

I wanted to celebrate the opening day of breweries in Connecticut. But it was hardly that. Open means freedom of…

May 22, 2020

Lockdown Suicide Data Reveal Predictable Tragedy

On March 28, the American Institute for Economic Research ran a terrifying article that didn’t receive the attention it deserved,…

May 21, 2020

Pandemics and the Liberal Path

The record shows that the global economy collapsed not because of the COVID-19 pandemic but because governments around the world,…

May 19, 2020

Did the Lockdown Save Lives?

For two to three months, Americans have suffered the loss of liberty, security, and prosperity in the name of virus…

May 15, 2020

The 2006 Origins of the Lockdown Idea

Now begins the grand effort, on display in thousands of articles and news broadcasts daily, somehow to normalize the lockdown…