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March 15, 2021

The Gradual Return of Good Sense

President Biden made a statement last week that Americans might be able to gather in small groups by July 4,…

March 11, 2021

The Lego Movie Isn’t Really about Freedom

The first time I saw The Lego Movie (2014) I interpreted it as a soaring hymn to creative entrepreneurship and…

March 9, 2021

The Entrenchment of Lockdown Denialism

Daniela Lamas, a critical care doctor at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, has written a terrifying article in the Washington Post.…

March 8, 2021

The Collapse of Trust in Public Health

  Maybe you have noticed the rise in public incredulity toward the coronavirus narrative that you hear all day from…

March 5, 2021

China’s Role in Global Lockdowns: The Smoking Gun

This time last year, Americans were blindsided by a shocking policy to shut down the US economy to control a…

March 5, 2021

The Emancipation of Texas

My family moved to Texas from Massachusetts in 1830, six years before Texas became an independent nation. I should say…

March 2, 2021

Lockdowns Could Reshape American Politics for a Generation, or Several

Lockdowns or not? That’s been the primary question for social, economic, and political organizations for the past year. It’s a…

February 23, 2021

How Does All of This End?

There is a sense in the air that the pandemic is winding down, and the toxic culture of division, fear,…

February 20, 2021

Covid Cases, like Political Careers, are Dropping Like Rocks

New York governor Andrew Cuomo, who bears so much responsibility for the state of his windswept state, last year wrote…

February 18, 2021

Lockdowns and the Texas Power Disaster

Texas is right now consumed in debate over the question of how the catastrophic power and water outages could have…