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October 20, 2020

The World Health Organization in 2011 Warned Against a “Culture of Fear”

A fine feature of the decentralized network of anti-lockdown Twitter is that it turns up fantastic bits of research that…

October 10, 2020

An Attempted Media Sandbag: My Experience

I’ve got a day job but try to fit in podcasts and television when possible. I don’t always pay super…

October 2, 2020

George Melloan, a Giant at the Wall Street Journal, Has Died

George Melloan, who died last week at the age of 92, wrote his last column for the Wall Street Journal…

October 1, 2020

Lockdown: The New Totalitarianism

Every political ideology has three elements: a vision of hell with an enemy that needs to be crushed, a vision…

September 27, 2020

Emancipation From Lockdown in Florida

Governor Ron DeSantis has proven it: it is actually possible for a politician to wise up and do the right…

September 23, 2020

Top Twenty Lessons I’ve Learned in 2020

This year has been a shock. Here is an early sketch of what I think I’ve learned.  Governments are fully…

September 22, 2020

Liberty or Lockdown

I’m very pleased to announce that my book Liberty or Lockdown is now available at Amazon. It includes a foreword…

September 20, 2020

Should Scott Atlas Sue His Detractors?

Former Stanford professor and now White House advisor Scott Atlas has positioned himself against lockdowns and for widespread reopening of…

September 18, 2020

In this Red Dawn, Who Invaded Whom?

The gigantic mess of 2020 called lockdown began with an email thread called Red Dawn, based on the old movie…

September 13, 2020

In a War on Restaurants, Media Tout the Lockdown Narrative

Just when the fear starts to subside, and growing public skepticism seems to push governors into opening, something predictable happens.…