Narratives regarding COVID-19 are confusing, inconsistent, and often contradictory. Officials owe us accurate and clear explanations of the risks we face.
Young men enjoyed a raucous ‘Gym Lives Matter’ ‘brotest’ in the streets of Los Angeles, demanding that government officials reverse gym closures.
A second wave of the Wuhan virus in the U.S. raises questions about how positive cases are being determined, the validity of the case data, and what might be behind a potential padding of the numbers.
A Twitter spokesperson said in a statement that the president’s comments are “in violation of the Twitter Rules on Covid-19 misinformation.”
Researchers found that a mere 5 percent of individuals aged 14 to 24 reported it was the different flavors that attracted them to e-cigarettes
“You either believe the science or not,” he said. “You can’t insist that you believe in the science and then act contrary to science.”
We do not need government overreach in our schools over a virus we now realize through research has very little effect on our children.
Months of data indicate masking toddlers does not curb serious COVID cases, but it does inhibit critical interactions with children and adds considerable stress to lockdown-frazzled parents.
While policymakers toy with the idea of a second shutdown, the CDC is reporting a lower death rate even while COVID-19 cases are recently on the rise.
A combination of factors add up to make losses in long-term care facilities one of the largest disasters of the pandemic, leaving nursing homes and their residents exposed to COVID-19.
A new report offers new insight into just how much unelected bureaucrats have embraced Article 1 powers of legislating in the administrative state.
A new report from the conservative Competitive Enterprise Institute unveils how the nation’s premier health agencies have become distracted from their purpose.
Overwhelming surges in calls to crisis hotlines have sparked concerns over a looming mental health crisis that has long been already here.
Conventional wisdom fueled by the media is that the White House ignored the coronavirus threat in January and February. It is absolutely false.
While the world runs damage control on the Wuhan virus, CNN is praising China’s ‘model of control’ and parroting Chinese propaganda in a story that reads as though it were written by none other than dictator Xi Jinping.
Corporate media began reporting an increase in poison control center calls about household cleaners. The only problem? The increase started two months before Trump’s comments.
While the FDA and the CDC concentrated federal resources on hyping a fabricated epidemic of vaping, the nation sat vulnerable to pandemic.
Adhering to U.S. Centers for Disease Control recommendations and government directives are not partisan activities, despite media attempts to paint them as such.
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