Power-hungry elites seek to destroy Scott Atlas because he and the scientific coalition he represents makes it clear that these public health emperors may have plenty of masks, but no clothes.
Democrats are bitterly clinging to a myth that if only someone else had been president, the pandemic would have passed over the United States as if by some divine mark of virtue.
COVID has clearly been devastating. But our reaction has turned a bad pandemic into an unrivaled self-inflicted national disaster.
The Atlantic doesn’t understand self-government or those who support personal responsibility, so they simply call Trump supporters racist.
No matter how strictly mask laws are enforced nor the level of mask compliance the population follows, cases all fall and rise around the same time.
Losing our civil liberties at the expense of our children’s education isn’t worth it when we know those at genuinely at risk aren’t likely to be at school.
We need a lives-for-lives analysis of the public health costs of the Democrats’ lockdowns.
Freaking out about ‘herd immunity’ looks like a smear campaign designed to prevent Americans, including the president, from hearing the scientific case against the lockdowns.
Odds are, the growing public opposition to the lockdowns, and news of a return to normal in places like Sweden, made WHO’s support for the measures untenable.
While left-leaning media and pundits claim that evidence and science guide their decisions, the Great Barrington Declaration proves their ignorance and dishonesty.
‘Everything he says is false,’ NBC News quoted CDC Director Robert Redfield as saying of Atlas. That’s just not true, top epidemiologists told The Federalist.
West Virginia University shut down campus and canceled student activities, but greenlighted football games and refused to issue tuition.
Mandatory masking policies stifle the American spirit and are segueing us right into mandated COVID-19 vaccines.
Strictly speaking, children are not completely immune to infection, but they are indeed ‘almost immune.’ Most definitely, children are highly resistant to illness and death from COVID-19.
The Supreme Court has no excuse for allowing Nevada officials to use a public health crisis to fill poker tables while emptying pews.
People who resist COVID-19 restrictions are often accused of being selfish and caring only about their own freedom, but their concerns are deeper than that.
We all want to get back to normal, but that will only happen with the virus under control. Controlling the virus, however, requires personal responsibility.
An economic rebound ‘is my big worry,’ a former Obama official told Politico, who said the ‘level of concern’ was ‘high, high, high, high’ among party leaders.
A rise in cases without a matching increase in deaths is something we should celebrate, not least because it likely protects vulnerable people from death due to rising immunity.
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