George Will and the Editorial Board of the Wall Street Journal each writes on the sheer lunacy of some of Seattle’s political “leaders.”
Mark Perry asks a question that ought to be put to every protectionist.
David Henderson Says what should be, but isn’t, obvious to every adult.
Juliette Sellgren talks with the Cato Institute’s Scott Lincicome.
Writing at Reason, Max Gulker exposes the foolishness of Joe Biden’s scheme for a national “supply commander.”
Tory MP Mark Harper, writing in The Telegraph and perhaps inspired by Roger Koppl’s Expert Failure, decries the narrow range of “experts” on whose advice rests the U.K.’s Covid-19 lockdowns. A slice:
Lockdowns and restrictions cost lives, whether in undiagnosed cancer treatments, deteriorating mental health and missed A&E appointments – not to mention the impact they have on young people’s education, job prospects and our soaring debts.
Eric Faden asks us to “Take a guess which one the media is focused on as a COVID policy ‘failure’:
Jeffrey Tucker reports on research, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, that powerfully calls into question the notion that lockdowns and other nonpharmaceutical interventions prevent the spread of Covid-19.