“Vaccine Mandates and the ‘Great Reset’” – “While the vaccinated in some countries are getting back some of their freedoms taken away by the covid interventions, the unvaccinated are not so well off. They are being targeted for discrimination,” writes Philipp Bagus in Mises Institute.
“The Bizarre Refusal to Apply Cost-Benefit Analysis to Covid Debates” – “In virtually every realm of public policy, Americans embrace policies which they know will kill people… This rational cost-benefit analysis is foundational to public policy debates – except when it comes to Covid, where it has been bizarrely declared off-limits,” writes Glenn Greenwald in his latset substack update.
“Never trust a scientist” – The latest psychology scandal is a reminder of an old principle, writes Stuart Ritchie in UnHerd.
“Why the left doesn’t like the lab leak theory” – “We still don’t know where Covid came from. Of the two main theories, the lab leak remains distinctly unpopular on the political left.” Noah Carl explains why in his latest substack update.
“Nuclear Power Not Welcome at COP26” – “The anti-energy, anti-economics left cannot get out of their own way,” writes Robert Bradley Jr. in Watts Up With That. “James Hansen, father of the climate alarm, understands that it is nuclear or bust against carbon-based mineral energies.”
“Netflix’s new show The Chair is all too true” – “This series depicts American academics under siege from students eager to take offence. It’s happening in the U.K. too,” writes History Professor Gerard DeGroot in the Times.
“Keeping up appearances” – “Homophobic attacks and hate crimes against gay and transgender people are reprehensible. But are things so bad in the UK that we need to paint our cop cars with rainbows,” asks Roger Watson in Unity News Network.