“‘Burnt-out’ GPs need a dose of reality” – The average GP is working a shorter week and just over half of that is spent with patients – overworking is not the problem, writes James Le Fanu in the Telegraph.
“Did the Johnsons breach lockdown rules?” – “When the claims first emerged, they received a furious slap down from all sides…Only a few hours later and it’s clear these responses only tell half the story,” writes ‘Steerpike’ in the Spectator.
“Action needed now on the Coronavirus Act” – “It is very important that sceptics challenge each and every one of the claims made in defence of the Coronavirus Act by the Government,” writes Anthony Webber in TCW Defending Freedom.
“The FDA’s War Against the Truth on Ivermectin” – “The FDA spreads lies and alarms Americans while preventing drug companies from providing us with scientific explorations of existing, promising, generic drugs,” writes Charles L. Hooper and David R. Henderson in AIER.
“Freedom Prevails: Florida registers nation’s lowest Covid case numbers” – “Florida is now outperforming every state in the contiguous United States in terms of new Covid cases per capita. And they did it all without a Vax Pass system, widespread business closures, mask mandates, and/or draconian lockdowns,” writes Jordan Schachtel in his latest Substack update.
“The feminist revolution is eating its children” – “Professor Kathleen Stock’s rejection of transgender orthodoxy that people can change their sex at will and are entitled to impose their ‘preferred pronouns’ on the populace has attracted and exposed the worst of pro-transgender ‘activism’,” writes Luke Perry in Bournbrook Magazine.
“When it’s best not to ignore terrible science” – Professor Francois Balloux says a press release on “human children as reservoirs for a virus infecting human adults” is “such an egregious example of many things that are wrong with Covid mainstream science that it may be worth a comment”.