- “Did Cochrane sacrifice its researchers to appease critics?” – Dr. Tom Jefferson and other authors of the latest Cochrane review express their anger at Cochrane’s capitulation to pressure from critics, reports Maryanne Demasi.
- “Unmasking the New York Times’s Zeynep Tufekci” – Paul D. Thacker takes a deeper look into the sociologist-cum-journalist who wields extraordinary influence over global mask policy despite being eminently unqualified to do so.
- “Open season on scientists” – Dr. Tom Jefferson and Professor Carl Heneghan respond to the latest self-inflicted debacle from the Cochrane leadership.
- “Endless masking in Japan: the majority waits for the majority to unmask” – After all the hype about the Government lifting its request for indoor masking, the Japanese people did not opt en masse to finally breathe freely again on March 13th, writes Guy Gin.
- “Silence of the lambs” – The Left’s embrace of the Covid consensus has badly impacted the world’s poor, says Fred Skulthorp in Perspective.
- “Will the BBC own up to its Covid impartiality failings?” – Because the Corporation’s journalism was so relentlessly weighted in favour of Covid restrictions, it naturally follows that the editors responsible are now inclined to strengthen self-justifying narratives that minimise the negative consequences of lockdown, says Charlie Walsham in the Spectator.
- “Germany’s Health Minister changes tune on vaccine injuries” – Karl Lauterbach is having a dramatic fall from grace, says Thomas Fazi in UnHerd.
- “The Pandemic of Journalistic Malfeasance” – Thanks to the Lockdown Files, we now have ‘definitive’ proof that much of Covid policy was cruel and inhumane, driven by dogma and self-interest, writes Ramesh Thakur for Brownstone.
- “Just admit that Britain isn’t ready for heat pumps” – The Government simply hasn’t thought through its Net Zero strategy, and we could end up paying through the nose to live in chillier homes, writes Ross Clark in the Telegraph.
- “The quangocracy has triumphed – and if you doubt it, take a visit to, of all places… the Oxford Union” – If one simple student society can’t avoid the metastasization of unelected office holders, what hope has a Government, asks Daniel Hannan in ConservativeHome.
- “End this crude smear against conservatives” – Peter Hitchens in the Mail points out that the Nazis’ political agenda was largely Left wing.
- “Why is Lineker lionised while Fiona Bruce hung out to dry?” – Sarah Vine in the Mail ponders the Left’s double standards in the treatment of Lineker and Bruce.
- “Bright Horizons: Taking a Dim View of Girls” – U.S. childcare company Bright Horizons sparked outrage with a pamphlet which offers advice on raising “children who identify as female” and encourages parents to stop using ‘gender-influenced’ terms like princess and tomboy, writes Frank Haviland in the European Conservative.
- “University President apologises for claiming she was indigenous and accepting charity award” – Vianne Timmons is the latest North American academic to be accused of cultural identity fraud, reports the Telegraph.
- “The sinister war on statues” – The Welsh parliament’s cultural vandalism is distorting historical truth, says Joanna Williams in Spiked.
- “How Netflix’s woke reversal saved it from going broke: Streaming giant stopped the rot by dumping right-on shows about male pregnancy and backing Dave Chappelle’s confrontational comedy” – Netflix appears to steadily be climbing its way out of financial ruin after canceling ‘woke’ programming and deciding to back controversial figures like Dave Chapelle, reports the Mail.
- “Revealed: Woke Silicon Valley Bank donated over $73 million to Black Lives Matter-related social justice groups before it collapsed” – Silicon Valley Bank donated over $73 million to Black Lives Matter-related social groups in the years before it collapsed, the Mail reports.
- “Gary Lineker had a ‘special arrangement’ with the BBC to tweet about refugees, says agent” – Gary Lineker believed he had a “special arrangement” with the BBC allowing him to make comments about refugees, his agent has claimed, the Telegraph reports.
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