- “Sweden did exceptionally well during the COVID-19 pandemic with its open society” – No wonder the news media are totally silent about the data that show Sweden’s open society policy was what the rest of the world should have done, writes Peter C Gøtzsche in the Institute for Scientific Freedom.
- “Eco-cultist lawyers are undermining the rule of law” – A group of 120 ‘top lawyers’ have signed a ‘declaration of conscience‘ stating they will not prosecute ‘peaceful climate change protestors’. These misguided lawyers seem to consider the rule of law as just another impediment on the path to their utopia, writes Matthew Scott in the Spectator.
- “Word-Policing Away the Biggest Threat to Public Health” – The deeply disturbing silence surrounding the damning conclusions of the World Obesity Federation is one aspect of the assault on the freedom of speech, says Thorsteinn Siglaugsson.
- “U.K. trans critic Kellie-Jay Keen stopped by Auckland protestors” – Kelly-Jay Keen was doused with tomato juice at her Auckland rally on Saturday, part of an appalling attack that has only further damaged the credibility of the radical trans movement, the Mail reports.
- “JK Rowling blasts ‘mob’ at trans critic Kellie-Jay Keen rally” – JK Rowling has slammed trans rights activists in New Zealand, calling the scenes in Auckland “repellant”, the Mail reports.
- “Why did it take Seb Coe so long to see sense over transgender athletes?” – World Athletics has decided to protect women’s sport by restricting it to females. This decision should be welcomed by everyone, but why did it take them so long? asks Debbie Hayton in the Spectator.
- “Farewell, Nicola Sturgeon. Nobody is going to miss you” – Spare me the eulogies. The outgoing first minister was a dreadful leader, writes Zoe Strimpel in the Telegraph.
- “JK Rowling brought down Sturgeon… and she’ll bring down Humza Yousaf too” – The SNP front-runner urgently needs to realise that gender self-ID is political Kryptonite – and drop the whole idea, writes Michael Deacon in the Telegraph.
- “I don’t want to live in a country where some politicians get to disqualify others” – Whatever you think of Boris Johnson, the process being used to investigate him is a travesty, writes Daniel Hannan in the Telegraph.
- “Is it bonkers to see Charles as first republican King?” – The most progressive monarch Britain has ever seen is ironically being cancelled by a Leftist mob, writes Sarah Vine in the Mail on Sunday.
- “Andrew Bailey has nobody to blame for this inflation mess but himself” – Explaining the crisis as ‘greedflation’ is an embarrassment to the Bank of England, writes Michael Lynn in the Telegraph.
- “How necessary is Ofsted?” – The result of the latest Ofsted brouhaha is likely to be a typical English fudge, writes Toby Young in the Spectator.
- “Lessons rulers learned from Iraq? Make a better job of deceiving us” – Just as there were in 2003, there really are now people, high in American politics, who think that the USA is itself so good that it is entitled to make war on countries it disapproves of, directly or indirectly, writes Peter Hitchens in the Mail on Sunday.
- “America is being consumed by a terrifying new madness” – With Trump potentially facing arrest, the only question now is whether America is about to drive itself off a cliff, says Douglas Murray in the Telegraph.
- “Woke extremists are taking over America’s colleges” – Even I, someone who some may assume would be on the side of so-called ‘social justice warriors,’ was bullied out of my dream job, writes Dr Tabia Lee in the Mail.
- “Three weeks to flatten the curve became three years to flatten the society” – Watch this montage of some of the most deranged moments from the Covid era.
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