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by | Apr 22, 2021

The 9/11 attacks gave us the heightened security theater now on display in all U.S. airports. Day after day for the last two decades, Transportation Security Administration agents have patted down travelers from teens to the elderly, looking for weapons…

by | Apr 21, 2021

What were the “experts” thinking? Two recent actions have discounted vaccination’s reward while increasing concerns about its risk. On top of the underlying elements undermining vaccination participation, their actions send the ominous message that our precautions will be perpetual.  Recently…

by | Mar 11, 2021

Wednesday afternoon, the Democratic majority in the House passed HR 1319. Variously marketed as a “pandemic relief bill,” an “economic stimulus package,” and the “American Rescue Plan,” it is largely a wealth transfer from well-managed and prosperous red states to…

by | Mar 4, 2021

A fight is brewing over bringing back earmarks — provisions that are inserted into spending bills by individual members of Congress to send money to politically favored entities in their districts. There has been a moratorium on earmarks since 2011….

by | Feb 25, 2021

Sacramento The little-known Oakley Union Elementary School District, in the sprawling suburbs 50 miles east of San Francisco, isn’t accustomed to national attention. The school board’s hot mic moment, however, during a video call earlier this month created widespread and…

by | Feb 22, 2021

“CDC Presses K-12 Schools to Reopen”: that’s the headline of a Wall Street Journal article earlier this month. It’s a farce, of course. Under Joe Biden, the agency is doing nothing of the sort. The title, however, does reflect the…

by | Feb 19, 2021

As predicted, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released their official guidance on school reopening last Friday. This is an important development because it provides a solid road map for allowing students to get back into the classroom….

by | Feb 16, 2021

The public health community has long since concluded that the perils of prolonged school closures are far greater than the risks posed by COVID-19 to students and teachers. This fact has not been lost on parents, who are growing increasingly…

by | Feb 9, 2021

Clarity and consensus among medical professionals has been hard to find on many issues related to COVID-19 policy, so it’s much appreciated when something appears to be clear-cut and universally agreed upon. In today’s sound-bite world, it can be dizzying…

by | Jan 31, 2021

It’s less than two weeks since Joe Biden was inaugurated, and if you listen to the media, it’s an even greater “morning in America” than Ronald Reagan proclaimed four decades ago. The illusion of a honeymoon for Biden the Democrat–Media…

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