The Financial Times has published a fascinating interview with Dr. Anders Tegnell who spearheaded Sweden’s coronavirus policies. Anders Tegnell and the Swedish Covid experiment The controversial epidemiologist believes lockdown is ‘using a hammer to kill a fly’. Could he be proved right? By Richard Milne, Financial Times At the start of this year, Anders Tegnell… Read More “Using a hammer to kill a fly”
A Florida hospital testing for coronavirus confirmed to a local television station that it’s positivity rate was overstated by a factor of 10. This raises concerns that a number of Florida’s labs are hyping infection rates and could be indicative of how COVID-19 levels are measured in other states too. FOX 35 INVESTIGATES: Florida Department… Read More Florida Hospital Admits to Lower #COVID-19 Infection Rate
Tucker Carlson’s excellent opening monologue from last week. Corrupt politicians scared us into giving up control over our own lives and their policies still dominate us despite the ongoing events of protests, violence, and looting that have occurred in the last two weeks.
When the dreaded coronavirus made its way into Sweden, instead of enacting lockdowns and other mandatory measures, Swedes decided to take a more hands-off approach. Swedes did take the COVID-19 virus threat seriously, but decided on policies based more on trust rather than on compulsion. Though not without controversy, a few days ago, Sweden’s top… Read More Sweden’s Approach to #COVID-19 Shows Promise
Joakim Book, November 19, 2019, American Institute for Economic Research With strong enough libertarian priors, it doesn’t matter what the question is – more capitalism is always the solution. Such an extreme position is surprisingly hard to argue with: capitalism generates wealth for all and creates the very resources that spend-hungry politicians can later tax… Read More Why We are Getting More for Less
A book that Myles Power finds disgusting as it is marketed towards children. Melanie’s Marvelous Measles promotes the idea that vaccinations are ineffective and that children should actively try to contract measles.
Earlier today a video was posted showing a debate between Dr. Paul Offit and Dr. Boyd Haley set up by the makers as a virtual debate between the two gentlemen about the autism-vaccine debate. The video was removed due to indications of bias on the part of the video’s makers not originally noticed. Upon further… Read More Apologies: Offit-Haley Debate
A five-year study published earlier this month in the journal Social Science and Medicine states that Twitter is flourishing with anti-vaccine sentiment. However, what is interesting is that geography, not politics, that makes a difference. FiercePharma points out researchers found tweets from users in California, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York and Pennsylvania posted the highest number… Read More Interactive map shows damage done by “anti-vaxxers” worldwide
Rebecca Bredow of Detroit, Michigan is facing jail time for refusing to vaccinate her son. ABC News reports that Bredow would absolutely prefer to go to jail than have her son immunized. Originally when she was married, Bredow and her husband, Jason, agreed to stretch out their son’s immunization schedule. Now that they are getting… Read More Anti-vaccine Michigan mom would rather her son suffer and die
Citing a recent measles outbreak and the spread of anti-scientific theories, Italy has just made 12 vaccines mandatory for students to attend the country’s schools. Back in 2014, recent PBS show on the vaccine controversy. It does a very good job of showing the debate between the pro and con sides of the issue, but… Read More Vaccines – Calling the shots