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  • Asymptomatic Spread Revisited

    Asymptomatic Spread Revisited0

    The phrase “fog of war” is attributed to Carl von Clausewitz. It has come to refer to the confusion and uncertainty felt by everyone in the midst of conflict. It is often unclear who is making decisions and why, and

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  • Americans Are Finally Growing Weary of Lockdowns

    Americans Are Finally Growing Weary of Lockdowns0

    There are public protests against lockdowns in Denmark, Italy, France, and all over Europe. They are growing in numbers and fury. Why not the U.S.? Scott Atlas suggested in passing that Michigan residents “rise up” against new lockdowns in Michigan,

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  • The New Feudalism

    The New Feudalism0

    On February 28, the idea of locking down and smashing economies and human rights the world over was unthinkable to most of us but lustily imagined by intellectuals hoping to conduct a new social/political experiment. On that day, New York

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  • The Return of the Flagellants

    The Return of the Flagellants0

    The lockdowns have disproportionately targeted fun. No house parties. No travel. Bowling, bars, Broadway, theater, amusement parks, all banned. Weddings, forget it. Restaurants, hotels, conventions, and even golf were all targeted by the lockdowners.

    There is an ethos here. To

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