The current U.S. president finally said it during a 60 Minutes interview: “The pandemic is over.” Though obviously true by the classical definition, Biden’s comment seemed almost accidental, said as an echoed response to a direct question.
Consider, however, that …READ MORE
Becky Kraker suffered from depression most of her life, but a couple years ago got medication that helped. For 18 months she felt like she finally had her life together, especially since the dissipating depression dramatically strengthened her relationship with …READ MORE
How did the non-conformists and radicals of the 1960s and 1970s, who were also heavily skeptical of the medical-industrial complex and who helped turn alternative medicine into a billion dollar industry, become some of the most rabid supporters of lockdowns …READ MORE
A lawsuit against the federal government–Anthony Fauci in particular–from the Attorneys General of Missouri and Louisiana has been brewing for a good part of the summer of 2022. The issue concerns the censoring of certain high-level experts on social media, …READ MORE
During the 1960s, the phrase “the personal is political” became a rallying cry for second-wave feminists challenging the social framework that existed at the time.
There was an unhealthy collectivist undercurrent to this idea—“There are no personal solutions …READ MORE
Cat Parker had to be her own health advocate before she could advocate for other people. Like others who’ve had an adverse reaction to the COVID-19 vaccine, she followed her gut and didn’t just push her symptoms under the generic …READ MORE