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The Anti-Lockdown Movement Is Large and Growing

The Anti-Lockdown Movement Is Large and Growing

Jeffrey A. Tucker . Feeling outgunned, outnumbered, overpowered, smothered, and censored? Many people who oppose Covid lockdowns and all their associated restrictions feel this way. It’s hard not to. You can hardly post on social media without triggering warnings, corrections, and sometimes outright blocks.  Bans are part of the mix too, the complete deplatforming of […]

Pathogens in One Lesson, Courtesy of Sunetra Gupta

Pathogens in One Lesson, Courtesy of Sunetra Gupta

Jeffrey A. Tucker . Early last year, it became obvious that knowledge about viruses and society – we need urgently to think differently about this subject! – would remain at a premium for a while. It would be difficult to write about terrible policies without some capacity for countering disease panic.  This was because the […]

Another Covid Myth Dies the Death

Another Covid Myth Dies the Death

Jeffrey A. TuckerGoing to the grocery store in Massachusetts in 2020 guaranteed you would breathe heaps of sanitizer. A full-time employee scrubbed down shopping carts between customers. Conveyor belts at the checkout counter were blasted and wiped between every sale. Glass surfaces were sprayed as often as possible. The plastic keypads on credit machines were […]

Twitter Censors Famed Epidemiologist Martin Kulldorff

Twitter Censors Famed Epidemiologist Martin Kulldorff

Jeffrey A. Tucker    We’ve been witness to Twitter censorship for more than a year, beginning with obviously objectionable extremists then gradually moving to silence people based on merely having an opinion that contradicts lockdown orthodoxy. There have been days when I wondered whether I would cross the invisible line and even whether AIER would itself be silenced. Stanford […]