small steps forward

malfeasance or misfeasance? – “People are getting bad advice and we can’t say anything” … “The leaders of the CDC, the FDA and the NIH should welcome internal discussion—even dissension—based on the evidence. Silencing physicians is not “following the science.” Less absolutism and more humility by the men and women running our public health agencies would go a long way in rebuilding public trust.” —  Marty Makary M.D., M.P.H. and Tracy Beth Høeg M.D., Ph.D., U.S. Public Health Agencies Aren’t ‘Following the Science,’ Officials Say

a list – “For decades, regulators and politicians in California—a state that is a pillar of the Democratic Party as well as the home of US vice president Kamala Harris and the home of America’s biggest climate-activist group, the Sierra Club—have been implementing a skein of policies, nearly all of them tied to energy and climate, that are blatantly anti-poor and anti-working class.” —  Robert Bryce via, California’s Energy War On The Poor | ZeroHedge

burying the legacy of tyranny? – “President Eisenhower once said that “The search for a scapegoat is the easiest of all hunting expeditions”, Biden’s Canned Hunt: The Punishment of the Border Agents is about Protecting a President, not Migrants – JONATHAN TURLEY

the age of rage – “Denouncing opposing views as “lawless” is merely a way of declaring that your view of the law as the only acceptable view. The support for the Constitution or its core institutions cannot be premised on others yielding to your demands or your values.” Georgetown Professor Denounces “Lawless” and “Actively Rogue” Justices, Lawyers, and Law Professors – JONATHAN TURLEY

governance lessons – “major policy decisions should be debated and decided by Congress, not a bureaucracy … One area to keep a close eye on is internet regulation” —  Dan Savickas, SCOTUS Decision Should Scuttle Another FCC Net Neutrality Push | RealClearPolicy


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