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April 23, 2021
Martin Kulldorff

What Johan Giesecke Missed

“I watched last week’s interview with Johan Giesecke and Freddie Sayers with interest — it is still a rare thing to see a conversation about Covid devoid of the usual agenda. However, I felt that there were some important issues missed by my fellow Swede and epidemiological colleague.” ~ Dr. Martin Kulldorff

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Robert Hughes

New Single-Family Home Sales Jump in March

“New-home sales jumped in March and supply remains tight. High prices and rising mortgage rates are a threat to the strong performance of housing.” – Robert Hughes

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Paul Alexander

14 Months Later: A Pathway Forward

“We call on the medical experts who inform governments to likely for the first time, use some common sense and logic and some critical thinking; if it is all about the science, we implore the medical decision-makers to follow the data and science and to use it and use critical analysis of the data; we argue they have not; these decision-makers must understand the impact of their policies and stopping Covid ‘at all costs’ is not a policy and not attainable.” ~ AIER Contributing Authors

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Art Carden

You Think This Is A Game? Not Quite

“Sports and gaming metaphors certainly have their place, but if we take them too seriously we get lost in details and lose sight of the greatest positive-sum game in the world: specialization and division of labor. When you’re bowling or playing a board game, there’s a winner and a loser. When you’re bargaining, however, everyone’s a winner.” ~ Art Carden

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