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November 4, 2020
Jeffrey Tucker

The Fun Night that Wasn’t Fun

“May this wonderful country be forever spared another nightmare such as 2020 has brought. The way to make sure that happens is finally to recognize and embrace the limits of state power. Let them figure out how to count ballots before they ever again take away our freedoms in the name of virus management.” ~ Jeffrey Tucker

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Robert Hughes

ISM Services Index Eases Back in October but Still Suggests Expansion

“The services sector expanded again in October, but employment remains weak. Renewed lockdowns and restrictions remain a threat to future growth.” – Robert Hughes

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Peter C. Earle

The 2013 Lockdown Experiment in Boston

“In April 2013, a citywide lockdown was cancelled in less than one day owing to concerns about health & commercial costs.” ~ Peter C. Earle

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Barry Brownstein

Attacks on Dissenting Voices Set Back Scientific Progress

“Learning depends on open inquiry. Thoughtful, informed people know that something is terribly wrong with the Covid-19 orthodoxy. Others have ‘nagging suspicions.’ If dissenting voices continue to be attacked by those in positions of power, there is little doubt that decades from now historians will ask, How could they have been so blind?” ~ Barry Brownstein

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Jayanta Bhattacharya

A Sensible and Compassionate Anti-COVID Strategy

“We should respond to the COVID virus rationally: protect the vulnerable, treat the people who get infected compassionately, develop a vaccine. And while doing these things we should bring back the civilization that we had so that the cure does not end up being worse than the disease.” ~ Dr. Jayanta Bhattacharya

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