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October 16, 2022
Peter C. Earle

After Promoting Lockdowns, U.N. Advocates Inflationary Policies

“The United Nations’ penchant for promoting the most dunderheaded option at every opportunity might be respectable from the standpoint of predictability.” ~ Peter C. Earle

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December 21, 2021
Peter C. Earle

The Fickle ‘Science’ of Lockdowns

“Why did public-health authorities abandon their opposition to lockdowns? Why did they rush to embrace the untested claims of flawed epidemiological modeling?” ~ Phillip W. Magness & Peter C. Earle

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September 1, 2021
Zachary Yost

Increasing Evidence that Lockdowns and Social Distancing are Harming Kids

“It is not too late to stop such destructive policies going forward or to ensure that we learn from this disastrous episode in public health history.” ~ Zachary Yost

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August 10, 2021
Ethan Yang

Study Outlines The Damage to Democracy and Human Rights Under Lockdowns

“With the necessity for a system of limited government under a liberal democracy coming into question every passing year, 2020 serves as a preview for what life could become if we fail to defend our freedoms.” ~ Ethan Yang

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July 30, 2021
Michael Fumento

Sweden: Despite Variants, No Lockdowns, No Daily Covid Deaths

“Thus the country the media loved to hate is reaping the best of all worlds: Few current cases and deaths, stronger economic growth than the lockdown countries, and its people never experienced the yoke of tyranny.” ~ Michael Fumento

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July 23, 2021
Michael Peterson

Why Government Lockdowns Mostly Harm the Poor

“These irresponsible government actions are especially acute and more harmful in developing countries and among the poor because most workers can’t afford to sacrifice weeks or perhaps months of income, only to be confined to what is effectively house arrest.” ~ Michael N. Peterson

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July 17, 2021
Peter C. Earle

Harvesting the Sickening Fruit of Lockdowns

“One would be well advised to expect that nary a single public official will be called to account for the mounting NPI death toll. But with fear already welling up regarding new Covid variants, and the first of a new set of NPIs being imposed, awareness of the overlooked, underappreciated costs may save lives in the near future.” ~ Peter C. Earle

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July 16, 2021
Ethan Yang

Let’s Not Pretend We Defeated Lockdowns

“Despite the evidence, despite the advocacy, despite the public outcry, the lockdowners had their way with society. Some of them have gotten away with blatant hypocrisy while in positions of authority. The list is so large the Heritage Foundation even has a database to list the notable incidents.” ~ Ethan Yang

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July 12, 2021
Gregory van Kipnis

The 50 States Suffered Differentially During the Lockdowns and Pandemic

“In the aggregate, government spending at all levels (federal, state, and local) had a mildly negative 0.3% effect on the economy. The bottom line is that the private sector actually did a better overall job in most states than governments in terms of managing state and local economic progress.” ~ Gregory van Kipnis

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June 8, 2021
David McGrogan

Support for Lockdowns: A ‘Bootleggers and Baptists’ Phenomenon

“This goes a long way toward explaining the behavior of white collar professionals during the pandemic: they have been acting out of a genuine sense of virtue, but they have also done rather well out of doing so, at least in the short term. It’s not one or the other, and high and low motives are not mutually exclusive – it’s both in combination that does the trick.” ~ David McGrogan

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