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One Good Thing About the Lockdown
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One Good Thing About the Lockdown
May 27, 2020

One of the few good things to come out of the government-mandated shutdown is that many parents have started homeschooling their children. Many of these parents are likely to continue homeschooling after the government schools reopen.

Magic and Voodoo Versus Science and Medicine
May 20, 2020

For the weak-minded who do not accept reason and logic, magic is as real as unicorns, elves, and leprechauns. For those on the far-right of politics, elves and unicorns are replaced by secretive cabals who they believe run the world.

Magic and Voodoo Versus Science and Medicine
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Why U.S. Outsourced Bat Virus Research to Wuhan
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Why U.S. Outsourced Bat Virus Research to Wuhan
April 23, 2020

In the postmortem of the Covid-19 pandemic, this is likely a dangerous loophole that could be exploited with no oversight, and should probably be brought under HHS review in order to protect public health better in the future. 

What Did U.S. Intel Really Know About the ‘Chinese’ Virus?
April 21, 2020

How could U.S. intel have known about a contagion one month before Chinese doctors detected an unknown virus?

What Did U.S. Intel Really Know About the ‘Chinese’ Virus?
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Denying the Imperium of Death
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Denying the Imperium of Death
November 24, 2017

The tens of thousands of American deaths from drug overdoses are a measure of the hopeless desperation left behind by the soul-starving socio-economic system of late-stage capitalism, writes poet Phil Rockstroh.