These are the most important charts I periodically post–this is what Tim Walz and Jan Malcolm did to Minnesotans–killed them with the terror campaign.
Don’t read the blog if you aren’t interested in a thoughtful discussion of the science and the data relating to the epidemic and don’t comment if you have no intellectual contribution beyond crude name-calling.
We all need to step up and insist that appropriate action be taken to protect Americans from the ruination of our economy.
The destruction of the economy has real consequences for people’s lives, and those consequences are far worse than anything coronavirus could do.
We all need to think about whether the extreme damage that is being done to people’s lives by the reaction to the coronavirus isn’t worse than the disease itself.
A timely new report on the concentration of spending across the entire US population.
Antarctica is gaining ice shelf extent and ice mass, not melting and raising sea levels.
A glimpse at high-cost enrollees in a commercial health plan is revealing.
Scattered glimpses of climate truth are present, if you look. Here is one.
A poll and a story reflect the woeful state of our society, filled with DEI racists and ignorant ideological clowns.
Environmentalists lie, period, they lie, all the time, about everything, especially in regard to climate.
A couple of pieces on prices for services in different treatment settings and physician compensation trends.
A long-running report on the health care costs of a typical family reveals higher growth in 2023.
A great paper summarizes the harms from the epidemic response.
Research for once accords with common sense, extreme progressives are in fact narcissistic, violent authoritarians.
A few more notable pieces of research for your late spring edification.
Three pieces of misleading research or at least reporting of research indicate why science is on shaky ground.
Minnesota’s suicide rate has risen by 40% in twenty years. Democrats have been in charge almost all of this time. Draw your own conclusions.
CO2 and temperature have a complex relationship and the Arctic isn’t going through unprecendented warmth.
The latest government data shows that prices continue to rise faster than income, as Americans fall further and further behind on their standard of living.