Electric cars are more expensive to buy and operate than gas ones, and worse for the environment.
Such a depressing world and I am not sure these research summaries are particularly elevating.
Some supposed conservatives just spout conspiratorial nonsense that ensures that we lose, which is one big reason why the country is where it is.
Minnesota has no population growth, due to crazy DFL policies, while Florida and Texas experience massive growth.
Minnesota’s progressive lunatics discover the virtues of voter id.
Progressives are pro-regressive and have essentially become nihilists–believing in nothing and seeking to destroy civil society.
A couple of studies offer a far better explanation for heart issues in athletes and others than does nuttering on about vax safety.
Tired of March Madness? A boringly refreshing dip into some CV-19 research summaries is recommended.
Several times in the last three years I and others have pointed out serious flaws in CDC work, and a new paper critques the body of the CDC’s epidemic work.
A couple of pieces of health care research focus on high health care spending and its causes.
Minnesota is a particularly poor place to rely on solar power, but other states aren’t really that much better.
As I suspected, the SVB saga is primarily one of regulatory malfeasance, coupled with political machinations.
A public health expert writes an article for the WSJ which amply demonstrates why Americans have such high distrust of these “experts”.
Not supporting Ukraine is asking for far worse conflicts in the future.