My reaction to the overreaction — on Wall Street, Main Street, and the media — that accompanied the news about a new coronavirus variant.
My wife and I got our third COVID vaccine shots the other day. That’s a sentence Aaron Rodgers can’t say. Here are my thoughts on both of those subjects.
A Newsmax host is the latest loudmouth to make an absolutely ridiculous claim about COVID vaccines. As soon as I heard what he said, I was reminded of a segment of my radio show from several years ago.
An excerpt from a piece by Bruce Barry who, like me, has had it with people who refuse to get vaccinated, and insists we stop using the word “hesitant” to describe them.
Picture Of The Day: I’ve lost track of the number of times I’ve watched SpaceX bring the first stage of one of its rockets back to Earth for a nice, soft, vertical landing. But it still amazes me every time — including this one today.
Here’s how to keep things in perspective when you see headlines about MO having the highest per capita rates of COVID cases and hospitalizations — and which states are keeping the US from hitting vax rates of 70% by July 4th.
Here’s why I was surprised to see Jon Stewart go off on a rant about the origins of COVID-19, in which he sounded just like the kind of TV personalities he used to mock on “The Daily Show.”
Greg Bardsley explains why we should throw ticker tape parades for (and sing the praises of) scientists who worked on COVID-19 vaccines while the rest of us freaked out.