…when we can rejuvenate with poop transplants?
It’s as though there’s no actual science behind these policies.
…is now upon us.
Thoughts on the Marxist hijacking of the language by the Left.
A long but excellent history and analysis of perhaps the greatest public-policy blunder in history.
Joe Biden does something right (which is huge news, because it is unprecedented).
He could be doing more, though, in terms of easing up on archaic NRC rules to allow the construction of more modern plant designs faster. And as is often noted, it’s hard to take seriously people who claim that we are in a climate “crisis” or “emergency” if they don’t support nuclear power.
[Update a few minutes later]
Sorry, I’ve provided the link this time.
How it dehumanizes women.
Brendan O’Neill made the sacrifice of reading a vile heap of insanity from a Berkeley professor, so you didn’t have to.
No, seed oils are not “healthy oils,” and you don’t get high cholesterol from eating saturated fats.
I know I’ve managed to do so.
How they took a toll on the kids.
Many of us frustrated by the lengthy school closures were enraged by a statement we found far too dismissive and even callous: “Kids are resilient.” (The great Mary Katharine Ham tore this apart back in January.) All too often, that was a blasé slogan designed to excuse an intolerable status quo.
Our kids aren’t necessarily resilient, and we didn’t like having their need to be resilient shoved upon them by teachers’ unions who kept dragging their feet on reopening schools and public-health officials who deemed birthday parties, travel, summer camps, visiting grandparents, etc. an intolerable risk.