When you are already convinced a policy makes sense, any evidence will do.
If the government is going to approve them for everyone eventually, why wait?
Progressive Democrats Propose Eviction Moratorium Far More Sweeping Than the One the Supreme Court Struck Down
The Keeping Renters Safe Act would give bureaucrats a blank check to ban evictions during future outbreaks.
The expulsions, ordered by the CDC for the supposed purpose of stopping the spread of Covid-19, are illegal for much the same reasons as was the CDC eviction moratorium recently struck down by the Supreme Court.
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New research shows incidental and mild infections account for a large and rising share of that widely cited number.
Biden's sudden embrace of a federal vaccine requirement seems inconsistent with his acknowledgment that he cannot mandate every COVID-19 precaution he'd like people to follow.
The president seems determined to anoint the agency’s director as the nation’s COVID-19 dictator, no matter what the law says.
The New York Times Assumes a Scientific Consensus on School Mask Mandates That Its Own Reporting Shows Does Not Exist
If all sensible people agree that students should be forced to wear masks, why do other countries reject that policy?
The CDC's Framing of Homicide and Suicide As 'Public Health' Issues Provides Cover for Biden's Gun Control Agenda
The agency returns to a research area where it has caused much controversy in the past.
Critics of the SCOTUS Decision Against the CDC's Eviction Moratorium Might Miss the Rule of Law When They Need It
The Court said it "strains credulity" to believe that Congress gave the CDC the "breathtaking amount of authority" it asserted.
This outcome was widely expected by legal commentators.
Cuomo Replacement Kathy Hochul Says New York's Real COVID Death Toll Is 12,000 Higher Than Cuomo Claimed
Hochul’s office reports that some 55,400 people have died of the coronavirus in New York, much higher than the 43,400 claimed by Cuomo, who left office Monday.
The ultra-risk averse agency continues to misunderstand how people actually behave in the wild.
The studies cited by the CDC do not show that preventing COVID-19 outbreaks requires forcing students to cover their faces.
The government "strongly recommends" masking at private outdoor gatherings as well.
A New York Times Reporter Claims Americans Distrust the Government's COVID-19 Advice Because They Don't Understand How Science Works
If so, public health officials have compounded the problem with disingenuous arguments, dubious policy shifts, and misleading statements.
Next stop, Supreme Court?
The same institution that's unable to run the Postal Service or Amtrak orchestrated our invasion and withdrawal of Afghanistan.
Interviewer Joe Selvaggi and I explore the constitutional and policy issues at stake.
Whether or not YouTube should have suspended him, the senator overlooked the limitations of the studies he cited and ignored countervailing research.
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The evidence that the benefits outweigh the costs is not nearly as impressive as mandate enthusiasts imply.
The administration issued the order even while conceding that it lacked the authority to do so.
The Third Amendment Lawyers Association argues in a recent amicus brief that the federal eviction ban requires landlords to quarter soldiers.
The U.K. kept schools open and masks off, and now delta is in their rearview. Why can't Yanks learn?
A New Study Finds That Reducing Pain Medication Is Associated With an Increased Risk of Overdose and Suicide
The study highlights the dangers that government-encouraged "tapering" poses to patients on long-term opioid therapy.
Biden Admits New CDC Eviction Moratorium Runs Counter to 'the Bulk of the Constitutional Scholarship'
The Supreme Court will likely rule against Biden’s executive gambit.
Study: As Delta Proliferates, Vaccines Are Less Effective at Preventing Infection but Still Sharply Reduce That Risk
The results also indicate that vaccinated people infected by delta have lower viral loads and less severe symptoms than unvaccinated people.
The Evidence Cited by the CDC Does Not Show That Vaccinated and Unvaccinated COVID-19 Carriers Are Equally Likely To Transmit the Virus
That conclusion is not justified by the CDC's Provincetown data, and it is inconsistent with a new study from Singapore.
Federal officials invited alarmist press coverage of breakthrough infections.
Thanks to the Supreme Court's decision in the Cedar Point case, this suit has much better odds of success than previous takings challenges to eviction moratoria.
It still covers some 90% of the country, and still rests on a theory of virtually limitless CDC authority. Even President Biden acknowledges the order is legally dubious.
In Virginia, the breakthrough hospitalization rate is 0.0032 percent and the breakthrough death rate is 0.0009 percent.
The Biden Administration Continues to Exaggerate the Risk Posed by COVID-19 Breakthrough Infections While Slamming the Press for Doing the Same Thing
The administration is dismayed by the alarmist news coverage it invited.
The Provincetown Outbreak Shows Vaccinated People Can Be Infected by the Coronavirus, but the CDC's Director Grossly Exaggerates That Risk
Researchers are still trying to determine what role vaccinated carriers may have played in the Massachusetts cases identified by the CDC.
The agency says it found high viral loads in vaccinated people infected by the coronavirus, but the significance of those results is unclear.
At a time when the student COVID positivity rate in NYC is 0.01%, the governor is spreading fear that school buildings are death traps.
Because adults can't evaluate risk, kids continue to suffer the most from COVID policy, despite suffering the least from COVID.
The government is also recommending universal masking in schools this fall.