Ronald Bailey and Jacob Sullum on the future of COVID-19, the politicization of science, the failure of mandates, and how to talk with anti-vaxxers.
A vaccine mandate for international visitors cuts Africa off for no good reason.
Trump claimed the power to issue a national eviction moratorium during COVID. Could that pave the way for the mask mandates Biden clearly wants?
Is it too much to ask for a presidential candidate who cares about America's fiscal health and respects the limits of his office?
Plus: "we need a president who recognizes sex work as work," says Mike Gravel; how kid-friendly pot paraphernalia killed decriminalization; more...
"Our vision for a new, more transparent drug-pricing system does not rely on voluntary action," says HHS Secretary Alex Azar.
Arguably the most questionable of the 14 new Congressional Review Act regulatory repeals may have the unintended consequence of limiting states' ability to drug-test those seeking unemployment benefits.
Governor calls for two-year 'winding down' of the Renewable Fuel Standard.
Down 25 percent from last week
First time since 2000. Too late?
Via Jack Shafer comes news of a federally funded boondoggle that makes the three-flights-a-day John Murtha Johnstown-Cambria County Airport look like a busy transportation hub.
Americans want to shop around for health insurance and are open to changing Medicare for people not yet receiving it