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Meandering Monday about Each of Us Getting Our Own House In Order

Georgia reopened last week, to much wailing and gnashing of teeth by those who think they know better how it should be handled in other states (Picture people crowded on NY subway cars telling people to stay off those dangerous Georgia beaches. Insisting that relatively healthy people across the entire country not be allowed to … Continue reading

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Meandering Monday about Tunnel Vision Solutions

Dr. Fauci and Dr. Birx have one objective – how to keep people from dying from the virus. This is their goal, and they don’t concern themselves with side-effects (like many medications, the cure carries consequences.) They are not the experts on the consequences of leaving the economy shut down, nor should they be. Specialists… … Continue reading

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Meandering Monday about Perspectives, Common Sense, and an Endgame

Whenever you try to talk rationally about the need to open things back up, you will be greeted with accusations of wanting people to die. This is not an either/or choice – we can have a functioning economy, with people exercising due caution – proper hand hygiene (especially STOP TOUCHING YOUR FACE!), some extra surface … Continue reading

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Meandering Monday about Complexities, Compromising, & Coronavirus

There is no perfect answer to how we deal with the Wuhan Coronavirus. You don’t want people to die, but we (in the U.S.) lose tens of thousands to influenza each flu season (this last one was fairly light – around 18,000 deaths; usually we’re looking at 30,000 or so – just for perspective.) You … Continue reading

Meandering Monday about Russian Static
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Meandering Monday about Russian Static

They’re back! In case you don’t remember (or only got the Dem-MSM spin), we’ve just had a couple of years of collusion investigation (on Trump, not on the real colluders) that wound up unable to find any evidence. In the course of that investigation, there were gratuitous assertions that Russia wanted to help Trump, but … Continue reading