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Despite predictions to the contrary, Sweden's economy not only preformed better than expected, it actually grew during and in spite of the coronavirus pandemic.
While nations today appear comfortable instituting mass lockdowns to prevent the spread of a deadly respiratory virus, the practice appears to be unprecedented.
New evidence suggests that the costs of government mandated COVID-19 shutdowns are greater than we imagined, and the costs are in human lives, not just the economy.
The COVID-19 argument isn't about whether we should protect people or not, it is if we should even try to balance that against constitutional and economic considerations.
The New York State Department of Health has now acknowledged that it has manipulated data regarding long-term care deaths caused by the coronavirus.
Sweden's laissez-faire approach to handling the coronavirus is beginning to draw praise from WHO, with other nations
now following Sweden's lead.
Andrew Cuomo made an abrupt 180 in the face of political pressure to rescind a regulation requiring nursing homes to accept recently discharged COVID-19 patients.
Those who have actually experienced Communism are keen to warn those in the West who find this failed political philosophy alluring of the horrors that await them.
State governments are forcing nursing homes to take in COVID-19 patients who have just been discharged from the hospital and putting senior citizens at risk.
A new WHO and Stanford University study found no evidence of increased transmission of COVID-19 in Wisconsin following the state's in-person primary election on April 7.
Mike Rowe was quite correct when he said we can't declare some businesses unessential without harming the so-called "essential" businesses that stay open.
Sweden has avoided shutting down their country in response to COVID-19, and now WHO is holding this country up as a model for battling the disease.
The money-based incentives of hospitals to report more COVID-19 deaths than there actually are drives fear and poor policy making.
Does the data support the severe lockdown government is imposing?
Nationalizing the medical supply chain would only serve to make the shortages hospitals are currently facing much worse than they actually are.
Many people claim they could never work from home, but studies show that for the most of people, working from home increases their productivity.
Target's attempt to placate the Fight for 15 crowd has had disastrous effects on many of its employees in terms of their pay, hours, and benefits.
What started as a four-year-old-girl flipping through an old cook book soon turned into a multi-million dollar business.
Is there even an upper limit on how high of a minimum wage politicians like Tom Steyer will promise American voters?
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