I will admit (rather proudly) that I am among the most cautious when it comes to exposing myself to COVID-19. That is mainly due to a fortunate convergence of circumstances and prudence. I fully realize not everyone is as lucky as I am in most if not all of those categories but that still doesn’t excuse irresponsible behavior.
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I often ponder which state has the craziest Republicans. To truly determine that I’d have to analyze words and actions right down to the state legislative level and I simply lack sufficient resources to do a credible job of that. Today I want to submit four nominees after reading Catherine Rampell’s op-ed entitled, Red states are now paying people not to get vaccinated, in the Washington Post.
An Argument For COVID Conservatism
I’m a liberal, no doubt about it. I have often written that conservative and crazy are not synonyms. There are times even liberals should think and act conservatively and when it comes to the coronavirus this is one of those times.
The Cost Of Bad Behavior
The data for this article is based on the 14-day rolling average of new coronavirus infections in America. The conclusion comes from my ability to do critical thinking. The warning is prudent but it’s probably a lot like the clergyperson who preaches to the assembled faithful in the house of worship about service attendance. Out of a sense of moral obligation I’m going to do it anyway. Continue reading The Cost Of Bad Behavior
An Uneasy Feeling While Perched On A Precarious Plateau
I’ll spare boring you with as many numbers as possible but this entire article is built on my continued observation of the 14-day rolling average of new COVID19 cases in America.
Continue reading An Uneasy Feeling While Perched On A Precarious Plateau