As you know I live in the UK, so my vantage point about coronavirus comes partially from my ringside seat where I live. And it has now finally emerged and been confirmed by the UK Office of Statistics Regulation that the British government imposed a second lockdown this week on the basis of incorrect information.
The virulence of the Covid-19 virus, and the sheer number of reported casualties has convinced us all that such an invincible enemy can only be vanquished with the most powerful weaponry – super anti-virals, high-tech vaccines, the latest in ventilators or oxygen pumps and more. But some of the medical success stories in battling the […]
Have you ever heard of the Great Barrington Declaration – a petition that claims that ‘current lockdown policies on Covid are producing devastating effects on short and long-term public health’? I thought not.
I was talking with an American friend of mine the other day and she was complaining about another friend – a dear close friend – who does not share her choice of presidential candidate. Their discussion had become heated, and my friend was upset because her other friend continuously harangued her for maintaining her political […]
I watch with despair at what’s going on in America right now: the riots, the police shootings, which instigate more riots and more shootings, and so it goes in a terrible spiral. And the shooting of Jake Baker hit closer to home, as he is a good friend of the son of a dear friend […]