Weekday Reading #17


Patrick Deneen, Conservative Hospice Care, The Postliberal Order

Aaron Siri, Instead of FDA’s requested 500 pages per month, Court orders FDA to produce Pfizer COVID-19 data at rate of 55,000 pages per month, Injecting Freedom 

Soharb Ahmari, Jan. 6 Looks Different Through the Lens of ‘American Carnage’, NYT

John Q Public, COVID and the Cathedral, W M Brigg’s blog

eugypiuss, Spontaneous Order in Complex Systems, eugypiuss: a plague chronicle

Ann Coulter, The Great Epstein Cover-Up, Part 1, Taki’s magazine


6 responses to “Weekday Reading #17”

  1. thefrollickingmole Avatar
    thefrollickingmole

    As for media coverage, did you even know that the FBI found Epstein’s cache of sex tapes labeled “(name of underage girl) + (name of VIP)” — and then lost them?

    I didnt know this…
    Well explains why he didnt kill himself, once the evidence was secure and they ruled out any “dead mans switches” he was brown bread.

    Amazing also that upon seeing these famous names they cant recollect a single one of them…

  2. Bruce of Newcastle Avatar
    Bruce of Newcastle

    Nothing says “I’ve got something I want to hide” like asking a court for 75 years to provide documents.
    Maybe someone could lend them a thumb drive?
    Might be quicker.

  3. thefrollickingmole Avatar
    thefrollickingmole

    Not a cult.
    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-01-07/children-covid-vaccine-supply-concern-ahead-of-wa-opening/100739778

    When COVID vaccines opened up to younger children, Carissa Garza jumped to book her eight-year-old in.

    Between the WA border opening on February 5, school starting and a long-awaited trip overseas to reunite with family on the cards, she had no hesitation.

    “I’m really relieved that we have it available here, finally,” she said.

    “We’re very fortunate to have the science available, and the vaccines available to protect our children. I’m just so glad that it’s finally here.”


    She grabbed a booking later in January at another state-run clinic on the other side of the city, just in time to allow eight weeks for a second dose before the pair heads to the United States.

    “It was a tight squeeze to get two doses in before we travel,” she said.

    “I don’t want her, us, or my family put at risk.”

  4. thefrollickingmole Avatar
    thefrollickingmole

    whoops, wrong fred.

  5. Damon Avatar
    Damon

    It’s sad to see Australia as an object of ridicule to the international community.

  6. Kneel Avatar
    Kneel

    “It’s sad to see Australia as an object of ridicule to the international community.”

    Rather the reverse I would have thought – so sad to see Australia NOT ridicule the international community over such a ridiculous over-reaction to a very nasty ‘flu virus.

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