MIRS: Stockholm Doc Talks Michigan, Sweden and Herd Immunity Aug. 26, 2020 Swedish emergency room physician, Sebastian RUSHWORTH of Stockholm recently made national news with his theory this month that COVID-19 “is over” in his country because they didn’t go into a lockdown posture as other countries and its population developed herd immunity quickly. While […]
8/25/20 Interview with Ellen Cogen Lipton, running for State Board of Education. Partners with www.DeadlineDetroit.com.
Maybe Bob LaBrant feels like Ricky Ricardo in the iconic I Love Lucy TV show — he has “some ‘splainin’ to do.” LaBrant filed a complaint with the Secretary of State earlier this month against the fundraising activities of an initiative petition campaign to strip Gov. Gretchen Whitmer of her extraordinary powers to lock down […]
Dems 2020: The Good, the Bad and the Gimmicky By Carl M. Cannon & Philip Wegmann RealClearPolitics/Analysis August 21, 2020 America’s very first political convention, which preceded the Declaration of Independence by a decade, took place in Connecticut where the “Sons of Liberty” chose an upcoming gubernatorial ticket. If this week’s virtual Democratic National Convention […]
Harris Makes History But Obama Steals the Show By Susan Crabtree RealClearPolitics/Analysis August 20, 2020 It was obvious Barack Obama didn’t relish the job, but he agreed to take it on anyway. The former two-term president felt compelled, he said, because the 2020 election is like none other — the very concept of American democracy […]
8/19/20 Interview with Dr. Jimmy Womack regarding what to watch for at the DNC Convention, what it was like to have a PGA tournament in his backyard, his experience helping in the prison community, and his Republican grandmother who was present when LBJ signed the Voting Rights Act. Partners with www.DeadlineDetroit.com.
By HUY M. DO NRO/POLITICS & POLICY Aug. 16, 2020 Dr. Scott Atlas speaks at a White House press briefing, August 12, 2020. (Screengrab via Fox Business/YouTube) By any yardstick, Dr. Scott Atlas brings high medical expertise credentials to public service. The media-driven attempt to paint his views on health policy as “unscientific” is a smear. Almost as […]
Covid Spread Can’t Only Be Explained by Who’s Being ‘Bad’ by Faye Flam BLOOMBERG NEWS Aug. 15, 2020 (Bloomberg Opinion) — There are some weird things going on in the coronavirus data. It’s curious that cases dropped so fast, and have stayed pretty low, in the spring hot zones — New York, New Jersey and […]