Paul Rosenberg has become a trusted voice of reason as I’ve followed his writing over the past several years. His take is insightful, unflinching and always tempered with humility. His latest essay asks a question looming large in many people’s minds today: Are we still allowed to ask questions?
Paul Rosenberg’s excellent series on fallacies is a great place to learn how to sift truth from error. His latest essay covers the correlation implies causation fallacy–one that we’re likely to encounter daily.
With all the political craziness, it’s easy to forget that there’s still a pandemic going on. Wait. No it isn’t. As James Bovard explains, pandemic security theater is still going strong and millions of Americans have volunteered as enforcers.