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What We’re Reading: Mask Mandates Don’t Work, Benefits Of Plastics, The Beginning Of Tyranny … And More

 

Some headlines that caught our eye.

Government Is Lousy at Protecting Civil Liberties, Say Americans — Reason

Do Mask Mandates Work? — Power Line

Biden’s Vaccine Mandate Is Unconstitutional — City Journal

Biden’s Prescription Drug Plan Is Nothing More Than Price Controls — Sally Pipes, Newsmax

U.S. Sixth In Economic Freedom — Cato Institute

The Immeasurable Benefits of Plastics to Humanity — Competitive Enterprise Institute

Climate Activists Blamed for Motorway Crash — Watts Up With That?

Amazon Blocks Ad for Book Investigating Black Lives Matter — Daily Signal

California voters give Newsom approval to continue regressive policies against the working class — Ronald Stein, California Political Review

Too bad to check: Is Biden punishing red states by restricting COVID treatment supplies? — Ed Morrissey, HotAir

 ICYMI

Another COVID ‘Fact’ Turns Out To Be A Wild Exaggeration

Thus Begins Tyranny?

Biden’s Vaccine Mandate Has Nothing To Do With Fighting COVID

Who Pays For Dems’ Plan To Spend Trillions To ‘Stimulate’ Economy? Hint: Not The Rich

Biden’s Vaccine Mandate Has Nothing To Do With Fighting COVID

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  • Particularly liked “Amazon Blocks Ad for Book Investigating Black Lives Matter — Daily Signal”

    The “woke” employees hired to do censorship at Amazon, same young Marxist bunch as doing the censorship at Facebook, Twitter, et al. Amazon does the same type of censorship of their comments, as I learned the other week when they blocked my review of a quinine water beverage for “violating community standards”. I was invited to rewrite it, and that was similarly blocked. Facebook, Twitter and Amazon will all be in the running with the CCP when nominations are taken for the new “Axis of Evil”.

    The censors make me think of Yossarian, the character in Joseph Heller’s novel, Catch 22, who relished his job as a wartime military censor. Would like to see the job description for those doing the censoring –Project Veritas, Wikileaks or alternative media need to find a “leaker”.

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