By Charlie Johnston I have not posted in almost two weeks. On Thanksgiving Day I had eight hours of uninterrupted activity – more than twice as long as any since I got sick. It set me back a bit. My progress remains about where my doctor said it would be four weeks ago, which means […]Read More Eager to Return to the Land of the Living
By Charlie Johnston The pressure is mounting anew to force people to get the Covid jab to keep their jobs, get surgical procedures, or do normal communal things. This is un-American, of course, but the left hates America, anyway, so to them, that is a feature, not a flaw. I have said since last November […]Read More Rocking the Boogie-Woogie Flu (Updated)
By Charlie Johnston Back in May, I said that the raw numbers for excess deaths this year would ultimately tell us what the real deal with Covid was. Well, Mirabile Dictu! According to Johns Hopkins last month, there have been none. Death rates are the same as usual. Of course, a whole host of deaths […]Read More Is Covid a Miracle Cure?
By Charlie Johnston If you lost your job, but had $250,000 in the bank, you could live normally for quite some time if you are middle class, by drawing down on your capital. Every week you did that, though, you would be headed towards a precipitous cliff. Do it long enough and you would plunge […]Read More What We Have Done
By Charlie Johnston If you have been driving long enough, you have probably had a rock hit your windshield and make a small crack – a crack that, over time, starts creeping across the window. Every week or so, you notice it has gone a little farther. When it grows into a bona fide fracture, […]Read More Thoughts as the City of Man Topples
(I have posted less these last few weeks than normal. When confronted with major new phenomena, I like to examine and ponder minutely. It is perhaps a bit of vanity that I want what I write to hold up over time, so knowing that I will get some things wrong, I try hard to get […]Read More Corona Madness