We live in a world with endemic COVID and need to be preparing ourselves for what that means
Across the United States, COVID mitigations aren't so much a factor of politics as a practical risk analysis
The summer COVID surge retreats, with no obvious candidates for the next surge making themselves known.
Kelley, a remarkable COVID data publisher, talks about hospitalizations, death statistics, and how the kids are doing ok.
For the general population, vaccine boosters are not needed simply because vaccines are so effective
Hawaii and Texas offer a parallel real-world view of a future with high vaccination rates
A larger view of COVID data in an attempt to give the best context for understanding a post-vaccine world
A survey of the data on risks for kids and why I oppose mask mandates in schools
The latest surges are the start of the next stage of COVID news and policy
Every home is worth defending
A guest post from Bible visualization expert Robert Rouse on Biblical baby names and what that tells us about religion in America.
Sticking people into ideological buckets based on their risk acceptance isn't something to be proud of.