Thomas Woods

Ron DeSantis, governor of Florida, held a virtual roundtable yesterday featuring Harvard Medical School’s Martin Kulldorff, and Michael Levitt and Jay Bhattacharya of Stanford.Every minute of it is worth watching. No...
I don’t make a habit of cheering for politicians, as you surely know. But holy cow. Kristi Noem, governor of South Dakota, has been outstanding. She refused to lock down her state. The crazies went berserk.
Science is not a neat set of infallible statements but an ongoing search for the truth. “The Science(TM)” has been all over the place in this crisis: how the virus spreads and doesn’t spread, the role of children (do they...
Pro-government, anti-entrepreneur memes spread like wildfire on social media, particularly Facebook.A recent one criticizes Jeff Bezos on the grounds that his $98.5 million to help the homeless just isn’t enough.
None of this is true. I have never in my life met anyone who thinks “people exist to serve the market” and that if they cannot be profitable “their life has no value.”
Apparently someone had been using a spool of rope normally used for medical procedures to practice tying a “Uni Knot,” which is used in fishing. He left the knot in place when he returned the spool to the storage area. Well...
I thought I was already as jaded as one could be.But the media’s response to the Mueller report takes things to a whole new level of Orwell.
The bad guys tried sticking it to Jordan Peterson, but as usual, he comes out ahead.No, I don’t always agree with him. But for heaven’s sake the man is a phenomenon. When was the last time a university professor got 100+...
Good old Twitter. Whenever I’m unsure what to write about, a fellow like this comes along:
Millennials are almost too easy to make fun of: with the safe spaces, the microaggressions, the socialism, the overall cluelessness, the inability to understand people with a different point of view (who are dismissed with...
Risch goes on to recall that Dr. Anthony Fauci, who has resolutely denied any benefit from hydroxychloroquine, was similarly obstructionist (the similarity is almost eerie) in 1987, in the face of the AIDS epidemic.
It’s college football players, and the #WeWantToPlay movement. 
Daniel McCarthy, editor of Modern Age, joins me to discuss recent articles of his, including in the New York Times, on the Democratic primary, the Democrats’ battle plan with regard to Donald Trump, and...
For thousands of years, taxation has shaped history both openly and in ways that are more obscure. Dominic Frisby takes us through a whirlwind tour of the history of taxation, full of outrage and insight, and stories even...
There’s something fundamentally deranged about politics.I realize I’m not telling you anything you don’t already know.But in general, people don’t talk like this. Beto O’Rourke surely understands that this statement is...
We can now add another item to the list of things we’re not allowed to say.Chase Bank got raked over the coals by the outrage factory the other day when it posted a Tweet that went as follows:
The Bolshevik Revolution was one of the worst events in human history.That scarcely seems debatable.Some deluded folks try to pretend Joseph Stalin hijacked what had originally been a noble cause. This is what my professor...
This is what the progressive left believes — and to add insult to injury, they actually think it’s “Economics 101.” 
On Twitter the other day I noted that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who said she couldn’t afford a D.C. apartment until she started getting paid as a member of Congress, would fit right in with her fellow legislators.An expense...
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