Myers: One of the Most Disheartening Things About Biden’s Apparent Win

Brian Myers: What I find really disheartening is knowing that nothing will be done about what may well have been the biggest corruption scandal in my lifetime.

Myers: I Didn’t Vote for Donald Trump in 2016, But He Gets My Vote In 2020

Brian Myers: I voted for Bobby Jindal as a write-in in 2016, but on Election Day I am holding my nose and will vote to re-elect President Donald Trump.

Myers: COVID-19 Relief and the National Debt

Brian Myers: This coronavirus crisis has certainly proved that neither political party is serious about either reducing spending or debt.

Myers: Covering Up Alleged Corruption Should Concern Us All

Brian Myers: If the New York Post report about Hunter Biden is true seeing corruption of this sort and the willingness to cover it up should concern us all.

Myers: Beware the Development of a Police State During ‘Emergencies’

Brian Myers: Zoe-Lee Buhler was arrested for ‘incitement’ in Australia for organizing an anti-lockdown protest. Think this could never happen in the U.S.?

Myers: Jefferson’s Fear About the Judiciary

Brian Myers: The angst we have seen over the last several days about the next Supreme Court pick shows Jefferson’s fear about the judiciary is realized.

Myers: Are the Wildfires of 2020 Unprecedented?

Brian Myers: The data simply doesn’t support the notion that wildfires are unprecedented or the claim that these fires are the result of climate change.

Myers: COVID-19, Influenza, and Risk Assessment

Brian Myers: COVID-19 is not the flu. But relative to risk assessment in connection with public policy, perhaps it should be considered more like it.

Myers: Pandemic Lockdowns Were Unnecessary

Brian Myers: I remain convinced that the lockdowns were one of the greatest public policy boondoggles in the history of our country.

Myers: Vaccinations Are Good, Forced Vaccinations Are Not

Brian Myers: “As wonderful as vaccines are, it is a fearful thing for governments to have the level of intrusive power over the individual required to legislate compulsory vaccination.”

Myers: Changing Attitudes Over Using Hydroxychloroquine to Treat COVID-19

Brian Myers: The media and the Democrats managed to negatively politicize a drug that could have been helpful to COVID-19 patients.

Caffeinated Thought of the Week: There Is No Pandemic Clause in the Constitution

Brian Myers: The Framers were well aware of contagion, yet they did not make any of our constitutional rights contingent upon the absence of one.

Caffeinated Thought of the Week: Government Spending and Long-Term Consequences

Brian Myers: With our national battle against COVID-19, the long-term consequences of our actions are irrelevant to the discussion in the short-term.

Caffeinated Thought of the Week: Democrats and Federal Use of Force

Brian Myers: For all their whining about Trump, Democrats are ordinarily much less reluctant to use force. Statism is in their party DNA.

Caffeinated Thought of the Week: Romney and Black Lives Matter

Brian Myers: It’s nearly impossible to distinguish between “black lives matter,” the conviction, and “Black Lives Matter,” the political movement.

Caffeinated Thought of the Week: Sweden’s Approach to COVID-19

Brian Myers: “Sweden’s ‘herd immunity’ approach, if they have successfully achieved it, should mean that a resurgence would be relatively inconsequential.”