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Reblogged:Pro-Liberty Roundup, Part II

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This is the second of a series with three installments.
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"The FDA's policy implies that it's better to let everyone blindly assume they're contagious than it is to let those who are likely contagious have a way of knowing it." -- Ben Bayer, in "The FDA Mandates Ignorance About Covid-19" (RealClear Policy)

"No amount of 'oversight' can guarantee truth and -- even if it could -- no person or group of persons can impose understanding." -- Amy Peikoff, in "How Many 'Oversight Boards' Does It Take to Dim a Light Bulb?" (RealClear Policy)

"I dare say many Americans would be extremely hesitant to outsource their moral decision-making to scientists or politicians." -- Paul Hsieh, in "Could a 'Morality Pill' Help Stop the Covid-19 Pandemic?" (Forbes)

"Throughout this time [15 years --ed], I sympathized as I saw Jen struggle to make a living from her business, a struggle made harder by capricious and callous city and state government officials." -- Raymond Niles, in "Goodbye Grounded, My Favorite Coffee Bar Destroyed by Lockdowns" (American Institute for Economic Research)

"Defending capitalism must be done on a moral level because most people want to be ethical and decent." -- Charlotte Cushman, in "Capitalism Is Moral" (American Thinker)

"The issue is whether Uber/Lyft and its drivers would have chosen any of these so-called benefits, if given the choice." -- Raymond Niles, in "Ride Sharing and the Absurdity of 'Protecting' Workers Out of a Job" (American Institute for Economic Research)

"t is unfair to ask people to reach a judgment they have no way of independently reaching." -- Don Watkins, in "Dangerous Misinformation" (Medium)

"Like antebellum Southern slaveholders and post-bellum Progressives, today's radical Left and Right share a common disgust for the principles of the American Founding." -- C. Bradley Thompson, in "The Pajama-Boy Nietzscheans: A Critique of the Dissident Right (Redneck Intellectual)

"I suspect it will not be until at least summer 2021 before the general public has a high level of access to this vaccine as production will not be instant." -- Amesh Adalja, in "Pfizer News Is Great -- Tempering Enthusiasm Is Not the Same as Erasing" (The Hill)

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