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Francis Collins at the Viral Pathogenesis Laboratory at the National Institutes of Health Laboratory

Scientists are Destroying Our Trust in Science

The harm done to science by fraudsters, data manipulation, sloppy peer review, ideological bias, and outright lying by public scientific spokespersons cannot be overstated. There’s only one cure to the current malaise: unremitting and apolitical scientific excellence. Read More ›
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The New York Times Is Unfit to Be ‘The Newspaper of Record’

Its biases are too pronounced and its agendas too partisan. Perhaps the time has come for the paper to change its masthead motto to reflect its true approach to journalism: “All the news that we see fit to print.” Read More ›
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Johns Hopkins Analysis: ‘Lockdowns Should be Rejected Out of Hand’

The aura of “expert” has lost its luster during Covid, as our supposedly bigger brains have been proved wrong repeatedly. Read More ›
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Francis Collins at the Viral Pathogenesis Laboratory at the National Institutes of Health Laboratory

Ideological Scientists Created the Science Credibility Gap

We need a scientific community that bridges political divides. But rebuilding that trust infrastructure will require the scientific community to eschew ideology and pursue truth objectively, without regard to favored cultural priorities or desired partisan outcomes. Read More ›
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Fauci’s Claim to ‘Represent Science’ is Anti-Science

Just when you thought Dr. Anthony Fauci couldn’t do any more harm in the fight against COVID: He just appeared on CBS’s Sunday interview program Face the Nation and ridiculously claimed that criticizing him presents “a distinct anti-science flavor because I represent science.” Read More ›
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Stop ‘Outsourcing’ Unethical Science to Other Countries

It is long past time for an ethical house cleaning. Overseas breaches of moral propriety by U.S.-funded researchers, domestic companies, and American scientists make us all complicit in wrongdoing. It doesn’t have to be that way. If we close the door on outsourcing ethics, maybe those poor beagl Read More ›