While the impact of Covid-19 on the world’s health and economy can’t be understated, it’s not the biggest problem we face. It could reasonably be argued that Covid-19 is part of an even bigger virus . . . ignorance.
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No one can say at this time whether the executive orders being issued by Gov. Laura Kelly are too extreme or have allowed Kansas to get ahead of the Covid-19 outbreak in our state.
Whether we like it or not, life around us is changing because of the coronavirus.
Western medicine is predicated on the “germ theory of disease.” That’s what it sounds like: the theory that germs like bacteria and viruses cause disease.
When Trump was elected president nearly four years ago, his supporters who were looking to shake up the political establishment had to be thinking, “What’s the worst that can happen?”