Nothing should surprise us in a time when people are all-too-willing to accept “alternative truths” and deny scientific evidence.
Columns & Opinions
Two masters of biology students in my department needed to research prairie dogs some years ago. They had to receive expensive vaccination shots against bubonic plague.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control released some welcome news recently: Americans are living a tiny bit longer. In 2018, U.S. life expectancy inched up about a month, from 78.6 to 78.7 years.
I’d forgotten just how low the Democratic party is willing to go - just how desperate it is to win the presidential election - until this whole coronavirus thing hit the news.
The Supreme Court is considering a case, Fulton v. City of Philadelphia, that once again pits LGBTQ rights against so-called religious liberty. In this case, one of the plaintiffs, Catholic Social Services, is arguing that it has the right to discriminate against same sex couples when placing children in foster care.