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How a Physicist Became a Climate Truth Teller: @HolmanJenkins  interviews Steven Koonin

Opinion Video: More than 100 corporation leaders have done a Davos by laptop to vilify Republicans and validate their progressive credentials.

Can upstart outdo mighty Amazon in suppressing ideas that may cause discomfort? Writes@rogerkimball 

Companies with such tremendous power over the flow of information should adopt more responsible editorial standards in its censorship decisions. Or better, not censor at all, writes Jay Bhattacharya

Biden’s $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan contains enough spending and industrial planning that it amounts to the Green New Deal in disguise.

The good news is that scientists themselves have started to correct the record, writes Holman Jenkins

The progressive goal is a House-like body run by big-state majorities.

Comparing Obama’s and Biden’s responses to the crises they faced makes little sense. The national mood, political climate and policy challenges are nothing alike, writes @RahmEmanuel 

Clear lines of authority would make it easier to resolve the Johnson & Johnson complications and similar problems. The FDA should lead the way, writes @ScottGottliebMD 


The Horowitz report reveals the Democrat’s many distortions, writes The Editorial Board

The newly signed USMCA is a sweet relief to farmers in rural districts like mine, writes @RepTedBudd 

Christopher Steele has little credibility left after the inspector general’s report, writes @KimStrassel 

Justice Department IG Michael Horowitz compiled a factually damning report that even a thickheaded and biased press will have to take account of, writes @HolmanJenkins 

If Adam Schiff were confident in his legal position, he’d want to put the case to a judge. Yet he seems desperate not to, writes @DavidRivkin  and Lee A. Casey

The media question of the day is why members of the press corps aren’t deciding on their own to reject the source who seems to have been misleading them for years, writes .

New data show that states that shut down the longest suffered the most economically.