Archive: Jon Miltimore

Banning Gas-Powered Vehicles Won’t Help the Earth
California’s planned ban on gas-powered auto sales is great for Elon Musk, but It won’t help the environment
Jon Miltimore | October 9, 2020
Ginsburg and Amy Coney Barrett Agreed on College Courts
Federal appeals court Judge Amy Coney Barrett and the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg agreed Title IX code of conduct trials were flawed
Jon Miltimore | October 5, 2020
Why There Are More Fires in California Than the Southeast
The New York Times recently detailed why the solution to California's megafires begins with ending overzealous fire suppression
Jon Miltimore | September 21, 2020
Only Government Gyms Remain Open in San Francisco
In command economies, double standards are inevitable
Jon Miltimore | September 15, 2020
Sweden Has a Lower COVID-19 Death Rate Than the US
Sweden’s “lighter touch” COVID-19 strategy looks stronger with every passing week
Jon Miltimore | September 9, 2020
Google’s Plan to Disrupt the College Degree
Google’s model why is exactly what the higher education market needs to worry about
Jon Miltimore | September 1, 2020
How Sweden Faced COVID-19 Without Lockdowns
The real reasons New York failed to "flatten the curve" and Sweden succeeded
Jon Miltimore | July 17, 2020
Why Have Blue States Been Hit Hardest by COVID-19?
The sad similarities in casualty rates do not end at party lines
Jon Miltimore | July 10, 2020
NPR: Evidence Mounts COVID Less Lethal Than Predicted
The 'experts' may have subjected us to a blunder greater than any since the Iraq War
Jon Miltimore | June 15, 2020
Why Sweden’s COVID-19 Strategy Is Quietly Becoming the World’s Strategy
Around the world, nations are starting to emulate Sweden's COVID-19 strategy
Jon Miltimore | May 15, 2020