Jeremy R. Hammond on Trusting the Science
If you’re like me and you question establishment narratives, particularly the narrative surrounding the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, then you’re always on the lookout for easy to read, reliable sources of news and analysis that isn’t prone to hysterical counter-narratives. For years, Jeremy R. Hammond has been a voice of reason as a public health and health freedom journalist.
Obviously, this past year Jeremy has been laser-focused on the pandemic doing the work that many other journalistic outlets <cough>Reason</cough> have failed to even attempt to do. In this episode, Jeremy brings us on a deep and broad journey on the pandemic and the government responses, the science of masks, and the moderate view on vaccinations. I promise you’ll learn a lot.
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Recommended Book: Liberty or Lockdown, by Jeffrey Tucker
Bonus Book Recommendation: The Pine Creek Chronicles is a hilarious new series was written by a friend of the show. I wanted to give him a quick shout-out. If you’re want a bit of entertaining fiction in this weird timeline, check it out!
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