Headlines, Mulch, and Evangelical Misery

  Toilet paper aisles may be sparse, but one thing we’re not lacking is opinions on the pandemic.  Everyone’s got their take and a pet conspiracy theory to go with it. Here’s mine: From a human standpoint, the United States has done a great job mobilizing (or immobilizing in this case) the populace into an emergency response stance.  300 million people united in confirming their pact with the rest of society and backing that bond with (in)action is a feat.  Economically, this thing is a mess.  The Fed’s solution has been to fire the bazookas and let God sort’em out.  That’s not my preferred option, but considering the government is what shuttered the economy (and now we KNOW they can do that – more frightening, the government KNOWS it can do that now, too), the government needs to provide some support.  What’s the future look like health-wise and for the…

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