Have you ever noticed that sometimes a story dominates the news cycle for a few days, raises some serious allegation that never quite get confirmed or resolved, and then more or less
disappears? Rush Limbaugh used to refer to the “drive-by media” — coverage of a story or topic that would be sudden, intense, frantic, and emotional, and then just as suddenly
end and move on to the next big story. Today is a special Morning Jolt, as I went back to check on ten big stories from spring 2019 that were never quite resolved. But first, two
astounding bits of news: that the risk of teachers catching SARS-CoV-2 from students is almost nil and that Chinese propagandists are trying to undermine faith in the U.S. coronavirus
vaccines. And let’s wrap up this week with some of the worst “dad jokes” you’ve ever heard.
‘No Instances of Child-to-Adult Transmission Were Reported Within Schools’
An eye-popping peer-reviewed study from the American Academy of Pediatrics:
Over nine ...