Fear

COVID-19 fear will destroy America

Cal Thomas, Washington Times

Ted Nugent sums it up: “Why do I have to stay home just because you are scared? How about you stay home … you stay in your house indefinitely, you wear a mask, you socially distance yourself from me, you avoid restaurants, you avoid baseball games, you stay off the roads, you avoid malls and beaches and parks … I’m done playing your dumb game … I’m no longer going to be a prisoner of your fear. I’m no longer staying in my house or catering to you because you are scared … YOUR fear is not an excuse to destroy America. YOUR fear is not my fear and your fear does not have the right to interfere with my life, my job, my income or my future as a free American citizen.”

Same old story: New Woodward book raises old questions about methods

Byron York, Washington Examiner

It is not possible for Woodward to know precisely what was said, quotation marks or not. But even as controversy swirls around Fear, it's important to note that questions about Woodward's quotes are nothing new. Fear is not the first time these questions have arisen in connection with a Woodward book. In fact, many of Woodward's books have raised precisely the same questions, leading to similar, and similarly unsatisfying, answers.