October 19, 2020
When there’s a vaccine, will you get one? | The facts of freedom and feelings that produce fear of loss of power
Vaccines: A new STAT and Harris Poll survey finds that fewer than 60% of people in the U.S. say they’d be ready to get a Covid-19 vaccine when it’s available, down from nearly 70% who said the same in mid-August. So, when there’s a vaccine, will you get one?
Carmen talks with Dr. Zach Jenkins about all things COVID: reinfection, the global vaccine initiative, variety of tests, the matter of blood type, and the impact of the coronavirus on rural hospitals closing all over the country.
In the second half, Carmen talks about the difference between the facts of freedom and the feelings associated with the loss of power or status white Christians once enjoyed in America. She also addresses signs of the death classical liberalism and why words matter.