Kids should not be wearing masks while playing sports

Megan Mansell explains why it’s dangerous for kids to play sports in masks

Singing as the Ship Goes Down

Megan Mansell writes that there are many who do not know how to fight for themselves, and we must muster the strength to push for reason and sanity against all odds.

A Rational Reopening Guide

Megan Mansell offers a framework for operating any facility or business during COVID.

Replay! A Rational Ground Webinar: Take Back Your School from COVID

Recently, Rational Ground was invited to speak to a group of activists in the state of Arizona. These concerned parents, teachers and policy makers spent 90 minutes with our team getting the latest info on COVID-19 and learn the latest tactics and strategies on how to get schools back and open. The Powerpoint presented at […]

Bullying From the Ivory Tower

Colleges are endangering the mental health of students with pandemic restrictions and then bullying them and calling them names when they break the rules.

COVID-19 on campus: October update

Update as of October 5 on COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, and deaths at 50 American universities since August

CDC study on COVID-19 transmission in child care shows what we already know: children can spread it to family members

A CDC study on COVID-19 transmission in child care centers only shows that children can infect people in their own households.

Behind the maskā€¦ and the shower curtain: COVID-19 and the plight of children

Dr. John Littell writes that COVID-19 has become, with no reason, the modern equivalent of leprosy.

Dr. Scott Atlas joins DeSantis for press conference.

Dr. Scott Atlas joined Florida Governor Ron DeSantis for a press conference today, emphasizing that the U.S. is “the only nation among our peer nations that are hysterical about opening schools.”

Using the bubble isolate concept to reopen schools without universal masking

Megan Mansell offers a proposal for isolating those who are worried about COVID infection at school while allowing the rest to resume normal activities.