(by Alice Salles | Mises Institute) – Vaccine mandates are coming. Good, said Indiana University chief health officer Aaron E. Carroll. “When it comes to incentives, most people like carrots,” Carroll wrote in his New York Times essay. “Sometimes, though, people need sticks.” Carroll laments the fact that incentives such as access to events, donuts, french fries, and even hard cash are no longer moving many Americans to fall in line with what’s expected of them by the vaccine pushers. Does he mean that only the threat of violence will? His silence on what exactly the stick would be speaks volumes. […]

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