Doctors are in danger from the death of free speech
I’ve kept my head down for a few months — as a writer, that is. I have done this for a few reasons.
One being, of course, much of what passes for public discourse today is simply rage and puerile attacks on those who differ from one’s own opinion. Social media is becoming ever-more toxic. It has become clear to me that Twitter and Facebook are fine for entertainment, but that minds are not changed because of links or arguments that occur on those platforms.
They do serve to enrich themselves through advertisements. But they simultaneously