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COVID-19 vaccine concept, female doctor holds coronavirus medication in office or laboratory
COVID-19 vaccine concept, female doctor holds coronavirus medication in office or laboratory

Time to Recognize Data Uncertainty in COVID Debates

As we rush to embrace an “obey the experts” technocracy in the fight against COVID, media and commentators often assume that the epidemiological data justifying proposed draconian policies — such as lockdowns — are clear. But that’s not true. Read More ›
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Coronavirus crisis. CLOSED message board near bar, cafe, shop on empty street. Corona virus COVID-19 flu disease global pandemic outbreak, business impact, isolation, quarantine, stay at home concept
Coronavirus crisis. CLOSED message board near bar, cafe, shop on empty street. Corona virus COVID-19 flu disease global pandemic outbreak, business impact, isolation, quarantine, stay at home concept

Another Biden COVID Adviser Wants Second Lockdown

Joe Biden said he will follow “the scientists” on whether to lock down the country a second time. Based on Biden’s COVID advisory task force appointments, that harsh approach looks increasingly likely in the new administration. Read More ›
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Aerial view of river in tropical green forest with mountains in background
Aerial view of river in tropical green forest with mountains in background

Florida County Passes ‘Rights of Nature’ Charter Amendment

I have been warning for years against the “nature rights” movement — only to be met mostly by eye-rolls and complacent chuckles of, “What will they think of next?” Read More ›
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Chinese Government Goes After Nuns!

The pope just renewed the Vatican’s deal with the Communist Chinese to govern the appointment of bishops in China. In what I interpret as a show of utter contempt for the Church, the government has now forced nuns to leave a convent. From the Catholic News Agency story: Due to pressure from the Chinese government, eight Catholic nuns have reportedly been forced to leave their convent in the northern province of Shanxi. Their current whereabouts have not been reported. “Officials declared us ‘dangerous persons’ and repeatedly harassed us,” said one of the nuns, according to Bitter Winter, an Italian magazine that focuses on human rights and religious liberties in China. “They asked us to write down what we had done since kindergartens and demanded to Read More ›

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vaccination to a child
vaccination to a child

D.C. to Legalize Vaccination of 11-Year-Olds Without Parental OK

Progressives think the state is better at raising children than parents. For example, in California and some other states, children can obtain abortions without parental knowledge. Now, Washington, D.C.’s uber-leftwing city council has passed a bill permitting children down to age 11 to obtain vaccinations–i.e., medical interventions–without parental knowledge or consent. From the Epoch Times story: Bill 23-171 would allow for children as young as 11 to consent to all vaccines on the government schedule. At the same time, the school, health care provider, and the parent’s private insurance would conceal the child’s vaccination from parents or guardians—who would have no knowledge of the vaccination unless the child told them. The bill states that the minor must be “capable of meeting the informed Read More ›

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Concept of national healthcare system - United States
Concept of national healthcare system - United States

Lancet Medical Journal Goes All In for Progressive Politics

I have written here and elsewhere of how the world’s most respected science and medical journals have become pushers of progressive ideology on cultural and political issues often unconnected to the furtherance of scientific knowledge. Read More ›