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The New York Times Is Unfit to Be ‘The Newspaper of Record’

Its biases are too pronounced and its agendas too partisan. Perhaps the time has come for the paper to change its masthead motto to reflect its true approach to journalism: “All the news that we see fit to print.” Read More ›
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Johns Hopkins Analysis: ‘Lockdowns Should be Rejected Out of Hand’

The aura of “expert” has lost its luster during Covid, as our supposedly bigger brains have been proved wrong repeatedly. Read More ›
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Francis Collins at the Viral Pathogenesis Laboratory at the National Institutes of Health Laboratory

Ideological Scientists Created the Science Credibility Gap

We need a scientific community that bridges political divides. But rebuilding that trust infrastructure will require the scientific community to eschew ideology and pursue truth objectively, without regard to favored cultural priorities or desired partisan outcomes. Read More ›
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Hospital Loses ‘Futile Care’ Attempt to Force Covid Patient Off Life Support

“Futile care” is a pronounced threat to patient autonomy and the equality of all human life. This is the idea. When doctors think that the quality of a patient’s life is not worth living — but the patient, family, or surrogate want care to continue — doctors can overrule patients and terminate wanted life-sustaining treatment. Read More ›
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New York Department of Health Announces Discriminatory Policy on Covid Therapeutics Access

This is why it is important to keep an eagle eye on advocacy in the professional journals. The articles published there are not mere intellectual musings. They are intended to be adopted as official policy — as we now see happening in New York State. Read More ›
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Teenager Vaccination Due To Covid-19

Medical Journal: Allow Adolescents to Consent When Parents Decline to Get Them Vaccinated

There the New England Journal of Medicine goes again, publishing articles that promote an autocratic health-care system. This time, two bioethicists from the National Institutes of Health (!) ask the question, “Adolescents, Parents, and Covid-19 Vaccination — Who Should Decide?” I’ll bet you knew that the answer wouldn’t be the parents! Read More ›
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Germany Treats Natural Immunity the Same as Vaccination

There seems little reason not to follow this approach — unless the real point of mandates isn’t effective public-health policy but societal control. Read More ›