Losing our civil liberties at the expense of our children’s education isn’t worth it when we know those at genuinely at risk aren’t likely to be at school.
‘We are living in a world where opinion, even if it’s based in fact, even if it’s science, it is snuffed out as if it’s some kind of poison for even allowing it to be expressed.’
Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, who some might remember from 2009 as a chief salesman for Obamacare, is back in the spotlight again with tuned-up public health priorities and a new Democrat to serve: Joe Biden.
The Great Barrington Declaration offers a way forward, but do most Americans have the courage to risk their sense of security to maintain enduring liberty?
“Dr. Fauci said the opposite,” President Donald Trump said of mask wearing. “He did not say the opposite,” insisted Biden.
This is our world in 2020: Not even the experts can keep pro-lockdown, pro-mask fanatics from harassing and endangering others.
Mandatory masking policies stifle the American spirit and are segueing us right into mandated COVID-19 vaccines.
Salon Owner Erica Kious may have to shutter her business and move elsewhere after being targetted and accused of setting up Nancy Pelosi’s maskless hair appointment.
As we contemplate all we have lost to COVID-19, we must ask ourselves whether we want our world to become more of an earthly hell than it already is.
A new paper out shows Biden’s proposed federal mask mandate flies in the face of science, as being outside without a face covering is the lowest risk for virus transmission.
With the arrival of one virus, our legal rights seem to have been deemed irrelevant, completely subordinated to the arbitrary whims of politicians, all in the name of ‘safety.’
As my family knows from personal experience, COVID-19 is bad enough that you should try to avoid it. But odds are very good that if you contract the virus, you will survive.
According to my governor’s order, the mask requirement is based on ‘the unanimous recommendation of the public health experts,’ but who are these experts, and are they really unanimous?
Christians say, with the apostle Paul, that for us to live is Christ, and to die is gain — yet at the very thought of death, so many of our churches slammed our doors shut and are keeping them closed. What does that say about our faith?
A second wave of the Wuhan virus in the U.S. raises questions about how positive cases are being determined, the validity of the case data, and what might be behind a potential padding of the numbers.
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