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Different Perspective: How Threat-Free Are Americans from Covid-19?

Different Perspective: How Threat-Free Are Americans from Covid-19?

by Jon Sanders At present, based on the most recent government data, only about three Americans in a thousand could conceivably transmit Covid-19 to someone. In other words, nearly 99.7 percent of people in the United States are currently no threat to anyone of spreading the virus. And despite the large case count, 24 out […]

Biden’s HHS: We Don’t Have Time To Review Regulations, We’re Too Busy Enforcing Them

Biden’s HHS: We Don’t Have Time To Review Regulations, We’re Too Busy Enforcing Them

by Jon Sanders At the close of the Trump administration, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) finalized a rule instituting a periodic review process with a sunset provision for all agency regulations that affect small businesses. The rule required HHS to review, within five years, all of the regulations affecting small businesses it […]

’Till Tireless Propaganda Tames’: C.S. Lewis’ Prescient Warning

’Till Tireless Propaganda Tames’: C.S. Lewis’ Prescient Warning

Jon Sanders    A lawsuit by 118 firefighters, police officers, and other city employees against the City of Raleigh’s vaccination mandate against them prompted this reaction by the editors of the declining local newspaper, the News & Observer: In Raleigh, the police holdouts say their refusal is about freedom. In its letter to the city, the […]

Stronger, More Robust Natural Immunity Thwarts Any Case For “Vaccine Passports”

Stronger, More Robust Natural Immunity Thwarts Any Case For “Vaccine Passports”

  Jon Sanders    Agrowing body of research is making it increasingly clear that natural immunity to Covid-19 owing to previous infection is stronger, more durable, and broader than vaccine-induced immunity. Apart from not being unusual among infectious diseases, this fact has significant implications for governmental, school, employer, and business plans to harass and restrict people who […]