Covid-19 Articles & Commentary

Federal Contractors Are Not Federal Vaccine Mandate Enforcers

Federal Contractors Are Not Federal Vaccine Mandate Enforcers

  “When all you have is a hammer every problem looks like a nail” as the old saying goes. For the Federal Government, there appears to be no statute the Office of Legal Counsel can find that does not allow it to hammer a vaccine mandate on the populace upon...

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Are COVID Vaccine Mandates for Kids Legal?

Are COVID Vaccine Mandates for Kids Legal?

In the years before COVID-19 dramatically altered our political landscape, the smattering of parents throughout the country who questioned the necessity of routine childhood immunizations caught the attention of news media. Derided for touting scientifically...

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Mandated Covid Vaccination for Kids Is Illegal, Here’s Why

Mandated Covid Vaccination for Kids Is Illegal, Here’s Why

MSU’s stated goal for adopting its vaccine mandate is to keep people safe from COVID-19. The focus, therefore, should be on immunity, not on the idea of vaccinating for the sake of vaccinating. If the intent is to minimize the incidence and severity of a particular disease, the government should concentrate on outcome, not conformance.

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Forced Covid Vaccination for Kids Is Unlawful

Forced Covid Vaccination for Kids Is Unlawful

Now that the Food and Drug Administration has authorized the Pfizer -BioNTech vaccine for 5- to 11-year-olds, expect a wave of Covid-19 vaccine mandates for children. San Francisco announced last week that the city will require children in that age group to show proof...

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To Mandate or Not to Mandate: History Will Not Judge Us Kindly

To Mandate or Not to Mandate: History Will Not Judge Us Kindly

MSU’s stated goal for adopting its vaccine mandate is to keep people safe from COVID-19. The focus, therefore, should be on immunity, not on the idea of vaccinating for the sake of vaccinating. If the intent is to minimize the incidence and severity of a particular disease, the government should concentrate on outcome, not conformance.

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Supreme Court Hints Eviction Moratorium Was Compensable Takings

Supreme Court Hints Eviction Moratorium Was Compensable Takings

Second only to the niceties of how a bill becomes a law, the three branches of government and the manner in which their separate functions safeguard liberty are seared into the mind of every American, due to their halcyon days in civics class watching “Schoolhouse Rock.” Unfortunately, many of our leaders have forgotten these basic, yet indispensable principles.

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MSU Shot Mandate Tramples Liberty

MSU Shot Mandate Tramples Liberty

​Among the most bizarre aspects of an undeniably strange past 18 months has been the refusal of the media, as well as various governmental entities and public health authorities, to acknowledge the existence of naturally acquired immunity in the context of COVID-19....

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Peaceable Assembly: Accept No Substitute

Peaceable Assembly: Accept No Substitute

Aristotle told us that humans are social animals—interaction with each other is essential to our wellbeing. Technology has enabled us to communicate with family, friends, and associates cheaply, easily, and instantaneously around the globe, which is great. But...

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Courts Grant NJ Gov. Murphy Blank Check on “Emergencies”

Courts Grant NJ Gov. Murphy Blank Check on “Emergencies”

The Appellate Division of the New Jersey Superior Court just gave Gov. Phil Murphy a blank check to make law through executive orders anytime there are signs of an economic downturn approaching. In Kravitz v. Murphy, the court ruled New Jersey’s Disaster Control Act—a...

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