Category: Health Care

The Goodists

The late firebrand Oriana Fallaci coined the term “Goodists” for those who employ politics as a means of self-congratulation. Goodists, writes Bret Stephens, put a higher premium on their moral intentions than the efficacy of their actions . . .…

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Woke Medicine

Wokism has reared its ugly head once again at the AMA. They are now offering a course called Racism in Medicine, a course that is nothing, but racist propaganda engaged in unfathomable scientific misrepresentations. Consider the course introduction:  “…We acknowledge that…

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Medical Freedom

The old implicit compact between doctors, patients, and society is broken and may never be repaired. Americans’ confidence in doctors to act in the public’s best interest has changed since the pandemic. In a major new statement on medical freedom,…

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Selfishness

If self-gratification is our highest good, then any act up to and including murder becomes good if done in its pursuit. The first pro-life bill of the new Congress, the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act, passed the House last week…

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Profits and Power Dictate WHO’s Agenda

Global Health is confusing. A few short years ago community participation, disease burden, resource allocation and human rights dominated its decision-making processes. Causes such as improving childhood nutrition, empowering minorities and protecting girls from enslavement and mutilation were acceptable battles…

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Life is Not a Hallmark Card

Thousands of medical ethicists and bioethicists, as they are called, professionally guide the unthinkable on its passage through the debatable on its way to becoming the justifiable until it is finally established as the unexceptionable.   Richard John Neuhaus In Destruction…

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All Life on Earth is About to Change

Human evolution and in fact the evolution of all life on Earth is about to change because of a relatively new technology called gene drive. CRISPR/Cas9 is the current hot tool for modifying, adding or removing life on Earth.  It…

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Digital Dictatorship

“It’s often said that you should never allow a good crisis to go to waste, because a crisis is an opportunity to also do good reforms that in normal times people will never agree to. But in a crisis you…

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Gender Ideology

One of the most powerful drivers of the current gender definition war is a concerted push by members of one of the richest families in the U.S. to transition from the reality of only two sexual identities to the acceptance…

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Playing God

“Men ought not to play God before they learn to be men, and after they have learned to be men, they will not play God.”   Paul Ramsey Attempts to create synthetic life in a laboratory is no longer science fiction. …

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A Global Dictatorship

Under the leadership of a Communist Chinese-backed “former” Marxist terror leader, the UN World Health Organization (WHO) and the Biden administration are plotting an unprecedented power grab to build a planetary bio-medical police state. Think Shanghai during lockdown, but worldwide.…

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A World Without Privacy

“’He sees you when you’re sleeping. He knows when you’re awake. He knows when you’ve been bad or good. (The last line is the lesson for today’s and tomorrow’s age) So be good for goodness sake.’ There is no longer…

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The Next Pandemic?

So, we will have to prepare for the next one.  That I’d say will get attention this time.”  Bill Gates Bird flu is turning up in more than 40 wild bird species in more than 30 states. But unlike a…

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A Requiem for Liberty

Two years ago this week, the United States shut down. Churches, schools and businesses went dark. Weddings, funerals, and birthdays went silent. City streets stood empty, with an eeriness closer resembling occupied Paris than the bustling hubs they’d been just…

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