The genocide and human-rights atrocities against Uyghurs are systemic and ongoing.
How intrusive into the privacy of workers’ families should a self-insured employer have the right to be?
Disgraceful. California officials’ virtue-signaling masks a damnable vice of human-rights amorality.
There is no such thing as a little euthanasia. Granting doctors (and, increasingly, nurses) a license to kill eventually corrupts medicine.
If euthanasia is merely a medical “treatment,” wouldn’t that finding call for increased efforts at prevention in such cases?
Keaton Crull, a three-month-old baby from Indiana being treated in Kentucky, is about to be removed from life support over his parents’ objections.
The U.N. doesn’t currently have the legal or coercive power to compel speech codes. For the sake of freedom, we must keep it that way.
If we had ready access to easy testing, the heat over vaccines could decrease.
An interesting idea that will likely face incredible opposition.
Rather than improve the health of the community, at least in this case, COVID vaccine mandates have resulted in the opposite.