Healthcare Dies in the Supreme Court
Healthcare Dies in the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court ruled against vaccine mandates for large employers. It was an expected ruling that fell along partisan lines. But the lack of judicial rigor sets a concerning precedent.

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We Have More, but Fewer COVID-19 Treatments
We Have More, but Fewer COVID-19 Treatments

The FDA has authorized multiple COVID treatments, but they remain limited for the foreseeable future due to the belief that more available treatments will reduce vaccinations.

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Abortion is a Right, But Roe is Wrong
Abortion is a Right, But Roe is Wrong 2021.12.7

Abortion is defined as a right to privacy in Roe v. Wade. The ruling protects a fundamental right but it also leads to bizarre abortion restrictions. It is time we redefine the right to abortion not as privacy, but of equal protection.

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Exceptions to Common Sense Law
Exceptions to Common Sense Law

The courts recently ruled vaccine mandates as unconstitutional and against public interests. But by emphasizing economic interests over public health concerns, the courts set a grave precedent that may, ironically, hurt America’s long term economic outlook.

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A Matter of Good Faith
A Matter of Good Faith

The Supreme Court has agreed to clarify the question of good faith as it pertains to physician prescribing behavior. In responding to this question, the court has an opportunity to address more fundamental issues of medical jurisprudence.

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When Data Becomes Due Process

Prosecutors often use patient data to investigate physicians. But patient data is biased, lacking the robustness required of evidence. And by using data as due process, prosecutors deny physicians their rights.

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America United International, Protecting Individuals Against Judicial Misconduct

Dr. Zena Crenshaw-Logal has taken what she learned as an advocate for judicial reform to launch America United International.

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The DEA’s Long Game

The DEA recently issued a public health alert, warning of counterfeit pills. A seemingly odd alert given the DEA’s restrictions on prescription opioids, until you understand its purpose.

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Mixing and Matching Vaccines

The CDC might reverse course again, this time on mixing vaccine formularies. We review the science and politics underlying the decision.

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Card Stacking COVID-19 Boosters

The FDA approved a booster dose for COVID-19 vaccines. A sensible decision, but we are concerned at how they derived it.

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What we can learn from the 1918 Flu Pandemic as the Omicron variant spreads
What we can learn from the 1918 Flu Pandemic as the Omicron variant spreads

Historically, most pandemics end within 2 to 3 years as the virus mutates into a less virulent pathogen and the population builds up immunity. This is what happened to the influenza strain behind the 1918 flu pandemic.

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