It Has Stopped Making Sense, So Let’s Just Say No.

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Tess Lawrie The return of so-called mask mandates looms large in many countries – in some, they never left. Most people reading this will already know that masks don’t prevent infection. I suspect many of you are also fully aware that masks are dehumanising, divisive and detrimental to health and happiness. … The problem we […]

Right to Health, A Comparative Law Perspective: Canada

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Derek J. Jones Study submitted to the European Parliamentary Research Service This study explores Canada’s right to health largely as expressed through Canadian federal law … Part I begins by summarizing selected historical and contemporary dangers to the health of Canadians, including the challenges of the global Covid pandemic. Part II examines relevant constitutional and […]

An Epidemic of Misguided Moralising

Emily Schroeder … Science thrives on open debate, yet all too often any attempt to question the mainstream narrative (as Semmelweis, Harvey and countless other great scientists did) is stifled by ad hominem attacks. It should be possible to disprove a theory without attacking the theorizer. Yet too many lockdown advocates accused sceptics of disregarding human life, […]

Evaluating Compulsory Covid-19 Vaccination Mandates: Judicial or Legislative Review is Necessary to Determine Whether Mandates Without Exceptions For Natural Immunity Should Be Allowed to Stand

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Julie Parrish In the time since Covid-19 vaccines became available to the American public, it seemed almost a foregone conclusion that state and federal governments, given their extensive use of executive authority and emergency rulemaking powers since the start of the pandemic, would eventually attempt to exercise police powers to mandate compulsory vaccination. What has become […]

The Illusion of Evidence Based Medicine

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Jon Jureidini, Leemon B. McHenry The advent of evidence based medicine was a paradigm shift intended to provide a solid scientific foundation for medicine. The validity of this new paradigm, however, depends on reliable data from clinical trials, most of which are conducted by the pharmaceutical industry and reported in the names of senior academics. […]

How Evidence Based Medicine Became an Illusion

Richard Sears In a new opinion piece published in the British Medical Journal, researchers Jon Jureidini and Leemon McHenry argue that “evidence based medicine” is more corporate gimmick than reliable science. According to the authors, corporate greed, failed regulatory practices, and commercialized academia have made research far less objective and reliable. These developments call the validity […]

A Letter to the Unvaccinated

Ontario Civil Liberties Association OCLA researcher Dr. Denis Rancourt and several fellow Canadian academics penned an open letter tosupport those who have decided not to accept the COVID-19 vaccine. The group emphasizes the voluntary nature of this medical treatment as well as the need for informedconsent and individual risk-benefit assessment. They reject the pressure exerted […]