coronavirus

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    Paris Vaccine Passport Protests: A Warning for American Politicians

    Protests have been breaking out across Paris, France over the country’s establishment of a vaccine passport. A law approved in French parliament on Monday, July 23 requires “special virus passes for all restaurants and domestic travel” and also requires health care workers to be vaccinated. The special “virus…
    Brenee Goforth, August 3, 2021
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    AIER: 35 studies, no evidence lockdowns control the virus

    The studies upend the foolish assumptions behind this deadly and costly "science experiment in real time, with most of the human population used as lab rats."
    Jon Sanders, April 21, 2021
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    Why are public schools still closed? It’s not for lack of money.

    In today’s Wall Street Journal, Corey DeAngelis Director of School Choice at the Reason Foundation and Executive Director of the Education Freedom Institute, rebuffs the teacher union claim that it’s a lack of money that has kept most public schools closed almost a year after they were first shuttered…
    Bob Luebke, March 10, 2021
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    More North Carolinians Want A Vaccine

    Vaccination is one of America’s strongest tools for dealing with COVID-19, but getting people vaccinated requires two things: (1) enough vaccines and (2) enough people willing to be vaccinated. North Carolina has difficulties on both fronts. As for supplying vaccines, North Carolina is only 24th in the nation for…
    Brenee Goforth, February 10, 2021
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    School reopenings: Gov. Cooper style

    Let’s say that even for the most objective and fair minded, it’s hard to ignore the timing. Three days after hundreds of parents rallied in front of the Governor’s mansion asking Governor Cooper to reopen the public schools and two hours before the Senate Education Committee approved a…
    Bob Luebke, February 3, 2021
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    Wake County Schools is the latest district to ignore the scientific consensus on COVID

    Keung Hui of the News & Observer has the latest: Wake County students will not return to in-person instruction for at least another month due to concerns about rising COVID-19 numbers in the community. The Wake County school board voted 7-2 on Thursday to continue with…
    Terry Stoops, January 15, 2021
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    Airbnb Suspends “Party-Homes” Across North Carolina

    Airbnb has taken steps in North Carolina to remove so-called “party houses” from their platform. According to Charlotte Business Journal reporter Ashley Fahey, Airbnb has banned 20 houses in Charlotte alone following complaints of large gatherings at the short-term rental properties. Inbox: Airbnb says it’s cracking…
    Brenee Goforth, December 17, 2020
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    Gov. Cooper’s Flimsy Science Behind His “Science and Data”

    Dem. Gov. Roy Cooper has imposed sweeping COVID-19 restrictions over the past year. The use of executive orders and the bypassing of Council of State approvals has left many wondering about the legality of the restrictions. However, even if the orders end up holding legal muster, Cooper’s most ubiquitous…
    Brenee Goforth, December 8, 2020