Commentary: Hesitant parents shouldn’t be pressured to give kids the COVID shot

Commentary: Hesitant parents shouldn’t be pressured to give kids the COVID shot

The decision to give the Covid shot to a child should ultimately begin and end with parents. The CDC recently released a statement urging parents to vaccinate their children 6 months to 5 years against COVID-19. Since the CDC’s recommendation, Politico has reported that “just over 5 million doses” have been delivered around the country. However, the CDC’s goal of 20 million children receiving the shot may be unattainable as most parents are unlikely to inject their children, even if they themselves had the shot.

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PUBLISHED — CCHF's OpEd: Digital driver’s license proposal is a bad idea

PUBLISHED — CCHF's OpEd: Digital driver’s license proposal is a bad idea

ALPHA NEWS, May 12, 2022

Digital driver's licenses give government new powers over the population. They threaten personal privacy, security, and autonomy.

In Jurassic Park, Dr. Ian Malcolm uttered the famous words, “Your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn’t stop to think if they should.”

Thankfully, the Minnesota House of Representatives is not debating whether to bring dinosaurs to life. However, one of its bills would require a report on the feasibility of transitioning to digital driver’s licenses in Minnesota — without stopping to consider whether implementing a digital ID is a good idea.

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PUBLISHED: Minnesota House to put COVID patients under surveillance?

PUBLISHED: Minnesota House to put COVID patients under surveillance?

ALPHA NEWS, May 2, 2022: The government has essentially shut down early treatment options, and under th eproposed House bill, the government's focus remains fixated on tracking COVID patients instead of treating them.

PUBLISHED — CCHF's OpEd Opposing Nationwide Sharing of Cancer Data

PUBLISHED — CCHF's OpEd Opposing Nationwide Sharing of Cancer Data

ALPHA NEWS, April 12, 2022: Legislation to permit nationwide sharing of names, addresses, diagnoses, treatments, and other personal information of every Minnesota cancer patient is rapidly advancing in the Minnesota House. This private data, which has long been held securely within Minnesota borders, could soon be available to government officials in every state and the federal government.

HIPAA Harms | Letter to Senator Chuck Schumer

Mask mandates hearken back to America’s first fight for #FaceFreedom

Mask mandates hearken back to America’s first fight for #FaceFreedom

During the 1918 Spanish influenza, many Americans refused the mask. Even some health care workers refused. A historical account of that era recently printed in the New York Times called them “a symbol of government overreach, inspiring protests, petitions and defiant bare-face gatherings.”

Read the full article from Alpha News HERE.

The 'Face Mask Con' Continues

The 'Face Mask Con' Continues

The Covid-19 pandemic is permeated with inaccuracies. Consider Minnesota. On April 10, Minnesota's health department predicted 22,000 people would die. As of October 27...

A Time For Choosing: Masks or Freedom

A Time For Choosing: Masks or Freedom

It is time for every forcibly-masked American to make a choice.  I've often heard the face mask referred to as a 'silly thing.' It's not silly. The mask, when mandated by government, is a serious affront to the liberties of a free people.

Unmask America's Children

Unmask America's Children

Let's send America's children back to school and leave the fear behind.

Letter to MN Board of Pharmacy on HCQ Reversal

Letter to MN Board of Pharmacy on HCQ Reversal