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Opinion: “Covid-19 Variants and the Safety of Students”

March 5, 2021 • Dr. William Haseltine
This month one year ago, schools and universities across the United States closed down to assure the safety of students, faculty members, and their families from SARS-CoV-2. Since then, more dangerous, infectious variants have emerged that should have …

Opinion: “The Game of Party and Patriotism in Hong Kong”

February 26, 2021 • Dr. Yang Jianli
During the video broadcast of the annual duty report by Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam, Chinese President Xi Jinping has announced that Hong Kong “must always be governed by patriots”. He asserted that “patriotic” politicians were the preconditio …

Opinion: “Pandemic Blunder – Fauci And Public Health Blocked Early Home Covid Treatment”

February 24, 2021 • Joel S. Hirschhorn
Americans have every right to be in a fit over the news that 500,000 Americans have died from the COVID-19 infection.  Hard to imagine worse news.  What is missing from this news is that way over 300,000 of these deaths could have been prevented throug …

Opinion: “The Systematic Failure of The Act of Free Choice”

February 24, 2021 • Christian Brown
West Papua was handed to Indonesia in 1963 by the United Nations from the Dutch in 1963. Exposing them to marginalization, poverty and inequality, land appropriation at the hands of the Indonesian government. Which utilized a hierarchical framework to …

Opinion: “How to Redesign Covid-19 Vaccines So They Protect Against Variants”

February 23, 2021 • Dr. William Haseltine
Given that the SARS-CoV-2 variants can evidently evade immunity produced by vaccines or previous infections, scientists are exploring the idea of redesigning the vaccines currently being rolled out worldwide. While researchers are still debating whethe …

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