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COVID and Israel’s Secret ADE Vaccine Risk Data

The New York Times is among the last places I’d expect alarming information about Covid vaccine safety, but a passing reference buried in a story the publication posted on Wednesday burst my bubble about Israel’s government and shattered my trust in the Biden Administration and America’s health regulatory agencies.

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The Frontier Justice of Michigan AG Dana Nessel

I’m not an authority on attorney generals in all 50 states, but it is my hope that none of them are as unfair, unprincipled, and immature as Michigan’s Dana Nessel.

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Cleveland Clinic’s Leadership Lesson for President Biden

If you are looking for inspirational leadership to lead America out of the pandemic, you’ll find it at Cleveland Clinic, Pittsburgh’s UPMC, and Chicago’s Northwestern Medicine.

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Why Dave Keon Was My Childhood Hero

Reading Megan Rapinoe’s diss of Canada’s soccer team after losing to them Monday made me appreciate growing up in an era when the best athletes were known for their grace and sportsmanship.

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If Dale Carnegie Ran the CDC

If there is any hope of convincing those who fear the Covid vaccines to change their minds, politicians like New York’s Andrew Cuomo and journalists like the Washington Post’s Helaine Olen need to step aside and remain quiet. They are part of the problem, not the solution.

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Nikki Johnson’s War on the “Healthcare Cartel”

Nicole Johnson, a staff pediatrician at Cleveland’s highly regarded Rainbow Babies Children’s Hospital, is the rare physician who not only dares to speak truth to power, she shouts it. It’s a potential career-ending move and given that Johnson loves her job and still paying back medical school loans, her outspokenness is even more daring.

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The Martyrdom of Nikole Hannah-Jones

New York Times writer Nikole Hannah-Jones accused the University of North Carolina of racism for failing to offer her a tenured positioned from the get-go and called for “transparency around the tenure debacle that led us here.” As part of that transparency, Howard University should publicly disclose the offer that lured Hannah-Jones to the historically Black college.

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