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A Few Words on Mandatory Vaccinations

A Few Words on Mandatory Vaccinations

Mandatory vaccination is an assault on individual liberty. Until we recognize it as such, there will be no solution to this problem. The solution lies in protecting individual liberty against the state What we need to do is to establish a limitation on the power of the state to vaccinate only in extraordinary circumstances. The government should have to prove that less intrusive alternative such as, for example, requiring the wearing of a mask or requiring people to wash their …

Back to the Future: Shalala Takes Away Compensation for DPT Injured Children

Back to the Future: Shalala Takes Away Compensation for DPT Injured Children

In a calculated move designed to bolster the federal government’s claim that the DPT vaccine does not kill or injure children, Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Donna Shalala and her department published final rules in the Federal Register (Vo. 60, No. 26 – Wed. Feb. 8, 1995) that effectively destroyed the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986. HHS’s action makes it impossible for most children injured or killed by DPT vaccine to receive compensation…

Italy Passes Mandatory Vaccination Law

Following a hotly contested public debate, the Italian parliament has given final approval to a law mandating full compliance with government-sanctioned vaccines for all school children in Italy up to 16 years of age. Under the new ruling, small children without the proper…

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