March 2020

81 Research Studies Confirm Natural Immunity to COVID ‘Equal’ or ‘Superior’ to Vaccine Immunity

The Brownstone Institute lists 81 of the highest-quality, complete, most robust scientific studies and evidence reports/position statements on natural immunity as compared to the COVID-19 vaccine-induced immunity.

Natural Immunity and Covid-19: Thirty Scientific Studies to Share with Employers, Health Officials, and Politicians

From the beginning of the March 2020 lockdowns for the SARS-CoV-2 virus, the subject of natural immunity (also called post-infection immunity) has been neglected. Once the vaccination became widely available, what began with near silence at the beginning turned nearly into a complete blackout of the topic.

Senior Australian police officer sensationally quits during interview, says ‘vast majority’ of cops don’t believe in COVID orders

A senior police officer in Australia is being investigated after she sensationally resigned from the Victoria Police force during a live interview. The cop, who said her law enforcement employment was "the best job" she ever had, revealed that a "vast majority" of her former officers don't believe in and don't want to enforce the strict COVID-19 orders enacted in Australia.

U.S. officials think massive surge at southern border possible if Covid restriction is lifted Thursday

On a call with officials, Secretary Mayorkas asked whether Homeland Security was ready for a worst-case scenario of 350,000 or more migrants crossing the border in October.

Elon Musk, Now World’s Richest Person, Told Forbes He’s Sending Jeff Bezos A Silver Medal

On Monday, Elon Musk became the third person ever to amass a fortune worth $200 billion, according to Forbes, surpassing Amazon founder and rival space billionaire Jeff Bezos in the process. Reached for comment by Forbes, Musk took a celebratory crack at Bezos.

Over 200 Business Owners File Federal Class Action Lawsuit Againt NYC Mayor: ‘This Will Be The First Domino’ To #EndCovidTyranny Nationwide

Business owners in New York City are banding together to end COVID tyranny and fight back the government-sanctioned segregation ushered in by unconstitutional vaccine mandates and in a class-action federal lawsuit that will likely be litigated in the Supreme Court.

Fed signals tapering could begin ‘soon,’ projects interest rate liftoff in 2022

Fed's Powell signaled last month tapering could begin later this year.

Study: COVID Hospitalizations Exaggerated—48 Percent of Cases Are Mild

A new study suggests the data on COVID-19 hospitalizations is exaggerated by the fact almost half of those hospitalized have mild or asymptomatic cases, The...

U.S. unemployment claims rise after hitting pandemic low

The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits moved up last week to 332,000 from a pandemic low, a sign that worsening COVID-19 infections may have slightly increased layoffs.

Biden unemployment benefits slowed economic recovery

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