Bioethics and American Democracy publication

Slaying the Censorship Leviathan

Aaron Kheriaty

While much of the press cooperated with the state’s censorship efforts and has ignored our court battle, we expect that it will ultimately go to the Supreme Court, setting up Missouri v. Biden to be the most important free speech case of our generation—and arguably, of the past 50 years.

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Tablet Magazine / June 4, 2023

‘If I Betray These Words’ Review: First, Do No Harm

Aaron Rothstein

Caught between the oaths they took as medical students and the demands of corporate healthcare, today’s doctors suffer moral injury.

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The Wall Street Journal / April 3, 2023

The Long-Term Harms of Anonymous Sperm Donation

Devorah Goldman

Medical professionals have willingly abetted the conception of human beings in circumstances marked by deceit.

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Public Discourse / January 30, 2023

Biomedical Security State, British Edition

Aaron Kheriaty

The latest revelation of government intelligence agencies spying on and censoring their own citizens for public health wrongthink. In Orwell’s country of origin, Big Brother is Always Watching.

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Human Flourishing / January 30, 2023

The White House Covid Censorship Machine

Aaron Kheriaty

Newly released emails show how officials coerce social-media companies to toe the government line.

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The Wall Street Journal / January 8, 2023

Dr. Fauci’s Amnesia

Aaron Kheriaty

Extraordinary things certainly have happened under his watch when science and politics fused.

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COMPACT Magazine / December 15, 2022

Vaccine Propaganda and Coercion

Aaron Kheriaty

Institutions embraced these misguided policies with little public discussion and no debate.

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Human Flourishing / November 25, 2022

Our Digital Panopticon

Aaron Kheriaty

How digital surveillance is gaining power for the biomedical security state.

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American Greatness / November 3, 2022

The Clash Between Technocracy and Religion

Devorah Goldman

Bureaucratic institutions apply a patina of objective, empirical rigor over human judgements that are fundamentally subjective and too often anti-religious.

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Mosaic Magazine / November 2, 2022

The Rise of Biodigital Surveillance

Aaron Kheriaty

Those with economic interests in creating markets for their products—whether vaccines, digital surveillance products, or harvested data—will continue to deploy the carrots and sticks of access to medical care and other services to promote digital IDs.

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COMPACT Magazine / October 27, 2022

Checkmate

Aaron Kheriaty

The CDC finally comes around to acknowledge what I’ve been saying for a year about natural immunity. The University of California’s unjust vaccine mandate no longer has any legal ground to stand on.

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Human Flourishing / August 15, 2022

Biological Gender is Crucial to Medical Practice

David Gortler

EPPC Fellow David Gortler compiled a list of over 100 medical formulas which require the specification of biological gender. The…

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