Philadelphia’s Wills Eye Hospital played a pioneering role in the development of the now-common procedure.
By Richard Koenig
The public is being told that a trans child’s body is not right, and their brain is. Shouldn’t we at least entertain the possibility that the opposite is true?
By Howard Lurie
Local school districts have adopted policies requiring student athletes to wear masks while playing sports. But neither the science nor common sense explain why it’s helpful and mounting evidence shows why it’s harmful, bordering on barbaric.
By Beth Ann Rosica, Ph.D.
Chris Comisac: We need to push back hard against ‘vaccine passports’ to truly protect our safety and liberty in the face of COVID-19
Any government official, elected or appointed, who seeks to impose so-called “vaccine passports” upon any American needs to give up their position of authority.
By Chris Comisac
“Trust the experts,” we’ve been told. But what if the experts are political actors who have no more competence to deal with the Covid-19 pandemic than any of us?
By Michael Clifford
James Logan — scientist, entrepreneur, Renaissance Man and mentor to Benjamin Franklin — helped establish Philadelphia and make it a hub of Enlightenment thought. His life has been largely forgotten, but he impacted the course of our region.
By Logan Chipkin