As the pandemic wanes still further, “emergency” authorizations only become easier.
By Richard Koenig
Mandatory masking hurts students, especially when hypocrisy is involved. It’s time for schools to stop flaunting the same rules they want imposed on children.
By Christine Flowers
Philly’s health department guidance results in segregating unvaccinated children at one Northeast elementary school
There is no formal policy for Philly public schools to separate vaccinated and unvaccinated children. That doesn’t mean it’s not happening.
By Todd Shepherd
Despite an influx of COVID-19 vaccines to Pennsylvania over the past month, the rate of residents 65 and older fully immunized still ranks near the bottom of all 50 states.
By Christen Smith
After weeks of pushback and complaints from Delaware Valley residents and legislators over an ineffective vaccination distribution strategy, the Wolf administration has relented.
By Charlie O’Neill
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