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Oregon Governor Taking Advantage of New CDC Mask Guidelines to Impose Vaccine Passports and a Vaccine Caste System

Some people have celebrated as a signal of the collapse of coronavirus crackdowns the Thursday announcement of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that it is changing its guidance to indicate that people ”fully vaccinated” with experimental coronavirus vaccines need not wear masks indoors or outdoors or engage in so-called social distancing in many circumstances. Hopefully, the celebrating people are right. But, there are politicians out there, including Oregon Governor Kate Brown, who look at the new guidance differently — as a means to exert new types of control over people, including through mandating vaccine passports and a vaccine caste system.
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New York Governor: Impose Discrimination Against Unvaccinated People, Ban Discrimination Against Vaccinated People

Discrimination is good for me but not for you. So declared New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Monday.

Cuomo has imposed large-scale discrimination in New York against people who have chosen not to take experimental coronavirus vaccines. He has done so via actions including putting in place Excelsior Passes that serve as vaccine passports required for entry to certain events and places.
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Lori (Paul) Pyeatt Requiescat in pace

It is with deep sadness that I announce the passing of our beloved friend and colleague, Lori (Paul) Pyeatt. Lori was one of the bravest people I have known, facing down her illness and brawling with it fearlessly rather than surrendering. She was strong like a stone and she gave all of us a great example of how to live our lives in difficult circumstances. She remained tough for the benefit of what mattered to her most: her family.
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Guinea Pigs on Campus

When I was in college, there was a place called Pharmaco in the same city as my university. At Pharmaco students could earn thousands of dollars for doing little.

Here is how it worked. Agree to take some experimental pharmaceutical and to be monitored some, and answer some questions, regarding how you feel. In return, receive a payment.
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