Colorado Immunization Information System (CIIS) is a database that tracks vaccine uptake on individuals. It is promoted as a service to the public health. Top 10 Consumer Concerns of CIIS Opt-out system Lack of transparency Taxpayer funding CORHIO sharing CDC federal database Circumvents FERPA No recall notifications Coercion Interventions Personal data mining Beyond authority [...]
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Colorado Health Choice Alliance June 28, 2020 SB20-163 has been signed into law, and it will have far-reaching implications for families who choose to exempt from even one vaccine. As we prepare for the coming school year, it is critical that Colorado parents know and understand their rights regarding vaccine exemptions. The purpose of [...]
Senate Bill 20-163 is elitist, discriminatory legislation that should be vetoed by Governor Polis. The Democratic Majority had promised that only bills that were “free, fast, and friendly” would be voted on in the last days of the abbreviated session. SB163 met none of those criteria. And even though many other bills were postponed, [...]
By Pam Long May 20, 2020 A recent vaccine panel highlights the need to be a conscious consumer of media, emerging health guidance, and state health officials. Listen for the Omission In the May 19, 2020 Denver 360 vaccine panel discussion, there are four panelists. Three men promote a non-existent SARS-CoV-2 vaccine, and I (representing [...]
By Pam Long April 13, 2020 The Colorado state health department’s CDPHE COVID-19 Case Data has a flawed focus on cumulative case data, and not the viral arc peak that is critical in pinpointing the decline in the virus which would signal that everyone can resume their normal routines. The following is a sample of [...]
Much of the information contained in this blog is taken from the White Paper: Abortion, the Human Fetal Cell Industry, and Vaccines by Tanya Foster M.A. (Download here.) “Without realizing it, we who have faithfully trusted the recommended vaccine schedule for our children for the better part of six decades have become unwittingly complicit in the [...]
Vaccine Failure. Not Failure To Vaccinate. December 5, 2019 BOULDER— Four Boulder County schools have reported whooping cough outbreaks this week. What they are not reporting on is whether the sickened students have been vaccinated or not. This is an important distinction. In a study published in the Journal of the Pediatric Infectious Diseases Society in [...]
We stepped into the open gash of the Vietnam War Memorial; a somber, sacred space with 58,320 names etched in long triangles of reflective black granite. I had some friends who fought in Vietnam but, thankfully, none of their names are on the wall. Still, we stood there in silence reading names of men we did [...]
School Districts Coerce Students and Teachers to Improve Vaccination Rates November 6, 2019 DENVER— The Colorado Sun and Fox31 ran stories about Littleton, Boulder Valley, and Brighton school districts making plans to exclude students who are non-compliant with Colorado’s immunization laws, unfortunately neither media outlet emphasized that parents who choose not to vaccinate their children simply [...]
Autism is often thought of as a public health issue. But Dr. Toby Rogers shows that the autism epidemic actually begins with what political scientists call “regulatory capture.” Carpenter and Moss (2013) define regulatory capture as “the result or process by which regulation, in law or application, is consistently or repeatedly directed away from the public [...]