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Documents stored at Bailiwick Wordpress at new page called Research Files
Also new court rulings on federal mandates, and a Lions for Liberty link.
To clear out some storage on my iPad, I uploaded to my Wordpress Bailiwick News Archives site, about 100 documents I had downloaded over the past couple of years.
I saved the documents because of the increasing disappearance of records containing evidence and analysis that contradicts official government-corporate propaganda narratives.
I posted a partial list of these records here at SubStack in early October, but the titles listed didn’t have live links to the source documents, because SubStack doesn’t have a document storage feature.
So there’s a new page there called Research Files, that contains a chronological collection of scientific papers, reports and essays on the science, politics and morality of Covid, lockdowns, masking and mRNA injections, collected between Spring 2020 and Fall 2021.
Each link goes to the source document, which is now stored in the Bailiwick Wordpress media database (in addition to most of them still being available at their original publishers’ sites).
All of them were available for free when I downloaded them originally; they were not behind paywalls.
That doesn’t mean they will be there forever. Platforms like Wordpress can get shut down and disappeared as easily as individual records can be removed from the Internet, due to censorship, copyright issues or many other reasons.
So if you have a quick look at the list and are particularly interested in something there, please download the PDF to your own hard drive or print it out on paper for your own files.
Constitutional checks on executive power
Having started reading a limited amount of online news again, I think it’s very good that some federal courts are striking down federal mandates forcing employers to force non-consensual medical treatment on workers using the threat of job loss for noncompliance by workers and the threat of federal-funding and federal-contract loss for noncompliance by employers.
A good explainer of the recent Missouri District Court ruling is at Coffee & Covid, written by attorney Jeff Childers.
Of special note, the judge found that the mandates fail the “rational basis” test and are “arbitrary and capricious” based on the court’s review of the factual evidence.
At long last, courts are looking at the facts, not just accepting government claims and rejecting the plaintiffs claims without reviewing and assessing the credibility of the evidence.
I’m hoping and praying that more courts follow the lead of the Missouri District Court.
Lions for Liberty
Also, Penn Staters and other readers may be interested in the work of the Lions for Liberty group.
I’m not involved with the group personally because I’ve shifted my time and attention priorities to geopolitical and geo-religious issues in my reading and writing, but I do support their goals.