To beat them into conformity, mandates have been applied. Their access to hospitals and restaurants and the border between Canada and the US have been blocked. Proposals have been afoot keeping them from traveling, the infamous “vaccine passpor
Category: Pandemic Journal
A collection of essays on the COVID pandemic.
Federalism — Or Intentional Chaos
If it wasn’t for federalism, we would never have learned that lockdowns do not work, that children need to see our faces, that people need to worship, that fans need to cheer at the stadium, that people need to work.
Faith (Part II)
Will Christianity survive the pandemic? A follow up report on how church communities have fared during the pandemic.
Faith is “the confidence of things unseen, the assurance of all things hoped for.” Ironic that faith is tested, strengthened when it encounters the unknowable or uncontrollable.
The Big Surprise
Parents, able to stay at home, will push for home schooling alternatives as well as more flexibility with the learning environme