The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons published an article on the ethics of vaccine mandates, citing our letter to Colleges and Universities.
CLDEF joined other pro-gun parties to urge the U.S. Supreme Court to review the virtual total ban on carrying firearms in the State of Hawaii. We urge the Court to overturn the two-step test used in many Second Amendment challenges.
The Center for Medical Freedom, a project of CLDEF, is demanding that Virginia colleges and universities revoke their mandate that students receive dangerous COVID-19 vaccines before returning to school in the fall.
Word letter sent to Public Colleges is here.
WordPerfect letter sent to Public Colleges is here.
PDF letter sent to Public Colleges is here.
Word letter sent to Private Colleges is here.
WordPerfect letter sent to Private Colleges is here.
PDF letter sent to Private Colleges is here.
CORRECTION. The Section I.D. heading states “The VAERS System Now Shows Tremendous Death and Illness from the Disease.” The word “Disease” should have been “Vaccines.”
A second letter was sent to Virginia public colleges and universities asking them to revoke their COVID-19 vaccine mandate and making FOIA requests for important documents (July 6, 2021).
Second Word letter sent to Virginia public colleges is here.
Second WordPerfect letter sent to Virginia public colleges is here.
Second PDF letter sent to Virginia public colleges is here.
A second letter was sent to Virginia private colleges and universities asking them to revoke their COVID-19 vaccine mandate (July 9, 2021).
Second Word letter sent to Virginia private colleges is here.
Second WordPerfect letter sent to Virginia private colleges is here.
Second PDF letter sent to Virginia private colleges is here.
Today, CLDEF joined Gun Owners of America, Inc., and others in filing an amicus brief attacking the constitutionality of a California ban on standard capacity magazines, which the California law mislabels as “Large Capacity Magazines.” The District Court and Ninth Circuit panel both ruled for that the laws were unconstitutional, and the Ninth Circuit granted rehearing en banc. Our brief defends the decision reached by the courts below, but urges the Ninth Circuit to reject its atextual “two-step” test and simply apply the “text, history, and tradition” of the Second Amendment to reach a decision.
Today our motion for leave to file our amicus brief was granted.
CLDEF joined with former U.S. Attorney General Edwin Meese to file an amicus brief today in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit supporting General Michael Flynn. The brief explains that the Attorney General of the United States has responsibility to ensure that no persons are prosecuted for federal crimes which do not exist. We also argue that judges are responsible to obey the requirements of Deuteronomy 1:17, to judge impartially, but they are not responsible for the entire criminal justice system.
The article begins: ” Edwin Meese, former attorney general under President Ronald Reagan, filed his own brief along with the Conservative Legal Defense and Education Fund in support of Flynn. The conservatives’ brief highlights an indelible moment between Flynn and Sullivan in 2018, when the judge said to the defendant in open court, “Arguably, you sold your country out.” Meese argued that the motion to dismiss was unusual, but not extraordinary, and that it is Attorney General William Barr’s responsibility to “terminate a baseless prosecution in the interest of justice.”
CLDEF’s Center for Medical Freedom joined with The Senior Citizens League to oppose the FDA’s latest proposal to impose new controls over homeopathy. The FDA has statutory authority to regulate pharmaceutical “drugs,” but homeopathic remedies are not drugs. Homeopathy is a highly effective, low cost, and no-side-effect alternative method of stimulating the body to cure itself. Homeopathy has been used world wide for two centuries, and is currently being successfully used by millions of Americans, and increasing numbers of senior citizens.
An article published by the CT Mirror today discussed CLDEF’s Supreme Court amicus brief in the Texas Obamacare case.