AnneMarie Schieber

AnneMarie Schieber is a research fellow at The Heartland Institute and managing editor of Health Care News, Heartland's monthly newspaper for health care reform.
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Group Bypasses Big Tech Censors to Promote Vaccine Informed Consent

“They can’t be censored, however, there have been billboard companies that have refused to put them up,” said Brase. 

Unvaccinated Nurse Explains Why She Had to Quit

 “To me, this was the only decision I could make and sleep at night. I feel like I’m living in an alternate universe.  When did we lose the right to make decisions about our health?”

California’s Newsom Requires Students to be Vaccinated

California has some of the nation’s strictest vaccine requirements in the nation. It is one of only a handful of states that does not allow parents the option of keeping their children from being inoculated for religious reasons or “personal beliefs, ” and keeps tabs on physicians who write medical exemptions.

Government Fear Campaign Turning People Off to Vaccines – New Poll

Seventy-four percent indicated they would be opposed to getting the vaccine if not getting it meant some kind of financial penalty.

Physicians Fight COVID-19 Tyranny with Declaration

“This is not medicine. These policies may actually constitute crimes against humanity.”

Attorney: No Law Allows Forced Vaccination

(LifeSiteNews) An Ohio-based attorney told LifeSiteNews that vaccine mandates, whether put in place by private companies or the federal government, are not on a sound legal footing. Thomas Renz, who is representing healthcare workers...

Biden Mandates Vaccines in Wake of FDA Approval

"The President of the United States should be defending our liberties, not playing the role of dictator doctor."

AMA’s Woke Platform Drives Effort to Form Alternative Group

“Seldom have I read a more destructive, divisive, and inflammatory document by a professional organization, and I have never been more ashamed of being associated with the American Medical Association at any time in my career.”

To Prevent Their Kids from Being Socially Awkward, More Parents Opt to Homeschool

Warning: Satire ahead Many parents are concerned that their kids could grow up to be poorly adjusted socially after COVID-19. The kind of school a kid goes to of course can have a massive...

Masks on Kids Defy the Facts – Commentary

"We have known since the beginning of the pandemic that children are the least likely to spread COVID, the least likely to be harmed by COVID, and the most likely to be harmed from COVID-restrictions."

AnneMarie Schieber

AnneMarie Schieber is a research fellow at The Heartland Institute and managing editor of Health Care News, Heartland's monthly newspaper for health care reform.

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