COVID-19: What’s in Your Mask?

If you are planning to pull out your mask again as some jurisdictions consider new mandates, you might want to ask what it’s made of. Many have been found to release toxic levels of TVOCs (toxic volatile organic compounds, as the graph below illustrates. The figure comes from a South Korean study shared on the […]

AAPS News August 2023 – Transitioning America

 Volume 79, no. 8  August 2023 An attempt to transition America—to bring about Barack Obama’s promised “fundamental transformation”—is well underway. The rainbow “Pride” flag is replacing the Stars and Stripes in places like schoolrooms, and even the cross in some churches. As our identity is rooted in the past, change agents are tearing down monuments […]

AAPS Opposes NJ Board of Education Anti-Science Vote to Enact Harmful “Equity Code”

August 15, 2023 Dear Members of the New Jersey State Board of Education, This letter details our opposition to the anti-scientific and unethical amendments to school “equity” requirements passed by the board on August 2, 2023.[i] Among other changes, the approved amendments attempt to redefine and even erase the terms “male” and “female.” We, the […]

List of Clinton Health Care Task Force Briefing Books

Academic Health Centers – Administrative Costs – Aids – Benefits – Department of Defense Medical Programs – Disabled Care – Erisa Issues – Ethical Foundations – Federal Employees Health Care – Health Care Fraud – Global Budgets – Index to Briefing Books – […]

AAPS v Clinton Floppy Disks

243 floppy disks containing documents created by the Health Care Task Forcewere obtained from the National Archives. Many of the files on these disk are of unknown format and are thus unreadable. There are also many duplicate files found on these disks. The readable contents of these floppy disks can be found, in PDF format, […]

Aug 24 Webinar: Criminal Forensic Psychiatry – insanity and beyond

In criminal forensic psychiatry, things aren’t always what they seem. So, AAPS is pleased to invite you to the next installment of our Doctors Are In webinar series that will explore the twists and turns of this field, through a look at real world cases, including a case where our presenter went head-to-head with Trey Gowdy, the famous South […]

AAPS News July 2023: Artificial ‘Intelligence’

  The fear of annihilation by machine has a long history. Fritz Lang’s 1927 silent film Metropolis was an early example. Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: a Space Odyssey was based on Arthur C. Clark’s 1951 story “The Sentinel.” In Ridley Scott’s 1982 Blade Runner, a former police officer, who is tasked with “retiring” illegal humanoids, learns […]

The Exclusion Culture

Corporations, universities, and medical societies talk constantly about diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). But the other side of inclusion is exclusion, and the two always go together. According to a Twitter post, a 16-year-old girl complained about a naked man in the girls’ locker room. When not parading around naked, he allegedly sat on a […]

AAPS Position Statement on Forced Organ Harvesting

The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, a national organization of physicians and surgeons in all specialties, founded in 1943, issues the following statement: There is overwhelming evidence that by the authority of the Chinese Communist Party, which holds absolute power in China, members of the Chinese Communist Party have arrested Falun Gong practitioners, Uyghurs, […]

Hospital Mergers Trigger Antitrust Concerns in Sham Peer Reviews of Physicians

In recent decades, hospitals have increasingly merged and acquired physician practices. “In the quest to create larger and more robust monopolies, some hospitals are using sham peer review to remove the last remnants of independent physicians practicing in hospitals,” writes Lawrence Huntoon, M.D., Ph.D., in the summer issue of the Journal of American Physicians and […]