David G. Bjornstrom


David G. Bjornstrom is a Santa Rosa, CA-based attorney at law with 36 years specializing in business, estate and tax law. He may be reached at david@catholicbusinessjournal.biz.



Articles:

Is The Vaccine Moral?

December 30, 2020

Since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, we have seen time and again just how much the so-called "experts" don't know. There have been ongoing disagreements among medical researchers and the public health community with their ever-changing predictions. The experts...

What Is Responsible Voting?  

October 20, 2020

Since we are responsible for the actions of those we elect, how should we vote when there is no perfect candidate? Obviously, the same way we make other prudential decisions in an imperfect world… we prioritize and weigh competing issues...

History And Racism- Who Are The Racists?

August 10, 2020

We hear a lot these days about systemic or institutionalized racism, especially in connection with the police and persisting economic disparity between races. Protesters say historical racism is so embedded in our western culture that we need to erase symbols...

Contact Tracing, Mandatory Smartphone Apps And China

June 16, 2020

As our society gradually unwinds the Covid-19 shutdowns and people reenter the public workforce, we’re seeing new government efforts to “protect” us whether we like it or not. This increasingly involves mandatory health screenings and various forms of technology-assisted "contact...

Do Shutdowns Save Lives?

May 20, 2020

We have been “socially distanced” now for more than two months with widespread mandatory business closures. The purpose of this was to slow the spread of the Coronavirus, “flatten the curve” so that our hospitals will not be overwhelmed and...

Working Our Way Back

May 5, 2020

We all agree on the need to start reopening the economy, and our lives in general, as soon as possible to avoid a cascading array of catastrophes—major economic problems, business failures, unemployment, depression, domestic problems, suicides, possible food shortages, increased...