It is a dangerous practice: Government, corporations, universities, news outlets and “experts” curating our information so that we cannot access, see or believe that which they determine we should not access, see or believe. If anyone had suggested to Orwell, or the American founders, that we would invite this sort of manipulation and control of […]
The Massachusetts state legislature is considering removing vaccine religious exemptions. That’s according to Vera Sharav and Dr. Meryl Nass of the pro-vaccine safety Alliance for Human Research Protection. If vaccine religious exemptions are removed, many Massachusetts children would not be allowed to “opt out” of the childhood vaccination schedule on religious grounds. Dr. Nass argues […]
The following is a news analysis. Many U.S. government and health officials have avoided addressing rising incidences of infectious disease outbreaks among vaccinated children. These officials choose instead to stay on the vaccine industry narrative of heaping blame on those who are partly vaccinated or unvaccinated. Click here for links to CDC resources, and Attkisson […]
This Sunday on Full Measure, we will be running a replay of what I think is the most important vaccine-autism report this year. It tells how the government’s own pro-vaccine medical expert, a world-renowned pediatric neurologist, concluded — based on scientific studies and other scientific information — that vaccines can cause autism, after all, in […]
I’ve done quite a bit of reporting about how Wikipedia is definitely not “the encyclopedia anyone can edit.” It’s become a vehicle for special interests to control information. Agenda editors are able to prevent or revert edits and sourcing on selected issues and people in order to control the narrative. Watch Sharyl Attkisson’s TedX talk […]
A response sets the record straight after a doctor’s propaganda-filled Letter to the Editor.
A fact check of the 2019 measles outbreak amid a near-hysterical media environment.
Links to various vaccine and medical resources and stories that are otherwise difficult to find in one place.