Apologies: Offit-Haley Debate

Earlier today a video was posted showing a debate between Dr. Paul Offit and Dr. Boyd Haley set up by the makers as a virtual debate between the two gentlemen about the autism-vaccine debate. The video was removed due to indications of bias on the part of the video’s makers not originally noticed. Upon further…

Alternet Colludes With Anti-Vaccine Movement

Author and scientist Hank Campbell looks into the heavy collaboration between the Left’s most strident, outlandish online publication, Alternet, and the anti-vaccine movement: Given the political demographic of the webzine Alternet and its anti-science mentality, it’s not a huge surprise that its contributors are in common cause with the Russians and others who are merchants…

NJ vaccine vote sparks outrage from parents

With religious exemptions on the rise in the state, New Jersey may make it harder for kids to skip vaccines for religious reasons. About a dozen or so parents stood up and started screaming during a legislative committee hearing after the bill passed. This is a real mature way for these parents to make their…

Anti-Vaxx Mom Tries Emotional Blackmail on Daughter

Ideologues tend to not only seek to indoctrinate their kids and advocate their policies among family members and friends, but will also engage in emotional blackmail too. According to the UK Daily Mail, that is what happened when an anti-vaccine mother took to Facebook to relay her despair because her 19 year old daughter decided…

Aussie School Teacher Advocates Sharing Measles

A private school teacher and mother of two in Victoria, Australia is the subject of controversy surrounding her recent advocacy of sharing measles on a anti-vaccine group Facebook page. This after a warning was issued by health authorities of a measles outbreak in Dandenong that took place earlier last month. Due to the number of…

Facebook Is A Haven For Anti-Vaccine Movement

No matter what Mark Zuckerberg or the folks at Facebook do, unfortunately, there is little that can be done to stop the spread of misinformation. The Washington Post reports citing a study done by sociologists in Australia, that the anti-vaccine movement has been able to cluster in Facebook groups but seems to have become a…