Research confirms what moms already know

Levi Quackenboss

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Now there’s something you don’t see everyday…

No, wait. We actually do see it everyday. We see it in our daily lives, we see it in our neighbor’s kids, we see it in the CDC’s own #teamvax photo.

We all know the Gigantic Autism Forehead. They weren’t born with it.

All of our born-normal babies had normal heads with circumference measurements that plot somewhere around the 50th percentile. That means that at the two-month vaccine appointment your baby’s head was clocking in at a normal 40 centimeters.

But then sometime after the 6-month vaccine appointment you might have noticed your child had a slight resemblance to Baby Frankenstein. Rather than growing the usual 2 to 4 centimeters in that time, his head has expanded by 6 or 7 centimeters, and now he’s off the growth chart completely, or hovering just at the 99th percentile so your doc says he’s 

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Vaccine Risk Skepticism

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VACCINE RISK appears to be, to some media outlets, as mythological as Bigfoot.  This, in spite the fact that the SCOTUS ruled that vaccines are “unavoidably unsafe“; in spite of the fact that >$3USBillion has been paid out by Vaccine Court for vaccine injuries; in spite of the fact that Vaccine Court, with a great deal of hubris, has decreed a fixed number and type of recognizable vaccine injuries, including encephalopathy, which they have ruled 83 times can lead to autism.

Today, we’re going to take a look at responsible vs. irresponsible media reporting on Vaccine Risk.  I’m calling out the Vaccine Risk Skeptics and the Vaccine Risk Denialists.

When Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. told them media that he was asked by President Trump to lead a Commission on Vaccine Safety Science an Science Integrity, the media had an all-out freak fest of reactionary push-back reporting.  With…

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@realDonaldTrump A letter from parents of the vaccine injured

Levi Quackenboss

Dear Donald,

Remember this?

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So do we. Thank you for meeting with Vaxxed director Dr. Andrew Wakefield. He is the voice for so many of the vaccine injured.

But many parents on our side, both those supported you in this presidential run and those who did not, are afraid that you’re going to go the way of Obama once you’re in the White House. They remember his campaign promises about the right to know if our food has been genetically modified, which dragged out for eight years and finally ended with him signing the Monsanto Protection Act while he and his family ate out of an organic garden— and he handed out federal appointments to any Big Ag honchos who complained about it.

They remember how one of his White House attorneys— autism dad Michael Strautmanis— rounded up autism parent activists in 2007 and promised them that…

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An Experience with Vaccination Gatekeepers, Brian Martin

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Author Information: Brian Martin, University of Wollongong, bmartin@uow.edu.au

Martin, Brian. “An Experience with Vaccination Gatekeepers.” Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 5, no. 10 (2016): 27-33.

The PDF of the article gives specific page numbers. Shortlink: http://wp.me/p1Bfg0-3fZ

Please refer to:

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Image credit: Jennifer Moo, via flickr

For those promoting vaccination, one option is censoring critics, but this could be counterproductive. The response of editors of two journals suggests that even raising this possibility is unwelcome.

Background

For several years, I have been writing about the Australian vaccination…

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The Slaughtering of our Constitutional Rights

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JOHN STUART MILL is sometimes attributed with the quote “Your right to swing your fist ends where my nose begins”.  In reality, the quote seems to have arisen during prohibition protests.

Everyone understands that there are times when individuals must be called upon to secure our liberties and rights as a nation, at the risk of cost to individuals. The military draft, for example, is seen by many as a necessary evil from time to time, but even the de facto suspension of individual liberties during the draft is seen as extraordinary – no draft would be acceptable during a non-emergency period. The draft, for example, would never have been acceptable during Bush’s elective war in Iraq.

Lately there have been moves on the part of governments and other organizations to reduce, limit, or remove individual liberties and rights, and a full accounting of which rights are impinged in…

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