Thank to Bill Maher. He had Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., on to discuss the mercury vaccine documentary Trace Amounts on Friday night. We owe him a debt of gratitude for sharing the secrets that pharma, the AAP, the media, the...
Bill Maher sided with noted anti-vaxxer Robert F. Kennedy Jr. on Friday night's "Real Time"
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is appearing on Real Time with Bill Maher on HBO tonight. "Bill and his roundtable guests – Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Christopher Caldwell, Ana Marie Cox, Liz Mair and Eddie Huang – will answer viewer questions.....
To the editor: Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is sullying his own good name with his demagoguery on the issue of childhood vaccination. ("Robert Kennedy Jr. apologizes for likening vaccine effects to 'holocaust,'" April 13)
Dan Farrell, whose photograph of a young John F. Kennedy Jr. saluting during the 1963 funeral ceremonies for his slain father became one of the most memorable images surrounding the Kennedy assassination, died April 13 at a hospital in Rockville Centre, N.Y. He was 84. Read full article >>
Soon, J.J. Abrams’ adaptation of Stephen King’s 11/22/63 will be coming to the small screen, with the James Franco-starring miniseries set to bow on Hulu sometime this year. Perhaps the story of Kennedy’s death has awakened in Abrams...Show More Summary
He made the controversial remarks while speaking against a bill that would no longer allow parents to keep their children from getting vaccinated. read more
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has apologized for using the word “holocaust” to describe the negative health effects of vaccine programs in the United States at a time when rhetoric in California has boiled over on the issue.
I don’t know, but it’s NYU so I have a guess... Yes, Robert Kennedy Jr. has made headlines again for, as the New Jersey Star Ledger put it in a hard-hitting editorial, “his crazy-talk about a vast government conspiracy to hide the truth that a vaccine ingredient called thimerosal causes childhood autism.” […]
Dan Farrell, the Daily News photographer who captured the iconic image of a young John F.Kennedy Jr. saluting his father's coffin, has died.
By Anne Dachel Robert Kennedy, Jr. has been very vocal across the U.S. opposing bills to end exemptions. Below is a transcript from Kennedy's press conference in Trenton, New Jersey. He focused on the corruption, collusion and malfeasance at the...
A California vaccine bill would require that all school-children receive a vaccination, even if parents object on religious grounds. Some parents are upset because California’s vaccination law would take the choice out of their hands, except when it comes exemptions where a child has certain health problems that may be aggravated by certain vaccines. Show More Summary
Is getting vaccinated a crime like the Holocaust? That’s what Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. reportedly told a crowd before a screening of the film Trace...
Remember when the networks were hyping the fact that Rand Paul and Chris Cristie were sympathetic towards parents skeptical about vaccines for their children in February while ignoring similar statements in the past by Hillary Clinton...Show More Summary
Later today, I’ll be on my way to New York City to take part in the Science-Based Medicine portion of NECSS. I’m very much looking forward to it, not the least because I haven’t been to New York in five years but even more so because I look forward to meeting up with the rest…
Anti-vaccination activist Robert Kennedy Jr. spoke at a screening of a film that continues to spread the misinformation that there is a link between autism and the vaccine preservative thimerosal. [ more › ]
I don’t quite understand Robert Kennedy Jr., smart and dedicated environmental lawyer, scion of a revered political family—and opponent of required vaccinations.
A measure that would eliminate the ability of California parents to keep their children from being immunized except for medical reasons gets its first legislative committee hearing Wednesday as activist Robert F. Kennedy Jr. weighed in on the issue.
Talk about anti-science hysteria. Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. has called the measles vaccine a “holocaust.” From the Sacramento Bee story: When Kennedy asked the crowd of a few hundred viewers how many parents had a child injured by vaccines,...Show More Summary