I was on the Gary Null Show to talk about how the government and media are bombarding us with deceitful vaccine propaganda to gain compliance with policy.
By falsely accusing Congresswoman Ilhan Omar of anti-Semitism, her critics are feeding into the very racist stereotype they claim to be challenging.
A New York Times editorial attacks “anti-vaxxers” as “the enemy”, but it’s the Times editors who are dangerously irrational and ignorant of the science.
In this interview, I talk about how the government and media misinform the public about two important topics: the Israel-Palestine conflict and vaccines.
In this interview, I explain the need for serious discussion about the vaccine issue in the mainstream discourse, which as yet remains nonexistent.
The government and media systematically deceive the public about what science tells us about the risks of getting an influenza vaccine every year.
FactCheck.org claims that the mercury in vaccines is harmless and science has proven vaccines don’t cause autism, but its own key source says otherwise.
“People” magazine tells us the death of a vaccinated girl from the flu is reason for kids to get a flu shot. Here’s why this is drawing the wrong lesson.
Yes, the Fed has increased interest rates; but, no, that doesn’t mean the Fed hasn’t caused another unsustainable housing bubble.
A Medscape article lamenting that almost half of Americans won’t get a flu shot offers a good example of how the public is being lied to about the science.
A Newsweek propaganda piece absurdly lies that vaccination entails no health risks — and that anyone who knows better has no “faith in science”.
The UN ironically commemorates the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People on the anniversary of one of its great crimes against them.
In this interview, I offer logical reasons why an individual might decide NOT to follow the CDC’s recommendation to get a flu vaccine every year.
If some public vaccine policy advocates had their way, you would not be able to exercise your right to informed consent, one of the most fundamental ethics in medicine.
The significance of the 1917 Balfour Declaration is that it set Great Britain on a policy course that ultimately facilitated the Zionists’ ethnic cleansing of Arabs from their homes in Palestine.
Max Fisher in the New York Times purports to explain why thousands of dead Yemenis haven’t sparked US outrage. Instead, he goes out of his way not to.
A Washington Post article maligning people who don’t get a flu shot shows how the media’s reporting on vaccines is public policy advocacy, not journalism.
The CDC’s claim that there were 80,000 flu deaths during the 2017-2018 flu season is based on a mathematical model premised on a highly dubious assumption.
In this interview, I expose a new book on the Israel-Palestine conflict as a hoax and explain how mainstream media propaganda also deceives the public.
In this interview, I share tips as a writer about how to be more productive and otherwise how to be the best you can be at what you do.
Vox gets some things right in its “11 biggest myths about Israel-Palestine” feature, but in the end leaves readers even more misinformed.
Scott Horton interviews me about how the greatest obstacle to peace between Israelis and Palestinians is the US government and how to realize a just peace.
In this interview with Sallie Elkordy of The Mary and Sallie Show, I illuminate numerous concerns about vaccines that the public isn’t being informed about.
Maybe instead of using our children as subjects of a mass uncontrolled experiment, we should work on developing natural herd immunity to H. influenzae.
Trump’s UNRWA funding cut shows how his “deal of the century” is all about coercing the Palestinians into surrendering their rights.
Aaron E. Carroll of the New York Times offers an example of how the media apply different standards when it comes to reporting on vaccine science.
There is an institutionalized bias within the government and medical establishment that elevates public vaccine policy over public health.
Israel wasn’t founded through any kind of democratic process, but through the ethnic cleansing of most of the Arab population from their homes in Palestine.
Sheri Oz attacks my book “Exposing a Zionist Hoax” to sustain the Zionist lie that no Palestinian national movement existed prior to Israel’s establishment.
Israel’s Jewish Nation State Law can’t be a departure from the democratic principles it was founded on for the simple reason that it wasn’t founded on any.