Over the last decade in the United States, the deaths of over 100 children — at the very least — have been linked to receiving a measles vaccine, compared with zero children dying from the disease itself, according to the U.S. government’s own compiled data. Put another way, an American child would have been infinitely more likely to die after receiving a measles shot, percentage-wise, than from getting the actual measles in the last 10 years. Thousands have suffered from adverse reactions. The explosive numbers have massive implications for public health efforts, analysts said.
It has become a ritual of American politics that every three or four years, as the presidential hopefuls proceed at varying speeds and momentum toward the toward the starting gate of the world’s longest marathon, one or more of the Republican candidates will be asked if he or she believes in evolution. For Scott Walker, the big question on the science pop quiz came last week on the other side of the Atlantic.
In an interview taped on February 13 with Chris Wallace, anchor of Fox News Sunday, Speaker of the House John Boehner said he cannot promise the American people that funding for the Department of Homeland Security will not run out.
In its latest broadsice against the Second Amendment, the ATF declared that "green tip" M855 “ball ammunition” chambered in 5.56 mm is now “armor piercing” and can no longer be manufactured, imported, or sold in the United States.