CDC records reveal a startling truth–while no one has died of measles in the US in the last 12 years, 108 have died as a result of the adverse effects of the vaccine in that same time period. The death statistics are recorded by VAERS, which captures only a small percentage of the actual number of deaths and other adverse reactions to the vaccine.
In addition, 96 of the 108 deaths in that 12-year time period were a result of the MMR vaccine, now the preferred shot for measles immunization.
In addition, CDC statistic show measles deaths were rare in the U.S. before the vaccine became widely used.
The adverse reactions to the measles vaccines are much more widespread than death, points out Dr. Lee Hieb, an orthopaedic surgeon and past president of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons who has studied vaccines and written about them in medical journals.
…since 2005 there have been 86 deaths from the MMR vaccine–68 of them children under the age of 3 years old. In addition, there have been nearly 2,000 disabled, according to the VAERS data.
“If you believe absolutely in the benefit and protective value of vaccination, why does it matter what others do?” “Or don’t do? If you believe you need vaccination to be healthy and protected, then by all means vaccinate your child and yourself. Why should you even be concerned what your neighbor chooses to do for his child if vaccinations work. wnd.com/2015/02/measles-vaccines-kill-more-than-measles/
Nope, this is hate speech and should be dealt with as a hate crime. Hate speech is impermissible no? We cannot tolerate hate speech especially from a teacher who has the ability to influence children…..
 September 30, 2014 at 4:53pm
Well, I think you should have the right to do that. It wouldn’t hurt my feelings at all. I wouldn’t even say FU as the other poster said. It is your constitutional right to pursue your own happiness. The free market (a real free market) will take care of all of this.
September 26, 2014 at 1:03pm
The tithe wasn’t just for the Levites, it was also to feed widows and orphans (an orphan by the way, in God’s eyes, is a child without a father), and the stranger among us. People (more specifically the church) don’t pay much attention to widows anymore these days, believe me I know because I am one. The precedent behind the tithe was to help those who needed your support for one reason or another. The precedent still stands and Jesus reinforced it by His teaching.
You are confusing alms with the tithe. Only the tribe of Levi could collect the tithe, and that was never money. I am going strictly by the law, and not emotions.
 September 25, 2014 at 11:45pm
O.K. so at 500 barrels a day you would need 40 mobile refineries to make 2 mil. And who’s running all these refineries? Don’t you need trained people to do this? And do they have mobile rigs as well? Are they just driving all over the desert drilling mobile wells and pumping oil and then refining it and then leaving and going somewhere else? I thought oil was hard to find and it was scarce? And then whose coming and getting refined oil? What are they using to transport it? And who are they selling it to? Something in all of this just doesn’t make sense to me. It’s hard for me to believe this is really happening. I mean how easy is it to refine oil and how easy is it to move a refinery around and a drilling rig as well. Can anyone answer these questions?
 September 12, 2014 at 5:33pm
Here you go, let CBSSports know how you feel about this.
Thank you!! I love it when others post these links so we can express our displeasure at these companies who despise our freedoms and God. Yet, it gladly reaps profits from the very country they despise!!
May 21, 2014 at 4:37pm
You didn’t understand what I said. I didn’t say we shouldn’t have pastors, just that they shouldn’t be given exalted positions because all who follow Jesus are priests and gifted to minister in some way. So I’ll state it in different terms. Here is a quote from the Bible:
Matthew 23:8-12 But do not be called Rabbi; for One is your Teacher, and you are all brothers. And do not call anyone on earth your Father; for One is your Father, He who is in heaven. And do not be called leaders; for One is your Leader, that is Christ. But the greatest among you shall be your servant. And whoever exalts himself shall be humbled; and whoever humbles himself shall be exalted.” You should read the verses before this they will give you more insight. This should have informed you about how Jesus thinks about leaders.
 May 20, 2014 at 4:23pm
This kind of thing is just a symptom of a larger problem. I do not believe the pastor was ever supposed to be exalted to a superior position in the church. They have become like priests in the Catholic church, like little demi-gods. Jesus said if you want to be a leader you must be a servant, if you want to be first you must be last. I do not believe that the Father ever intended for one man (or woman in some cases) was to ever stand up in front of a whole group of people Sunday after Sunday showing off his superior intelligence and giftedness exalting himself above others. The gathering of the saints was for God’s spirit to move in the midst of the congregation through the people (who have all been given spiritual gifts) so He would be exalted and the people would be encouraged. The shepherd or pastor should be there to make sure everything is done in order. We exalt these men and women and then everyone is shocked when they do or say something we believe is incorrect or when they sin. Sometimes we (and they themselves) set them up for a fall by letting these things continue.
I don't think most pastors are trying to show off standing at the pulpit. Nor do I think they are all about exalting themselves. Definitely not my pastor, who is filled with humility.
After all, the apostles went all around the world and established churches. Jesus exhorted them to do so. Apparently he understood that we needed leaders. We needed priests.
My pastor takes scripture passages and relates them to modern challenges. He preaches the Gospel. But he also works very hard serving thousands of people. He puts others before himself all the time. As do many Catholic priests. As do many pastors from any denomination you can name
Are they all that good? No. They sin. Some fail.
But that is the trap for ANY kind of leadership position.
March 27, 2014 at 4:15pm
“He even transforms himself to appear as an angel of light and truth”….sort of like Paul’s experience on the Damascus Road?
March 12, 2014 at 5:00pm
O.K., watched the clip and I have to say I don’t see what this guy is talking about. So there is a guy in a sauna with four small boys, my first thought is a dad with his four sons; what, should mom be in there too? I never took a sauna with my son when he was that age. I mean really some peoples minds are really distorted. I think this guy needs to take a break and gain some perspective. I am no fan of Disney and don’t spend my money on any of their stuff anymore because of their homosexual advancement campaign, but this was a little reactionary in my opinion. Now, however, the comment about the reindeer was way over the top, especially for a kids show. That in itself would make me not take my kids to see this movie.
February 28, 2014 at 1:15pm
Criminals are not famous they are infamous…….
February 1, 2014 at 4:17pm
How funny, you made me laugh! And, I agree with you. Ha Ha another house dropping tornado :)….oh what justice!
January 24, 2014 at 1:58pm
Maybe the Blaze should start a dating site…….:)
February 21, 2013 at 11:53pm
You are definitely worthy of your name……….”Proof that he can not get elected president. Women spend like crazy. So, they’ll never vote for him. That’s how we got Obama twice. They’re all Sandra Flukes at heart.”
February 21, 2013 at 1:29pm
February 7, 2013 at 3:04pm
I agree with you. It’s also time to pass voter id laws in every state in the union or the coming election will be as bad as the last. We need to start now so it’ll be done by 2014.
February 7, 2013 at 2:25pm
This is so cool not only for what this man said but because it is a direct answer to the prayer I’ve (and maybe many others) been praying that God would raise up men and women who would have the courage to speak the truth to Obama and that He would open a door for them to do it…..God is good, prayer is powerful. I continue to pray that prayer that He would raise up many men and women to speak the truth in love to people in high places and if it’s possible that conviction of sin would come to them (sort of like King Nebuchadnezzar acting like a cow for 7 years eating grass in a field before he came to his right mind and recognized who God was).
January 18, 2013 at 3:42pm
Remember Waco……who killed the children there? Never forget and vow to never let it happen again….
October 21, 2012 at 7:30pm
@DMERWIN “The administration should grow a pair”…..That’s probably why Obama asked for a $15M loan from BofA…….