Rand Paul appeared earlier on the Laura Ingraham show and made this claim that vaccinations should be voluntary because of freedom and such. The incredulous CNBC host wasn't sure she'd heard that right, so asked him to clarify his remarks.
Rand Paul appeared earlier on the Laura Ingraham show and made this claim that vaccinations should be voluntary because of freedom and such. The incredulous CNBC host wasn't sure she'd heard that right, so asked him to clarify his remarks. Rand Paul: "The state doesn't own your children. Parents own their children."
The majority of the hosts of the Fox News television show "Outnumbered" on Monday responded to the growing measles outbreak by agreeing that parents should have the right to refuse to vaccinate their children.
Back in the first season of "House", the irascible doctor had some not so kind words for a young mother who had decided not to vaccinate her baby.
Fox Doc Blows Up At Anti-vaxxers Over Measles Outbreak: 'A Million Times More Contagious Than Ebola!'
Fox News medical correspondent Marc Siegel lashed out on Thursday at parents who refused to give their kids vaccines for putting everyone else at risk.
Instead of focusing on a handful of Ebola cases, perhaps we should pay attention to the flu and its devastating results every year.
A Texas megachurch whose leaders have linked vaccines to autism is now asking its members to get immunizations or stay quarantined after an outbreak of measles was traced to the congregation.
"So these cuts are wrong... they're a self-inflicted wound that doesn't have to happen," Obama says.
News of the day, this day in history - report from The United Nations, daily newscast featuring world events. A Dag Hammarskjold Press conference on this day - optimistic over resumption of Nuclear Disarmament talks. West Germany not thrilled. Middle East reported calm. Meetings on Central American Trade. World Health Organization and the recent Cyclone crisis in Ceylon. UN Representative from the U.S. Henry Cabot Lodge to leave on the 28th for month long visit to Iran, Afghanistan and India.
You know what’s never been said? “We should have MORE Republican primary debates.” Why? Because there are (by my count) 734,589 debates this election cycle and not enough hours in the day (spent working harder for less money) to watch eight