Higher number of childhood immunizations resulted in higher rates of infant mortality

I am passionate about this. There are two interrelated issues:

The expressed and unavoidable danger and risks including permanent disability and death inherent in vaccinations…


Every parent’s inalienable right to voluntary informed consent.

If you have not done so please Submit a Formal Public Comment in Opposition to the CDC's Notice of Proposed Rule Making (NPRM) for the Control of Communicable Diseases Rule.
Every voice matters.


My Voice Doesn't Matter

Some argue: “My voice doesn’t matter!” Barbara Loe Fisher, Co-Founder & President of National Vaccine Information Center and I disagree. This is the most serious violation of human rights and civil liberties Barbara has seen in thirty years. “They tried to push through a similar mandate during the Bush Administration. The public outcry was so great they backed down,” said Barbara. “The public does matter but they have been made to believe they don’t.”


There Is No Controversy Over Vaccinations

The issue is Fully Voluntary Informed Consent.

Touch the Future, Kindred and ICPA (International Chiropractic Pediatric Association) are working with NVIC (The National Vaccine Information Center) to protect the sanctity of our children’s health and our civil liberty. Our goal is a modest 5,000 Public Comments at the CDC each week, 20,000 by Mid-October. I posted my comment today.


Solstice 2014

Winter Solstice 2014

I return each winter when the moon is full
and the stars shine bright in the black sky.

I return to a quiet place that has been
in the heart and soul of humanity - forever.

The heavens stand still for just a moment
in this quiet place I’m sure we all feel.

The ever-present cycle of birth, growth, blossoming,
the wisdom of autumn and death of each heartbeat,
breath, each cell, organ, limb, body, tree,
mountain, planet and galaxy dancing the dance
of transformation and renewal,
we are reminded of in this quiet place.


King On The Evil We Fact Today

Martin Luther King and his Viet Nam War.

I was pretty young in the early 60s’ when JFK was politically neutralized. The civil rights movement was no less dramatic. I saw one or two sound bites about something happening in the South. My older sister and brother’s friends were being drafted; protests at Kent State; Viet Nam. I was clueless.

I was also clueless about this guy named Martin Luther King, marching in Birmingham for civil rights. Why, did you know that just a few years ago people of color could not sit next to white folk at the neighbor diner? Children of color had to sit at the back of the bus, could not attend white schools. Imagine that? He had a dream and so must we.