My Evening With Ian Lipkin and Mady Hornig…

As an attorney I learned that people often don’t readily tell the truth.  Especially when they have done the wrong thing…

By Kent Heckenlively, JD

Federal Court documents say:

“Throughout their professional relationship, Lipkin made clear that he expected Plaintiff to be his largely-silent and always subservient partner, forced to work almost exclusively on his projects and to give him undue credit for her own work, to the detriment of her own professional growth, stature in their shared field, and productivity.” 

That’s why my approach was always to ask questions, listen to the answers, and act as if I totally got what they were saying. You’ve probably seen the same act on pretty much every cop show.

But what I was REALLY doing was seeing how they answered the questions.

You see, among lawyers, the LOGICAL presumption is that if you catch them lying about ONE THING, you’re probably going to catch them LYING about a LOT of other things.

If you catch them acting ABNORMAL OR CORRUPTLY in one circumstance, you have a window into how they’re likely to act in similar circumstances.

On the night of September 19, 2013 I spent time with Ian Lipkin and Mady Hornig at a small cocktail party in Manhattan.  

I knew who they were and they knew who I was.  I had HOPED that there was the possibility of making movement in answering important questions about chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) and autism.

In light of Mady Hornig’s lawsuit against Ian Lipkin and Columbia University, it is interesting to review my visit with the two of them.

I have ALWAYS believed that if my enemies want to end this war, I will be happy to go the extra mile for peace and truth.  Some of my fellow autism activists thought it was a fool’s errand.  But I always like to get an up-close look at my enemy.  Sometimes I will discover I have misjudged them.  Other times I will realize that there is no way we can be allies and that there is only ONE Way all of this will end.

I give you the account of my night with Ian Lipkin and Mady Hornig as detailed in my book, INOCULATED: How Science Lost its Soul in Autism.

“I must confess that I was nervous as I dressed in my New York hotel room for what was billed as a “Cocktail Reception to Celebrate the Work of The Center for Infection and Immunity Featuring W, Ian Lipkin, M.D., Columbia University, Mailman School of Public Health – Hosted by Emanuel Stern at the SoHo Grand Hotel, 310 West Broadway, New York City.”  I couldn’t help but feel like some barbarian tribal leader, summoned by Caesar to Rome for an audience.  I dressed in black and when I looked at myself in the mirror thought I looked a little like Luke Skywalker in Return of the Jedi, surrendering myself to Darth Vader to be taken to the Death Star.  I mean, isn’t that what heroes are supposed to do?  Venture into the very lair of the enemy?  Luke at the Death Star?  Frodo and Sam at Mount Doom?

Soho Grand Hotel – New York City

I took a cab to the SoHo Grand Hotel, entered the lobby, got directions to where the event was being held, and made my way to the location.  I opened the doors, expecting to see some grand ballroom, but instead saw a cramped little space with six to seven tables, a buffet and drink table set up at the back with folders on the work of the center, along with some cute little blue plastic circular hand sanitizers emblazoned with the crest of the Center for Infection and Immunity as well as a line drawing of a microscope, and a podium with microphone at the front for the speakers.  There were maybe thirty people in the room.  I’d seen bigger crowds at a PTA meeting.  “This is the grand citadel of science?” I thought to myself.

Looking around the room I quickly identified Mady Hornig.  She is an attractive woman, with a lean, angular face, surrounded by ringlets of dark hair.  I made my way over to her and introduced myself.

She smiled broadly, cocked her head a little to the side, and extended a hand.  “Kent!  It’s so nice to finally meet you!”

“Really?” I asked, with a laugh.  “It’s nice to meet me?”

“Yes.  Why not?”

“Well, I’ve written articles which have criticized some of your research.”

“Were they mean?  Or rude?”

“I don’t think so.  I didn’t make it personal.”

“Then we don’t have a problem.”

“Okay, Mady, I’ve got a question I wanted to ask you for years.”

I paused for a moment and she gave me a look which seemed to say, “Proceed.”

“I consider your article, ‘The Neurotoxic Effects of Thimerosal are Mouse Strain Dependent’ to be one of the most important papers in autism.  But you published that in 2004 and now it’s 2013.  Why no other papers?”

She rolled her eyes and said, “You don’t know?”


She proceeded to tell me that after the publication of her paper, a blogger named Autism Diva had published many articles criticizing her work, referring to it as the “Rain Mouse” experiments[i] and it had caused her a great deal of difficulty with the Columbia administration.  “I felt like I was under probation for like five years after that paper came out.”

“Did this Autism Diva person have any academic credentials that would make the administration sit up and take notice?” I asked.


“And they listened to her?”


Continue reading My Evening With Ian Lipkin and Mady Hornig…

Why Are Liberal Democrats Trembling Over the Idea of a VACCINE SAFETY COMMISSION?

Because Vaccines are Neither Safe Nor Effective…

And an Empowered Federal Commission Would Reveal THAT In It’s First Month of Operation…

And THEN What?


Opinion by Consumer Advocate Tim Bolen

America has been awakened to the fact that the US Vaccine Program, both for children and adults, is a massive money-generating, but deadly, dangerous, hoax.  Autism is but ONE of the problems vaccines cause.

It is likely that the anti-vaxxer movement in the US steered the presidential election towards Donald Trump – there is so much interest.

President Trump, before the inauguration, talked to Robert F. Kennedy Jr about he, Kennedy, heading up such a Vaccine Commission.  Kennedy said he would.  And, the liberal media began its shrill whining…

A keening of fear…

So let’s look at what will happen.

Do Federal Commissions Have Any Real Power?

Oh yeah – they certainly do.

Historically, Commissions in the United States have played prominent roles in US decision making.  They come in different colors and sizes, and can have different functions depending on how they are originally set up, and by whom.  Below I’ll show you some samples…

Continue reading Why Are Liberal Democrats Trembling Over the Idea of a VACCINE SAFETY COMMISSION?

Update On The US Stem Cell Wars…

“To date, embryonic stem cell research has not produced a single medical treatment, where ethical, adult stem cell research has produced some 67 medical miracles.”  Vice President – Mike Pence

David A. Steenblock, B.S  M.S., D.O.

There is a war raging over adult (nonembryonic) stem cell use by licensed physicians right here in the USA…

It basically pits self-styled dogmatic skeptics, federally funded university researchers & research centers, the FDA, various medical groups and organizations, and some individual mainstream practitioners against hundreds of licensed MDs and DOs (and thousands of patients) who want to use the patient’s own stem cells to treat various afflictions, most being chronic in nature.

For those of us in the trenches doing stem cell medicine (Stem Cell Warriors), today’s tug-of-war is not only not news, but we saw the clouds gathering on the horizon back at the dawn of the new millennia.

It is a familiar story in the evolution of medicine: genuine innovation carries some low risk unknowns which prompts regulators and guardians of the status quo to seek to control and contain it, ostensibly to protect patients from harm.

Strident voices…

Not surprisingly, the most strident voices advocating regulating innovation (progress) in adult stem cell use has invariably included federally funded laboratory scientists, ivory tower bioethicists, and others who have blinders on when it comes to how to effectively deliver low risk new therapies to the clinic.

Most display an arrogant disregard for suffering patients who have few or no treatment options, or else yammer on about how they are really protecting them from the horrors of “Wild West stem cell doctors” who just do whatever they want and this for the money involved – Never mind the fact they leave many of these suffering people no recourse but to rely on ineffective or marginally effective treatments by mainstream doctors, most of which have side or adverse effects that one never sees in patients given properly done in-office adult stem cell therapies).

I challenge you to look up the incidence of side effects that the average FDA approved drug has and to compare that number with the number of side effects and deaths that have occurred with the use of stem cells derived from the same patient’s body (autologous)!

Continue reading Update On The US Stem Cell Wars…

Out With the Bad, In With The Good!

Note from Tim Bolen – I have been involved with cutting-edge health care people for 30 plus years.  The author I have recruited here for the BolenReport is an expert in,
among other things,  Adult Stem Cell Therapies.  His book, “Umbilical Cord Stem Cell Therapy: The Gift of Healing from Healthy Newborns,” is an excellent entrance into the world of stem cells, and their existing and potential uses.

I have asked him to do answer three questions in his article series:  (1) Why is the US health care system so bad? and (2) Why are adult stem cells, which repair damage to the body, being almost blocked for use in the US?, and (3) Would Adult Stem Cells reverse vaccine damage (autism)?

Let’s see what he has to say in the FIRST article in his series…

“My doctor told me to stick with things backed up by hard science”

David A. Steenblock, M.S., D.O.


As an integrative medicine expert with over forty years of practice under my belt, I cannot begin to count the times a patient came into my office and said, “I almost didn’t come in to see you, Dr. Steenblock, mainly because my regular doctor said what you do is not backed up by hard science (MORE LIKELY HE HAS NOT A CLUE ABOUT ANYTHING I DO). He also emphasized that I should stick with doctors whose practices are hard science based like his.”

There is a perverse, persuasive logic to this “we have it, they don’t” line of reasoning. The fact is though that conventional medicine’s claim that almost all of the things they do is indisputably predicated on hard science is a fallacy. I knew this forty years ago — spoke of it often down through the ensuing years — and am still doing so albeit with one difference: There is now a chorus of voices from within the world of standard medicine and science saying the same thing.

One fairly recent example: In 2011 an article titled Health Care Myth Busters: Is There a High Degree of Scientific Certainty in Modern Medicine? appeared in Scientific American in which the authors,  Sanjaya Kumar, MD, MSc, MPH  and David B. Nash, MD, MBA, stated:

We could accurately say, “Half of what physicians do is wrong,” or “Less than 20 percent of what physicians do has solid research to support it.” Although these claims sound absurd, they are solidly supported by research that is largely agreed upon by experts. Yet these claims are rarely discussed publicly. It would be political suicide for our public leaders to admit these truths and risk being branded as reactionary or radical. Most Americans wouldn’t believe them anyway.

Continue reading Out With the Bad, In With The Good!


The Key Words Here are “Affordable” and “That Works.”

Why Do Republicans Hate ObamaCare?  Why Do Democrats Love it? Can Trump Fix it?

Opinion by Consumer Advocate Tim Bolen

US Health Care is NOT Going to Be Fixed Without Some Radical Changes.

All throughout the Presidential Election process we heard arguments over what’s called “ObamaCare” (The Affordable Care Act).  Strangely, there was little detail about was REALLY right or wrong with the system, nor exactly how to fix it – just a lot of hyperbole.

What Do We Really Know About “ObamaCare”?

The Good Parts – people who could not previously get access to health care actually got that access.

The Bad Parts – (1)  Mandatory purchase – Everyone had to buy a Health Care Plan.  (2)  What is offered (mandated) is basically expensive junk.

Yes, you read that right – “expensive junk.”

The REALLY BAD Parts – Costs started to rise exponentially.  Plan costs, already high, doubled.

Why is “ObamaCare” failing? 


Continue reading We ALL need AFFORDABLE Health Care THAT WORKS…

“Pea-Brained PhD” – A Tale of Pro-Vaxxer Fear…

Opinion by Consumer Advocate Tim Bolen 

Too often we, here, on the BolenReport, and other publications, talk about the problems of North American Health Care without pointing out, to our readers, that in the Health Freedom Movement WE WIN ALL OF THE TIME…

Part of the reason we win is that we openly communicate problems.  And, when we do that there is an effect.  We start the ball rolling.

Probably the biggest effect, right now, is that we have driven most of our front-line opposition into hiding – and that is a very important point.

So why, for example, are the supposedly “pro-vax, etc.,” people hiding?  When you hunt them down, and drag them out into the light, all becomes evident.  Look what we found when we examined nitwit David Gorski (Orac)’s network.

There is NO QUESTION that the monstrous Anti-Vax Movement is scaring the crap out of those that pretend to think that vaccines are safe and effective.  Step outside and smell the fear in the air.  The signs are everywhere.

Get ready to laugh  – I have another story about frustrated pro-vax snivelers to entertain you with.  We are dragging another batch of life’s detritus out into the light…


Continue reading “Pea-Brained PhD” – A Tale of Pro-Vaxxer Fear…

Throwing Gasoline on the Wikipedia Fire…

Opinion by Consumer Advocate Tim Bolen 

I want to apologize to everyone that are submitting “Comments” to the BolenReport and not seeing them pop up instantly.

I was inundated with “skeptic” crap – and decided to “monitor” all of the Comments.  Since I have meetings, and other obligations, sometimes it is hours before I can get back to the Comment queue.  Please, don’t go away – just put them there.  They will appear.

Or you can send them to my email address.  The information I am getting is WOW!!

As you know the “skeptics” live in a different world than those of us brought up with a kindness, and caring, family oriented Judeo-Christian Ethic.  Their “Comments” are not something normal people would want to see, or hear.  I think that if someone were to do what they do in a Public Park on a Saturday, the police would come, and take them away.  Why is their behavior condoned on the internet?

As you know, Meryl Dorey, of the Australian Vaccination Network (AVN) was threatened with rape, mutilation, and death by the “skeptics.”

They sent Meryl, in her site’s “Comments” section, homosexual pornography, a photo of a white-woman-being-ripped-in-half-while-being-raped-by-a-black-man, and more.  They also, of course, called her home and threatened her children with burning her house down in the middle of the night..  You can review that horror story here.

I have to protect my readers from that.

The “skeptic” that made those “burn your house down” threats was given the Australian Skeptics top award for his work… Continue reading Throwing Gasoline on the Wikipedia Fire…

Is Wikipedia Controlled by the Scum/Filth “Skeptics?” Or is Something Else Going On Here?

Opinion by Consumer Advocate Tim Bolen 

There is no question that Wikipedia is not our friend.  It is obviously “SkepticGrand Dragon Home Base.  Sifting though Wikipedia articles on health care is like being forced to listen to convicted pedophiles talk about their “conquests.”

Wikipedia Health articles are THAT horrible.

And, of course,  when we study the “skeptic” leadership,  and management picture, how that horror happens, becomes obvious.

I am a well known Crisis Management Consultant in health care.  One of the tactics I use on behalf of clients is to set up campaigns that include, among other things, litigation.  So, of course, it should be no surprise I am looking at what litigation, and PR campaign, would be necessary to bring Wikipedia down – just simply destroy it.  Get it off the internet.  Why destroy it?  Because they have been asked nicely, time and time again to fix problems – and they answer with nastiness.

Frankly, I think it is time to just shut it down.  Wikipedia has failed.  It is simply a propaganda tool for the unwashed.

Can We Actually Destroy Wikipedia?

Of course we can.  The whole Wikipedia thing is a sleight-of-hand trick, with Jimmy Wales pretending he has done something wonderful with five and ten dollar “contributions” from millions of people.  That’s bullshit…

The real money behind Wikipedia, I think, is the HUGE anonymous “contributions” that Jimmy never mentions.  And, I think, Jimmy is completely controlled by those contributors. Continue reading Is Wikipedia Controlled by the Scum/Filth “Skeptics?” Or is Something Else Going On Here?

The Forces are Gathering…

Opinion by Consumer Advocate Tim Bolen 

(1)  Every time I do an Exposé piece I get people telling me, or sending me, more information.  After I wrote “Mike Adams (Natural News) Attacks Skeptics’ Center Point…,”  was no exception.

And, the stuff I got was terrific.

Robin Aris, up in Northern California, pointed out that, in my article about Mike Adam’s attack on the “skeptics”  I didn’t go far enough explaining who Loren Pankratz’s “False Memory Syndrome” buddy Ralph Underwager was.

Robin said:

“According to several sources, Ralph Underwager, is also a former official of the North American Man/Boy Love Association (NAMBLA). His interview with Paidika in 1993 is truly disturbing. Are any of the ‘skeptics’ not perverts defending perverts?”

Robin also sent me this video interview of Underwager from 60 Minutes – Australia.  And it’s an “Oh my!” video. Continue reading The Forces are Gathering…

Mike Adams (Natural News) Attacks Skeptics’ Center Point…

Opinion by Consumer Advocate Tim Bolen 

Right after the American Civil War a group was formed, calling itself the Ku Klux Klan.  It’s purpose was to attack, from a position of secrecy, those they hated; wanted disenfranchised (held down) on the American scene.  Their primary tactic, was the use of the white-sheet-with-eyeholes – a device to provide anonymity for the haters and generate high levels of fear in their victims.

White-robed at night – solid citizen by day.  Their targets – Blacks, Jews, Roman Catholics, European immigrants.  Their reasoning – they, themselves were afraid of change.  They couldn’t withstand the economic competition.  It took quite a while to hunt them down…

In 2016 we have a very same situation.  The group now, though, calls itself the “skeptics,” made up, I have found, of American society’s detritus.  They are just as nasty, and hateful, as the originals.

Their targets, though, are not, yet, specifically Blacks, Jews, Roman Catholics and European immigrants.  They are Christians, Jews, families in general, parents concerned about vaccines, health regimens that compete with drugs (like homeopathy), health care providers that spurn the use of drugs, scientists that question the medical status quo, manufacturers of products that compete with drugs, etc.  And, the attacks are just as vicious.

But this time there are no white-sheets-with-eyeholes.  This time it is Internet-Anonymity.  The control of Wikipedia health care articles is a prime example.  The manipulation of Google’s search engines is another.  The “skeptics” have training camps.  I’ll demonstrate below.

Then Along Comes Mike Adams…

Mike Adams, over at Natural News, shocked me the other morning when I glanced at his newest article.  There, Mike was writing about top Skeptic” Grand Dragon David Gorski MD, the one who, on the internet, has declared himself to be an Infallible Oracle.

Calling himself “Orac,” Gorski writes in angry, hate-spewing prose, attacking his betters.  He ranges from sniveling, to whimpering, to raging, about people, issues,  and subjects in health care he clearly knows nothing about.  He goes on and on.  Where 100 words would do, Gorski uses 23,421.  His personal insecurities are attached to every phrase.

Gorski is, without doubt, the 2016 Grand Dragon of the very sceptic “skeptics.”

Right after Gorski writes on his blog Respectful Insolence, the “commenters” begin to appear – within seconds.  The first thing you notice is their anonymity.  The second is the sheer nastiness of their offerings.  The third  is that most comments look to be in EXACTLY the same writing style as Gorski himself, which makes me wonder how many internet IDs Gorski actually uses.

What kind of sick-o-path would write a nasty article about someone, or some thing, and then change to ten to fifteen other fake names to make comments on his own article, so that IT LOOKS LIKE he has a big following?

Ummmm?  David Gorski?

Makes sense to me…

As I Said – Then Along Comes Mike Adams…

With his article series Mike had, journalistically speaking, reached out and punched this Gorski jackass, including all of Gorski’s fake IDs, right between his multiple eyes. And, hence, he had punched the whole bag of sceptic “skeptics.”

The next day, Mike did it again, this time, with a one-two punch, so-to-speak.

So, I called Mike and complained.  After all, Mike was operating in MY territory so-to-speak. I, Tim Bolen, am the one who calls out the “skeptic” menagerie, and smacks them around the internet room.

What the hell, Mike?  (humor intended).

Regardless of my complaints to Mike, he did it again.  Then again.  Then again, and again.  And he did it pretty damn well…

More, Mike had struck at the heart of the beast.


Continue reading Mike Adams (Natural News) Attacks Skeptics’ Center Point…

Wildfire… Anti-Vaccination Movement Burning United States..

CDC, Health Departments, Vaccine Makers, AstroTurfers, Whimpering, Trembling, Panicking, for Good Reason…

Opinion by Consumer Advocate  Tim Bolen 


California Senator Richard Pan probably thought he was headed for the Presidency of the United States, carried into office on mountains of drug lord money, once he successfully pushed through America’s first Mandatory Vaccine law, SB277, in California, last year.

No one in the Pan ranks EVER, I think, counted on the reaction Americans would take to forcefully injecting American children with “Made-in-China,” un-tested for use, toxic death pus mixtures, claiming them to be “Safe and Effective.”  And, that reaction is huge, and growing larger yet every day.  Good.

Safe and Effective?

Vaccines are no such thing.  Never have been.  Never will be.   It is all a huge money making murderous child-damaging scam.

Continue reading Wildfire… Anti-Vaccination Movement Burning United States..

The Doctor’s Data Versus Barrett Case… Bad News – Good News – No News…

Opinion by Consumer Advocate  Tim Bolen 

The Bad News – on the first week of July, 2015 Jeffrey B. Levens, lead attorney for Doctor’s Data in the Doctor’s Data versus Barrett, et al, case passed away shortly after a complicated heart operation in Chicago.

I never met Jeff, except on the telephone, and via email, but I have to say I thoroughly enjoyed his writings in the Doctor’s Data case, and his management of that case through its bumpy road.  His quiet humor came through, patiently answering Barrett’s rabid legal ravings.  Jeff made Barrett’s jumping-up-and-down antics humorous, even to the court.  I quoted almost every phrase of Jeff’s writings in the case, so my readers could enjoy Barrett’s minute-by-minute courtroom demise.

Jeffrey B. Levens told it like it was…  with style, and kindness..

Worry not about the case though.  Jeff knew his upcoming operation was at best, risky, and prepared his staff, and his partner. Al Augustine. for a takeover.

My last conversational exchange with Jeff was on June 30th, 2015 where I asked him my usual question about the case “Why is it taking so long?”  His response was classic.  He told me that judges get busy with other cases and that this case was on hold for only a year or so.  I responded “Only a year? Do judges do that?”  He said “Yes they do, and I’ve had cases on hold much longer than that.  I’ll send you a copy of my latest article in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin.”  Jeff was telling me about a case he had had on hold for nineteen (19) years…  In his email he said: Continue reading The Doctor’s Data Versus Barrett Case… Bad News – Good News – No News…

Suing Captain Screwloose (Stephen Barrett) – It Has Always Been an “Alter Ego” Case…

Stephen Barrett, and Quackwatch, Have Always Been Just the Figurehead.  The Judgment Money Will Be Seized Elsewhere – from the Cabal.

There is no question that Stephen Barrett, Quackwatch Inc, and the National Council Against Health Fraud (NCAHF) are going to lose the Doctor’s Data v Barrett Federal Court Case.  It is a foregone conclusion.  There are only two real considerations for the Court to decide:  (1)  How much Actual and Punitive damages to award, and (2)  Who, specifically, is going to have their assets seized to pay the award.

Opinion by Consumer Advocate  Tim Bolen 

It is obvious when you look at what is happening behind the scenes in the case, that Barrett and the other Defendants have no Defense at all – and never did.

When you look at the fact that, right from the start, Doctor’s Data was looking for twenty million in damages, and Barrett, in his egomaniacal arrogance, after the lawsuit was filed, added MORE injury, you get a picture of what a Federal jury is going to be looking at.  More, history shows that courts do NOT like Stephen Barrett. On the stand he is his own worst enemy.

The strategy, all along, it looks to me, has been to sue, and name as the visible Defendants, that which the real cabal running the operation wants us to see.  Then, once the case is finished, and the visible Defendants lose, then comes the next process – Collection.  And with Collection comes the ability to IDENTIFY who the REAL Defendants are.

This is where the fun starts… Continue reading Suing Captain Screwloose (Stephen Barrett) – It Has Always Been an “Alter Ego” Case…

The Anju Usman MD Victory Story… Another Nail in Stephen Barrett’s Coffin – It Wasn’t a Good Idea To Pick On One of the Autism Community’s Favorite Doctors…

Opinion by Consumer Advocate  Tim Bolen 

O.K. people – it is time to GLOAT again.  Get on the internet, find a sleazy “skeptic,” drag out your favorite way to rub someone’s nose in something icky, and deliver this article, and all of its strong points, and wait for the explosion.  It will be worth the wait.  You’ll be able to FEEL the rise in blood pressure of your target.  The first response will be DENIAL, then will come an attack on me, Tim Bolen, personally, claiming I am “not reliable,” blah, blah, blah…

But, you can start smiling in anticipation right now… Continue reading The Anju Usman MD Victory Story… Another Nail in Stephen Barrett’s Coffin – It Wasn’t a Good Idea To Pick On One of the Autism Community’s Favorite Doctors…

Inept “Skeptics” Attack NVIC FaceBook Page… Laughter Erupts

A Story about the stumbling, bumbling activities of two nincompoops (E. Allison Hagood and Stacy Mintzer Herlihy) attempting to damage the NVIC FaceBook page…

Opinion by Consumer Advocate  Tim Bolen 

I received a message from my friends over at the National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC) the other day, asking for some help defending against an all-out attack on their NVIC FaceBook page – an attempt to downgrade their credibility level.  So, I went to investigate, in my usual thorough manner, finding, along the way, a few interesting things I didn’t already know about the pro-vaccine baby killers.

The trouble was that, before I got up to speed to “reveal” the giant conspiracy against the NVIC, and call for action, NVIC stalwarts manned the barricades, intercepted the “skeptic” assault, spanked them thoroughly, and sent them home to bed without dinner.  I’ll let you read one of the “skeptic’s” TOP STRATEGIST’S comments about what happened to them down below.  You will laugh. Continue reading Inept “Skeptics” Attack NVIC FaceBook Page… Laughter Erupts

Fun Down Under – The “Skeptic” attack on the Australian Vaccination Network (AVN) Gets Turned Back On Them Every Time…  It is really fun to watch…

I have not figured out, yet, why organized male homosexuals, calling themselves “skeptics,” would be engaged in viciously attacking proponents of common sense in health care – but they do, just about everywhere in the English speaking world.  The country of Australia is a striking example.  The LGBT community should be ashamed of itself.

Opinion by Consumer Advocate  Tim Bolen 

I have a few theories about why that is, why they do that, but since I’m not going to circulate in that world (I am content as a heterosexual, thank you very much), I am not going to carefully investigate this seeming anomaly.  In my world tractors are important (have I shown you pictures of my 1944 Ford Ferguson 2N I’ve been restoring?), tools – both indoor and outdoor, guns (of course), high-country, white water rivers, and mountain-tops.  I have no interest in face creams and cute shoes (not on ME, anyway). Continue reading Fun Down Under – The “Skeptic” attack on the Australian Vaccination Network (AVN) Gets Turned Back On Them Every Time…  It is really fun to watch…

Doctor’s Data Files For Summary Judgment Against Barrett… “The Defense” Has “No Defense” Says Attorneys.

Federal cases take forever to wend their way through the court system.

Opinion by Consumer Advocate  Tim Bolen 

This case, the Doctor’s Data v Stephen Barrett, Quackwatch, and NCAHF was filed June 18th, 2010, and it still isn’t finished.

But the circumstances surrounding the case never cease to provide amusement for the North American Health Freedom Movement.  It is VERY satisfying watching Stephen Barrett and his band of worthless toadies suffering one indignity after another in the case, as the Court slowly, inevitably, jams Barrett’s idea of who and what controls US health care up their combined rectal cavities – publicly. Continue reading Doctor’s Data Files For Summary Judgment Against Barrett… “The Defense” Has “No Defense” Says Attorneys.

He Whose Name May Not Be Spoken…

Opinion by Consumer Advocate  Tim Bolen 

One unexpected benefit of the Doctor’s Data v Barrett Federal Court case is the cornering, so to speak, of the skeptic rodent base.  They have been totally silent about the situation – and for good reason.  Fear.

And their blatant fear is justified.  For, Doctor’s Data’s legal team has kept the federal judge in the case, John J. Tharp, Jr, apprised of Barrett’s support network, including skeptic internet defamation tactics, using a simple court device – a Motion for a Protective Order.  The Judge hasn’t even had to issue one yet – just consider it.

The skeptics have panicked.  Like mice cornered by a cat, you can hear them SQUEAK two rooms away.  One Example:

Doctor’s Data Asks Court for “Protective Order”…  They want to keep their “Expert Witnesses” Alive and Well… 8/7/13  Continue reading He Whose Name May Not Be Spoken…

For Quackbusters – The End is Near…  Barrett, and Company, are Loading the Submarine and Heading For Argentina…

Opinion by Consumer Advocate  Tim Bolen 


Where we left off in the Doctor’s Data v Barrett Federal Court case saga was the point where Doctor’s Data had asked for a  formal Protective Order to keep it’s Expert Witnesses from being attacked by Barrett, and his minions. I had written two different articles on that subject:

Doctor’s Data Asks Court for “Protective Order”…  They want to keep their “Expert Witnesses” Alive and Well… 8/7/13

You Can Smell Barrett’s Fear…  Why?  Doctor’s Data’s “Expert Witnesses” Are REAL…  8/15/13

But something far worse has happened to Barrett, and company.  You are about to read about it. Continue reading For Quackbusters – The End is Near…  Barrett, and Company, are Loading the Submarine and Heading For Argentina…

This “Skeptoid” will not pass “Go” and is going directly to Jail…

An Exemplum – Top Skeptic Brian Dunning Federally Indicted for FRAUD…

Opinion by Consumer Advocate  Tim Bolen  

Exemplum definition – In literature, rhetoric, and public speaking, a narrative or anecdote used to illustrate a quotationclaim, or moral point. Plural: exempla.

In classical rhetoric, the exemplum (which Aristotle called the paradigma) was considered one of the basic methods of argument. But as noted in the Rhetorica ad Herennium (c. 90 BC), “Exempla are not distinguished for their ability to give proof or witness to particular causes, but for their ability to expound these causes.


I have several “skeptic” stories coming up.  Most of them involve charges being hurled around, and at, top skeptic leadership of rape and sexual harassment – none of which surprises me.  They did what they did in Australia, didn’t they?

Every time I tell another skeptic story, it seems, another facet of their combined persona is revealed.  This one on Brian Dunning is one of those. Continue reading This “Skeptoid” will not pass “Go” and is going directly to Jail…