Jaxen Report

Despite Arrests, Protests Continue As California Exemption Bill Awaits Gov

By Jefferey Jaxen After early hesitation about the bill and calls for amendments, California Governor Gavin Newsom’s office appears to be signaling a direction. On Friday, the LA Times claimed

Opioid Makers Scramble to Settle Ahead of Ohio Trial, Purdue

By Jefferey Jaxen Last week’s landmark $572 million  judgement against Johnson and Johnson has triggered a torrent of PR stunts and legal maneuvers from opioid makers in the few days

Is Big Tech Killing American Health?

By Jefferey Jaxen On Thursday, just moments away from showtime, the popular and controversial live-internet news show, The HighWire with Del Bigtree, hit a snag. On Facebook, where the show

BBC Journalist’s Journey Into Psychosis After Routine Vaccine

By Jefferey Jaxen “When disaster strikes, when a vaccine harms you or even kills you, there is no help.” -Trine Villemann The year was 2011 and Malcolm Brabant was an

REVEALED: Monsanto Military-Style Operation Targeted Celebrities & Journalists

In just a few short years Bayer AG, who acquired Monsanto in 2016, has experienced a public relations headache of historical proportions. Mounting legal losses, nonstop releases of damning legal

Vaccine Kingpins Rake In Billions

By Jefferey Jaxen Compared to the blockbuster drug industry, the vaccine market used to be considered a barely profitable sector. Looked at as a secondary market, vaccine manufacturing was a

WaPo: “Peer-Review Not Gold Standard,” Public Being Misled

By Jefferey Jaxen A new Washington Post 'perspective' piece concedes that, "Shoddy work often makes it past peer reviewers, while excellent research has been shot down. Peer reviewers often fail

Age of Antidepressants: Marianne Williamson Pushes Back

By Jefferey Jaxen Political candidates in the race for the 2020 elections face a narrow window of acceptable conversation and debate. Striking a balance of winning over potential voters with

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