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  • Malloy Gets A Shot, Takes A Shot

    Malloy Gets A Shot, Takes A Shot
    Good for Gov. Dannel P. Malloy for making his recent influenza vaccination a public event. It's important for Connecticut's leader to counter the recent anti-vaccine blather from New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, U.S. Sen. Rand Paul and others. But the...
  • CNU poll shows Clinton leading

    It's early days yet, but that never stops a true political junkie from asking: "Well, who do you like in the '16 election?" The answer, in Virginia, for now, seems to be Hillary. Clinton beats every Republican hopeful in head-to-head matchups, the...
  • Troubles at home for some GOP potential White House candidates?

    WASHINGTON As hordes of Republicans fan out across the country building support for possible runs at the 2016 presidential nomination, many might want to keep an eye on the home front. Often, the people who know them best largely oppose their home...
  • New Jersey revenue running ahead of projections halfway through fiscal year

    State data shows New Jersey's government revenue was above Gov. Chris Christie's administration's projections for the first half of the fiscal year. The Record (http://bit.ly/1zanbGN ) used an open records request to obtain data from the state treasury...
  • Mitt Romney returns to stage with vow to fight 'scourge of poverty'

    Mitt Romney returns to stage with vow to fight 'scourge of poverty'
    In his first public remarks since telling GOP donors that he is weighing a third bid for the White House, Mitt Romney suggested Friday that if he does run he would alter the focus that led to his loss in 2012 to President Obama. “I believe in...
  • RedBlueAmerica: Should Americans be required to get vaccinated?

    Suddenly, the debate over vaccines has gone mainstream. Amid a measles breakout a disease that doctors believed had been eradicated a decade ago a pair of Republican politicians came under fire for seemingly anti-vaccination comments. New Jersey Gov....
  • Vaccinations: The debate over such programs should be over

    We are having trouble believing that, in this day and age, Americans are actively debating the value of childhood vaccinations. Even more astounding is the fact that an odd coalition of Republican political leaders and liberal skeptics find themselves...
  • Vaccine controversy latest collision of politics and science

    Vaccine controversy latest collision of politics and science
    While not exactly motherhood or apple pie, stopping the spread of communicable diseases would seem to be the rare issue that transcends political differences, even in these fiercely partisan times. But the debate that arose this week over childhood...
  • Vaccines: No immunity from ignorance

    Another day, another irresponsible comment about measles vaccinations. This time the outbreak of stupidity infected the field of Republicans running for president with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie suggesting there should be "some measure of choice"...
  • GOP 2016 primary field gets case of indigestion over measles vaccine

    GOP 2016 primary field gets case of indigestion over measles vaccine
    Thanks to a thoughtless equivocation by an American governor visiting Britain, the measles vaccine has become the first important controversy of the 2016 Republican presidential primary. As with other long-settled issues that unexpectedly pop up to bite...
  • Failing to vaccinate kids called irresponsible by White House

    WASHINGTON The Obama administration said it would be irresponsible for parents not to vaccinate kids, and that new legislation isn't needed to force compliance. White House press secretary Josh Earnest made the comments as a U.S. measles outbreak has...