Yes, but that's an evil government source, so it doesn't count. :-)
I have become somewhat interested in the psychology of this stuff, but the problem is that psychology is itself not all too scientific a discipline. :-)
What interests me here is why Perkins and his ilk do what they do. No doubt some of them are just in it for the money and are cynical psychopaths, but I don't think all of them or even most of them are. It seems as if the majority are quite sincere, but why then the lies? Do they know they are lying? Do they perhaps feel that vaccines are so evil that it justifies a few white lies about the research until such time as we have definitive proof?
I wonder if any research has been done on this. Some time ago I read an interesting article about a study that showed that when anti-vaccine folks are given the dry facts, they become MORE anti-vaccine as a result. I.e. the normal skeptical route of countering the stuff with facts has no impact, and it is not clear what, if anything, would.
Now, when it comes to creationism, there is no point at all trying to convince them of anything. On a Yahoo mailing list called DebunkCreation we have followed a different strategy, and simply showed up their lunacy for all to see instead of trying to convince them. As long as they are a tiny minority they can't do much harm, and it is better to educate the general public than to try educating them. Perhaps the same is true for the anti-vaccine crowd. But what does one do if this madness spreads through most of the population?