I think most folks who intend to vote understand this may be the most important election in our lifetimes.
There’s a raging debate over what are healthy foods to eat and why. But has science contributed more harm than good to promoting healthy eating?
Throughout our recent history, we have gone down this very road too often, to influence public opinion and stave off government regulation.
Why do we choose to ignore the preponderance of evidence on important societal issues, issue after issue? It’s simple…
Four years into the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression, some Americans are losing confidence that the conventional wisdom at our disposal, whether liberal or conservative, is capable of restoring the financial security and opportunity we once enjoyed.
I’m an itinerant documentary maker who has been visiting farms and talking to farmers for over 10 years.
The screenwriter Rod Serling was a master at portraying the acutely self-conscious angst that drove Americans of the Cold War era to embrace orthodoxy and conformity at the expense of individuality and liberty.
“…egg producers using cages would have to double the space per hen and add environmental enrichments…”—HSUS
“Rather than outlawing cages, this insidious bill would outlaw the banning of cages. “ —Humane Farming Association
There has also been close cooperation with the food industry in research into fortifying and enriching food products which might simplify school feeding in schools which lack space and food preparation facilities.—USDA National School Lunch Program History America was founded upon a set of ideals. None more inspiring than the notion through hard work and […]