‘Killing animals isn’t some unfortunate thing that PETA has to do, this is part of their business’
Make no mistake, what Rep. Bishop has proposed would end one of America’s great conservation successes.
David Brock is the new chairman of CREW
Why is the consensus on GMO foods less believable than the consensus on global warming?
Documents: PETA kills more than 95 percent of pets in its care | Anti-animal-rights campaign group: ‘PETA hasn’t slowed down its slaughterhouse operation’
FoodPolitik: A toast to tasty victory - TheDC Opinion
‘Time and again, food-scare campaigns and big-government agendas are fact-light and rhetoric-heavy’
FoodPolitik: Bag the feel-good environmentalism - TheDC Opinion
Think taxing plastic bags saves the environment? Think again
Public interest groups resort to sensationalism in order to bring in money.
Group backs off beef with McDonald's - The Daily Caller
Let the kids have their toys and trust parents to watch out for their health. Dinnertime should be a celebration and a fun family occasion, not a time to hand out Morose Meals to our nation’s youngsters.
When it comes to the nanny state, everything’s apparently on the table—except the saltshaker
While animal rights activists hope out loud that a “green” label will become synonymous with soy burgers and Tofurky, the truth is that U.S. livestock producers don’t affect climate-change very much at all
It’s not so far-fetched. History is littered with examples of the “road to hell is paved with good intentions.” And “good intentions” may lead to mandated sodium reductions. These ideas need to be subject to far more scrutiny. And definitely taken with a grain of … well, you get the picture
Self-styled food Guru Michael Pollan’s latest rant against the modern American diet lists 64 rules for healthy eating, a comprehensive list of eating restrictions that would make even the most prolific food scolds blush
Eat your peas. Finish those lima beans. Clean your plate before dessert. These are the nightly naggings of good moms. But in the near future, the federal government might be taking their place.