Another Government Diet Disaster In The Making

Terry Jones 2/20/2015

From the same people who brought you four decades of increasing obesity based on their nutritional “science,” comes new guidelines that include taxes on dessert, plant-based diets, demonization of meat and electronic monitoring of your habits.

Never fear, the food police are here.

This list of intrusive, big-government insanity is brought […]

Seattle Charges Citizens for Throwing Too Much Food in the Trash

Fox News Insider 9/29/2014

A new city ordinance in Seattle will allow garbage collectors to assess fines of up to $50 if 10% of a person’s trash is wasted food.

Judge Andrew Napolitano appeared on “Your World with Neil Cavuto” today and said this law should be trashed, because it is unknowable, for example, […]

Following The Money: Origins Of Michelle Obama’s School Lunch Program

DC Gazette 9/13/2014

Somehow, we all knew this had to be lurking in the background somewhere when it comes to Michelle Obama and the inedible school lunch disaster:

Moochelle Obama has been working the food circuit since 2005, when she (because of her vast experience as a nutritional expert) was named to the corporate board […]

The drawdown diet: Marines steamed by loss of hot meal at Afghanistan base

Bill Briggs NBC News contributor 5/31/2013

Marines at Camp Leatherneck in Afghanistan will lose a key daily meal starting Saturday, causing some to forgo a hot breakfast and others to work six-plus hours without refueling on cooked food, according to Marines at the base and Marine Corps officials.

The midnight ration service — known there […]

Did Federal Agents Really Raid a Mormon Food Storage Facility?

Buck Sexton The Blaze 12/13/2011

We are in an especially tense time for civil liberties as the NDAA ‘indefinite detention’ bill makes its way through Congress, so when a story went viral over the weekend of Feds raiding a Latter Day Saints food storage facility in Tennessee and demanding customer lists, alarm bells went off […]

MF Global fallout delays U.S. farm seed, land deals

Tom Polansek Reuters 12/6/2011

Chicago–For the first time in 25 years, Minnesota farmer Dean Tofteland has missed his deadline to buy seed for next spring’s corn and soybean crops.

With $200,000 of his money yet to be returned from the accounts of MF Global, his former broker, the 49-year-old farmer has missed a $5,000 discount […]