Mrs. Obama’s 2nd-Term Agenda: ‘Impact Nature of Food in Grocery Stores’

Elizabeth Harrington CNSNews.com 9/4/2012

Asked by Parade magazine, “What do you hope to accomplish in your second term?” First Lady Michelle Obama said she wants to “impact the nature of food in grocery stores” with the aim of cutting sugar, fat and salt.

“With ‘Lets Move!,’ our goal is to end the problem of childhood […]

ObamaCare’s Real Price Tag

Jon N. Hall American Thinker 4/14/2012

…controlling costs was never the aim of the Democrats’ health care reform. If it had been, Congress would have required insurance companies to offer options, such as inexpensive “catastrophic” policies, to pump a little competition into the market. On April 7, E. Thomas McClanahan at the Kansas City Star […]

Blue Hill becomes third town in Maine to pass food freedom law

Ethan A. Huff NaturalNews.com 4/20/2011

(NaturalNews) Within the past several months, numerous towns in Maine, and one in Vermont, have proposed or enacted food sovereignty laws that declare, plainly, that the federal government has no business telling citizens what food products they can and cannot buy or sell locally…

In a near-unanimous vote, Blue Hill […]

Quote of the day

10 March 2011

The entire video is our quote of the day:

H/T HotAir.com where Allahpundit has a link involving government regulated “mental activity.”

Obama to press: My arteries, my business

Julie Mason Washington Examiner 3/2/2010

President Barack Obama makes a comment to reporters about his cholesterol level as he passes a plate while siting down with other customers as he visits Mrs. Wilkes' Dining Room in Savannah, Ga., Tuesday, March 2, 2010. At right is Savannah Mayor Otis Johnson. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)

The president […]

Arlo Guthrie, Republican?

You’d have to be what my Irish grandmother used to call “a big age” to remember Woodie Guthrie, folk singer and champion of the working classes during the 1930s. Or you might just be a fan of American folk music. Woodie was pretty far to the Left in American politics; he “wrote a weekly column […]