Jeb Bush Paleo? Not If He Wants to Be President

A Jeb Bush paleo diet will be unacceptable to the recipients of huge amounts of government money going into wheat, corn, and soy. Reuters has soft-pedaled the issue and made it into a human interest story. But what the President eats to get healthy is of dire importance in the context of the American corporate, cronyist Big Government. There are trillions of dollars on the line. “On the hunt for the presidency, Jeb Bush adopts a ‘caveman’ diet” Jeb Bush is eating like a caveman, and he Read more […]

Scientists Breeding New Animals for Global Warming Scam?

One of the reasons global warming is such an attractive scenario is that it provides unending rationales for funding various nerd hobbies. Thus, we read in the L.A. Times: When a team of researchers from the University of Delaware traveled to Africa two years ago to search for exemplary chickens, they weren’t looking for plump thighs or delicious eggs. They were seeking out birds that could survive a hotter planet. The researchers were in the vanguard of food scientists, backed by millions Read more […]

More Red State Tyranny: Idaho Governor Signs First-Amendment-Cancellation Bill Into Law

What country do we live in? I hate the animal-rights movement. I don’t believe that commercial animal-using industries should be regulated on humanitarian grounds. (I’m more open to them on recreational businesses; I think criminalizing dog-fighting makes sense.) I fully support any farm or food factory bringing charges against trespassers or saboteurs to the full extent of the law. But the government has no business outlawing video footage of business operations. From ABC News: “Turn Read more […]

AP: Ethanol Production Is Degrading The Environment

Mega-kudos to the AP for taking on the political love-affair with the ethanol industry–this is a story that needs to be told, and you can be sure those with billions at stake will hit back hard. “The Secret Environmental Cost of US Ethanol Policy” CORYDON, Iowa (AP) — The hills of southern Iowa bear the scars of America’s push for green energy: The brown gashes where rain has washed away the soil. The polluted streams that dump fertilizer into the water supply. Even the cemetery that disappeared Read more […]