Greenpeace recently objected to the Philippine government’s approval for the country’s farmers to grow genetically modified golden rice. The rice variant will contain enough Vitamin A and beta-carotene that can feed andmnourish starving children in poverty that lack those vital nutrients. Greenpeace, on the other hand, has long been involved in campaigns to demonize and… Read More Greenpeace Condemns Philippines Approving “Golden Rice”
I recently highlighted an upcoming law in California taking effect next year that could eliminate the state’s pork industry and rob Golden State residents of the meat as a source of food. The new rules make very specific requirements for livestock living conditions. But don’t stock up on bacon or pork chops just yet, Iowa… Read More Iowa Senators Hit Back Against California Anti-Pork Law
Starting next year, Golden State residents are going to have a lot less pork options to eat resulting from a ballot initiative passed in 2018. According to the Associated Press, 2022 is when enforcement of rules requiring more cage space for pigs, chickens who lay eggs, and veal calves begin. While nationally-based pork food producers… Read More California Could Lose Pork Products Due to New Pig Rules
Nothing the press or politicians say about climate has anything to do climate. Tony Heller shows it is a smoke screen masking other agendas.
BBC reports the animal rights wing of Extinction Rebellion, Animal Rebellion, decided to host a blockade of OSI Food Solutions in Scunthorpe, England starting on Thursday. The group demanded OSI’s biggest client, McDonald’s, switch to a plant-based menu in four years in which they also link meat production with being a major contributor to man-made… Read More Animal Rebellion Ends Three-Day Protest At McDonald’s Supplier
The Colorado livestock industry can breathe a sigh of relief. The Denver Post reports Colorado’s Supreme Court has ruled that a proposed husbandry referendum, Initiative 16, is invalid since it conflicts with the state’s single subject requirement. Had Initiative 16 passed, it would have equated raising farm animals and even fishing to animal cruelty. The… Read More Colorado Supreme Court Rules Husbandry Ban Initiative Is Invalid
Like Scientific American, Tony Heller shows Nature Magazine has shown that they are willing to destroy their reputation and all credibility in order to push anti-CO2 propaganda.
This is too bad and a mistake since JBS Foods will be vulnerable to even more cyber attacks. Hopefully, the company will implement stricter policies to prevent such an incident from happening again and law enforcement can locate and prosecute the hackers. You can read about the details of the events here. Image by joffi from Pixabay
In a recent interview, actor Joaquin Phoenix of Joker fame told the London Times that, rather than force his son, River, to be vegan, he will repeatedly talk to him about animal slaughter instead. Phoenix is quoted as saying: “Well, certainly I would hope that [he is vegan], but I’m not going to impose my… Read More Joaquin Phoenix Will Preach To Son About Veganism, Rather Than Force Him
George Ayittey is a Ghanian economist and the founder and president of the Free Africa Foundation. He also taught economics at American University and is an associate scholar at the Foreign Policy Research Institute. In this lecture, Ayittey talks about the failure of Africa’s experiments with socialism throughout the 20th century. He tells stories about… Read More The Failure of African Socialism