Food For Fright
(October 31st, 2001)
There's a demon lurking in your kitchen, and it's not a werewolf or a vampire… it's non-organic meat! That's what vegetarian columnist Vance Lehmkuhl of the "alternative press" Philadelphia Daily News wants you to think. Quick, put a steak through its heart!

Calling meat "scary food"...
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The Grinch Who Stole Halloween
(October 31st, 2001)
Michael Jacobson of the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) once joked that his group "is proud about finding something wrong with practically everything." But when it comes to Halloween, he wasn't kidding. Several All Hallows Eves ago, CSPI "investigated" just about every kind of candy that'll...
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Portioning Out Blame
(October 30th, 2001)
That old Borscht Belt joke -- "the food was awful, and such small portions!" -- doesn't mean much to Buffalo News writer Amy Pierce, who in a recent piece blasting restaurants on everything from noisy patrons to unattractive atmosphere, lambastes eateries for giving her too much food. read more here »

Irradiating Infidels
(October 30th, 2001)
Ralph Nader's group Public Citizen is on a mission from God -- to stop the electronic irradiation of food, a process that eliminates harmful bacteria. At least, that's what Mark Worth, head of Public Citizen's anti-irradiation technology drive, thinks. "As human beings, we...
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A Victory For Consumer Choice
(October 25th, 2001)
"Chalk one up for science," The Florida Times-Union declares. "The dispute over genetically modified foods must be considered over."

With the Environmental Protection Agency expressing confidence that genetically improved foods are safe and healthy, and the European Union declaring that they are "even safer than...
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Armed And Dangerous?
(October 25th, 2001)
"There is a strong possibility that Animal Liberation Front (ALF) terrorists have come into possession of Anthrax as the result of having invaded laboratories that have been researching the disease," columnist Tom DeWeese writes. In 1999, a military officer in charge of a bioterror training exercise...
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Talking Trash In Texas
(October 24th, 2001)
The Percy Schmeiser World Tour continues. Canadian canola farmer Schmeiser, you may recall, was sued by Monsanto last year for using Monsanto's genetically improved crop seed without paying the licensing fee -- in short, for theft -- and was fined $20,000 by the Federal Court of Canada....
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Terror 101
(October 22nd, 2001)
Two animal rights activists each face three years in prison after pleading guilty to federal weapons charges. The two, linked by prosecutors to the Animal Liberation Front (ALF), were arrested for possession of "11 one-gallon containers and enough gasoline to fill them, along with matches and candles."...
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Fear and Loathing in Your Kitchen
(October 22nd, 2001)
As longtime readers of Center For Consumer Freedom Daily Headlines know, and our new readers will soon discover, there's nothing benign about the anti-consumer-choice crowd. When Americans are afraid, these groups cash in on fear… and very often, they'll even create it.

Take fear profiteer John Stauber, of...
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Once upon a time, there was a frozen pizza…
(October 19th, 2001)

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