Surgeon General Infographic
(December 28th, 2001)

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Britain Falls To Extremists
(December 27th, 2001)
If you doubt the power of animal rights extremists to forcibly limit our food options, look no further than Huntingdon Life Sciences (HLS). The company, which researches crop improvement methods in addition to other projects, "is fleeing the " after months of harassment by animal zealots,...
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The Benefits Of Biotech
(December 27th, 2001)
"Genetically improved foods are "as safe as other supermarket foods." That's the conclusion of a biochemist and biotechnologist who studied the introduction of four new genetically improved crops in Britain.

"Critics can no longer claim that technology isn't independently tested," said a professor involved...
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The Threat To Our Food
(December 27th, 2001)
"American farmers, processors and consumers have long taken comfort in the relative safety of the nation's food supply," Reuters reports. "As with so many aspects of life in the United States, that changed on September 11. In the days following the devastating air attacks on U.S. targets, the country...
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Bove Behind Bars
(December 26th, 2001)
"Jose Bove, you destroyed a field of genetically improved crops! What are you going to do now?"

"I'm going to jail!"

Bove, the French anti-technology militant who led attacks on a field of genetically improved rice, and who rallied radical activists to rip apart...
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Beating Up On Biotech
(December 20th, 2001)
"Nice farm you got there. Hate to see anything bad happen to it."

That's the basic message of a new briefing paper released by the anti-technology Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (IATP), working with the anti-biotech Genetically Engineered Food Alert. The paper, "GMO Liability Threats...
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See You Later, Babe
(December 19th, 2001)
Actor James Cromwell appeared in court Monday on charges stemming from his arrest at a Virginia Wendy's restaurant this summer. Seems Cromwell, who became an animal rights activist after working with digitally enhanced talking pigs in the movie Babe, created a biggie-sized nuisance when he and...
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ALF’s ‘Twelve Months of Terror’
(December 19th, 2001)
In the spirit of the holidays, we have taken a recent release from the animal rights terrorists at the Animal Liberation Front (ALF) and given it a seasonal twist. ALF made their list of their terrorist actions and targets this year -- and we checked it...
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The Numbers Game
(December 18th, 2001)
In a letter to The Washington Times last week, Christopher Horner of the Competitive Enterprise Institute blows the lid off the environmentalist/anti-consumer movement.

"In truth, most if not all 'green' groups are industry funded… Traditionally, industries fund green pressure groups because they're basically told, 'Nice place you got here; sure...
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An Organic Paper Tiger
(December 18th, 2001)
How does pro-organic hype grow? Sometimes from the smallest seed.An innocuous news item appeared last week under the headline "Is Organic Better?" The piece notes, "According to the journal Alternative Therapy Health and Medicine, organic foods have a higher nutrient content . They have more...
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