Quote Of The Week
(April 30th, 2004)
Animal-Rights Violence 101 is not yet an accredited course at any of our nation's universities, but that doesn't stop convicted Animal Liberation Front (ALF) arsonist Rodney Coronado from playing the role of terror professor. Coronado, who spent 57 months in prison for burning...
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Hey Food Cops, Leave Us All Alone!
(April 29th, 2004)
The frenzied movement to expunge every last morsel of cake and every remaining drop of soda from schools is beginning to make some pint-sized enemies. New Haven, Connecticut schools aren't just purging candy and soft drinks from their corridors; they're also going after student bake sales and...
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Wayne’s (Animal Rights) World
(April 28th, 2004)
Yesterday the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), the nation's richest animal rights organization, named long-time vice president Wayne Pacelle as its new chief executive. Pacelle will have virtually unfettered control over the group's $96 million bank account. If you think this...
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Ralph Nader’s Amazing Seafood Diet — Don’t Eat Any
(April 27th, 2004)
When protestors descend on our nation's capital to carp about their cause du jour, it's little surprise that food-scare activists follow close behind. Ralph Nader's anti-business Public Citizen used last week's protests against the World Bank and International Monetary Fund as a read more here »

Your Children, PETA’s Pawns
(April 26th, 2004)
Given the amount of propaganda it aims at America's children, it was just a matter of time before People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals crossed the wrong parent. A tip of the Consumer Freedom hat to Matthew Knowles, father of pop diva Beyoncé Knowles, who saw his...
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Another Flat Soda Study
(April 23rd, 2004)
We've told you before how the only scientific study that even purports to link soft drink consumption to childhood obesity (by fat-tax advocate David Ludwig) was dismissed by the Centers for Disease Control. Now British researchers say their program to reduce youngsters' soda...
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Attack Of The Warning Labels
(April 23rd, 2004)
It was only a matter of time. This morning the Boston Globe reports that U.S. Food and Drug Administration officials are "considering placing warning labels on packages of foods deemed unhealthy by government scientists." Acting FDA Commissioner Lester Crawford told the Globe that Nutrition Facts food labels...
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Pirate’s Hijacking Attempt Foiled
(April 22nd, 2004)
Getting himself elected to the Sierra Club's board of directors last summer was only half of Paul Watson's plan. As the Center for Consumer Freedom first revealed, the animal-rights lunatic and high-seas eco-terrorist's goal is to stack the Club's board with like-minded radicals and use...
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Quote Of The Week
(April 22nd, 2004)
This is one funeral Canadians will be happy to attend. Yesterday the Toronto Star proclaimed Ontario's dreaded fat tax "dead." Tens of thousands of angry Ontario residents formed a groundswell of opposition to their government's proposed eight percent tax on all restaurant meals...
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Food Police: Milk Is Unhealthy for Kids
(April 21st, 2004)
Washington, DC – Attention parents and teachers! The food police have added whole and two-percent milk to the list of "poor nutritional quality" beverages in their crosshairs, recommending that they be removed from American's schools. This and other ridiculous assertions are contained in a report being circulated by the...
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