Washington, DC - This week the journal Pediatrics published an anti-dairy "review article" from the misnamed Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM), an animal rights group masquerading as a medical charity. Incredibly, PCRM's authors declared that they held "no conflict of interest" when submitting their article to the medical...
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...
Regarding the story headlined "Holy cow! Would milk be dropped as state beverage?" (The Capital, Nov. 18):Before your readers consider taking Bruce Friedrich of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, or PETA, and his anti-milk propaganda seriously, they are entitled to know a little bit more about...

Milking an issue

(October 27th, 2002)
Rich Lowry's column criticizing anti-milk activists is right on target ("Milking an Issue," Commentary, Sunday), but the misnamed Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) is even worse than he suspects.Far from being a "committee" of physicians, the group can only claim that 5 percent of its members are doctors....
WASHINGTON (January 17) -- Washington, DC -- Under the guise of being a medical organization, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) launched an anti-milk campaign today, listing the "horrors" of the calcium-rich beverage. The Center for Consumer Freedom (CCF) today called on PCRM to stop portraying itself as...
In taking note of the anti-milk protest lodged against D.C. Mayor Anthony A. Williams by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, you left your readers with the impression that this organization is a serious source of public health wisdom ("Mayor shaves milk-mustache ideas," May 3). Nothing could be further...