Archives: Op-Ed

By: Will Coggin Newspaper: Battle Creek Enquirer If you saw a billboard that said, “Learn about the link between autism and dairy products,” how would you react? Perhaps by holding off on the next glass of milk for you or … Continue reading
By: Diana Culp Newspaper: New York Post With 70 million households in America owning pets, it’s no surprise that the TV ads with sad music showing needy cats and dogs tug at our heartstrings. Americans give hundreds of millions a … Continue reading
By: Will Coggin Newspaper: Suncoast News Memorial Day has kicked off the summer grilling season, so there are sure to be some unwelcome guests at your barbecues. Vocal animal-liberation and environmental activists will nag you to reflect upon National Vegetarian … Continue reading
By: Will Coggin News: The Tampa Tribune As Memorial Day kicks off the summer grilling season, there are sure to be some unwelcome guests at your barbeque. Vocal animal-liberation and environmental activists will be nagging you to reflect upon National Vegetarian … Continue reading
By: Will Coggin Newspaper: Santa Fe New Mexican Recently, the latest in a series of one-sided exposé documentaries against food companies, Fed Up, opened in Santa Fe. The film boasts a star-studded cast to package its message: Sugar is a killer and … Continue reading
By: Will Coggin Newspaper: New Haven Register This week, the latest in a series of one-sided exposé documentaries against food companies, “Fed Up,” opens in New Haven. The film boasts a star-studded cast to package its message: Sugar is a killer … Continue reading
By: Will Coggin Newspaper: The Hill  Recently, Vermont became the first state to mandate de facto warning labels on genetically improved foods (GIFs), also referred to as GMOs. There is no scientific reason to require any sort of special labeling … Continue reading
By: Will Coggin Newspaper: Macon Telegraph Earth Day, held on April 22, turns 44 this year. The occasion will once again be marked by advocacy groups trotting out different proposals for things people can do to help the environment, from driving … Continue reading
By: Will Coggin Newspaper: Grand Island Independent  Since our country’s founding, states have had the right to determine their own affairs. Each state is free to experiment and choose different laws, but those laws stop at the border. A troubling California … Continue reading
By: Will Coggin Newspaper: The Wall Street Journal  Six states—Missouri, Alabama, Iowa, Oklahoma, Kentucky and Nebraska—sued California in federal court last month. If they are successful, the U.S. Constitution will be vindicated, and Californians may be spared having to pay … Continue reading