Responding to Surgeon-General-nominee Kenneth Cooper’s proposal to issue Americans tax credits for maintaining “healthy” eating habits and avoiding “bad” foods, Boston Globe columnist Derrick Z. Jackson proposes going even farther. Blaming Coke, Pepsi, and snack advertisements for what ails us, Jackson wants to “[r]ip soda machines out of the schools” and “[b]an soda sponsorship of sports programs.” He’s just getting started. “Ban candy racks at checkout counters at supermarkets, and levy taxes on grocers who give more space to snacks than vegetables.”