If you’ve been reading the Center for Consumer Freedom’s Daily Headlines this week…
You know that CSPI’s Nutrition Action Healthletter is “not to be taken seriously,” and that the government is manipulating Harry Potter to spook kids about drinking.
You’ve learned that health nannies don’t confine their foolishness to April 1, and that pregnant pigs “don’t belong” in state constitutions.
You’ve read about efforts to ban peanut butter from Connecticut school lunchrooms, and about cops who oppose lowering the blood-alcohol arrest threshold.
You’ve seen how the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is funding statistically-impaired neo-prohibitionists, and how the American Heart Association endorses daily alcohol consumption.
If you know someone who should be reading the Center for Consumer Freedom Daily Headlines, drop them an e-mail telling them to start!