The Center for Consumer Freedom warns in our latest ad — featuring the actor who played the “Soup Nazi” on Seinfeld — that if calorie cops have their way, you could be forced into the Salad Line! (To see the ad, click here.) While this fictional food cop measures each customer’s weight to determine what, if anything, restaurant-goers can enjoy, there is actually a real-world food “Czarina” taking away treats from Texas schoolchildren. She’s just one of the food fascists who think you’re too dumb to make your own choices. If these diet scolds have their way, we may all soon be told (as the star of our latest ad says): “No food for you! Come back when you’re thinner!”

Find out more about what’s going on in the real world:

“Fat taxes”? Zoning restrictions on restaurants? A minimum purchase age on candy bars? For the ten dumbest food-cop ideas, click here.
Trial lawyers have threatened to sue everyone from food makers to doctors — even school board members and parents! For more on greedy trial lawyers, who are more than happy to gorge on the next frivolous suit, click here.
To listen to our amusing radio ad lambasting the junk-science attack on snacks, click here.
To see more of our humorous TV ads, click here, here and here. To see our print ads, click here, here and here.
To learn about the oppressive ways food cops infiltrate Big Government, read (and sign) our Declaration of Food Independence by clicking here.
To see the hypocrisy of “Twinkie tax” father Kelly Brownell, click here (and to learn about the 127 ways the U.S. Department of Agriculture says he’s wrong, click here.)
It’s Game Day! To play “Attack of the Nanny” in which you whack calorie killjoys, click here. Or if hitting the lanes is more your style, play “Nanny Bowling” by clicking here.
Find out how the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) wants to ban ground beef that contains more fat than these salad Sandanistas approve of. Check out the group’s mile-long enemies list.
To see a graphic illustration of CSPI’s ground-breaking research, which concluded that doughnuts aren’t health food after all, click here.
For lots more background information, click here.