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GIF Measures Fail Again

Politicians weren’t the only thing on the ballot on Tuesday. In two states, Oregon and Colorado, genetically improved foods (GIFs) were as well. Voters in Oregon and Colorado were…
PostedNovember 6, 2014 at10:58 am

Would GIF Labels Mean Big Bucks For Big Organic?

Activists in Oregon want to mandate labels on all genetically improved foods (GIFs). Like their fellows in Washington and California in years past, they’ve managed to get an initiative on the…
PostedAugust 5, 2014 at5:38 pm

Study War Z: Debunked Anti-GIF Claims Republished

You may remember a brouhaha that ensued over purported “research” by French anti-genetically improved food (GIF) “scientist” Gilles-Eric Seralini that claimed to show that GIFs caused cancer. The study…
PostedJune 26, 2014 at10:55 am

Putin Calls on United Nations to Regulate GIFs

As we have reported, one of the more notable anti-genetically improved foods (GIFs) activist groups is none other than Vladimir Putin’s despotic Russian regime. Somewhere between annexing…
PostedJune 9, 2014 at11:00 am

Vermont Stands with Putin on GIFs

Vermont politicians caved to activist pressure this week as the legislature passed a law requiring warning labels on genetically improved foods (GIFs). In so doing, Vermont joins a …
PostedApril 25, 2014 at4:19 pm

Greenpeace Co-Founder Says Anti-GIF Activists Kill Kids

We’ve extensively detailed how the scientific community is united in its support for genetically improved foods (GIFs), which are capable of reducing world hunger and malnutrition worldwide. Even…
PostedApril 7, 2014 at6:46 am

Make Sure Santa Gives Gifts, Not Lawsuits

When Santa comes down the chimney, he can’t help but drink the milk and eat the cookies kids leave out for him. Sadly, in this litigious age, he may leave…
PostedDecember 21, 2007 at12:00 am

Make Sure Santa Gives Gifts, Not Lawsuits

When Santa comes down the chimney, he can’t help but drink the milk and eat the cookies kids leave out for him. Sadly, in this litigious age, he may leave…
PostedDecember 18, 2006 at12:00 am

A Healthy Valentine’s Gift

Every year chocolate is celebrated on Valentine's Day for its sensual romantic symbolism, its power as an aphrodisiac to awaken slumbering passions. But now science is discovering that chocolate has many health benefits. (The nannies can't be happy about this.) Writing in the Los Angeles Times, Charity Ferreira humorously writes that "now is the time to share a chocolate dessert with your valentine, before it loses its cachet and becomes as romantic as a bowl of oat bran."
PostedFebruary 14, 2001 at12:00 am

Donate – International

Join our fight against activists like PETA trying to impose a lifestyle on you. Our freedom of choice as consumers is under attack. What you eat, what you wear, how…
PostedNovember 30, 2018 at11:28 am