Archives: Letters

By: Will Coggin Newspaper: Journal Gazette    On May 24, Fort Wayne’s food activists joined protesters around the world to “March Against Monsanto” and scare Hoosiers about genetically improved foods, hoping legislators will mandate a special label on foods containing … Continue reading
By: Will Coggin Newspaper: Poughkeepsie Journal The New York State Legislature should avoid the mistake of voting to label foods with genetically modified ingredients. Scientists at organizations such as the American Medical Association, the Royal Society (London) and the World … Continue reading

Marchers against science

(June 4th, 2014)
By: Will Coggin Newspaper: Pittsburgh Tribune Review  Pittsburgh’s food activists joined protesters around the world on May 24 to “March Against Monsanto” and scare Pennsylvanians about genetically improved foods (GIFs), hoping legislators will mandate a special label on foods containing … Continue reading
By: Will Coggins Newspaper: Eugene Register-Guard Eugene’s food activists recently joined protesters around the world to “March Against Monsanto” and scare Oregonians about genetically improved foods, hoping legislators will mandate a special label on foods containing them (“GMO foods protested,” … Continue reading
By: Will Coggin Newspaper: Marin Independent-Journal  Golden State lawmakers have now rejected a mandate to label genetically improved foods (GIFs) — and they were right to do so. Top scientists from all over the world have concluded GIFs are safe, … Continue reading

Food Science

(June 1st, 2014)
By: Will Coggin Newspaper: Twin Falls Times-News Filer’s food activists joined Saturday protesters around the world to “March Against Monsanto” and scare Idahoans about genetically improved foods, hoping legislators will mandate a special label on foods containing them. But what … Continue reading
By: Will Coggin Newspaper: The News-Gazette    Urbana’s food activists recently joined protesters around the world to “March Against Monsanto” and scare Illinoisans about genetically improved foods (GIFs), hoping legislators will mandate a special label on foods containing them. But … Continue reading

Pet peeve

(May 30th, 2014)
By: Will Coggin Newspaper: Charleston Post and Courier  The $15.75 million settlement paid by the Humane Society of the United States and other animal-rights activists in a racketeering lawsuit should serve as a red flag to animal lovers and the public … Continue reading

Letter left a bad taste

(May 30th, 2014)
By: Will Coggin Newspaper: The Town Talk An exact copy of the supposedly “grassroots” letter telling people to eat vegetables rather than meat at Memorial Day barbecues ran in many other news outlets as well under different names. (“Put Veggies … Continue reading
By: Will Coggin Newspaper: St. Louis Post-Dispatch The $16 million settlement paid by the Humane Society of the United States and other animal-rights activists in a racketeering lawsuit should serve as a red flag to animal lovers and the public (“Animal-rights … Continue reading