For a long time, I have argued that the state and federal judges hearing food rights cases are living on a different planet than the people. The judges nearly always come down entirely on the side of the regulators.
You might think that after half a dozen years of intense debate and a procession of legal cases in the U.S. and Canada over raw milk and food rights, that there might be some softening, some moves to compromise and acceptance-- “live and let live,” as it were.
This may sound like a silly question, but why does the assault on nutrient-dense foods need to be cloaked in so much complexity? Consider...
For the first time since it began quizzing Americans nearly two decades ago, Pew Research Center has found that a majority of Americans feel the federal government threatens their personal rights and freedom.
It’s always dangerous from a journalistic perspective to write about a particular food safety situation in the midst of the regulatory process, especially when it involves raw milk.