If you’ve been reading the Center for Consumer Freedom’s Daily Headlines this week…
You’ve read about the absurd claim that obesity “threatens the foundations of our society as would a massive SARS outbreak,” and about West Virginia’s use of taxpayer money for attacks on soft drinks.
You’ve learned that John Banzhaf’s “untested weapon” in the obesity lawsuits is an animal-rights nut who shoots scientific blanks, and that the hyper-health-nanny Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has joined the obesity wars.
You know that the “hunger results from distribution, not supply” argument against biotech crops is bogus, and that the campaign to ban certain kinds of pig pens might soon hit the West coast.
You’ve seen how California legislators are relying on junk science in their quest to ban soda in schools, and how CSPI’s food police manipulated government data in its petition to the FDA.
If you know someone who should be reading the Center for Consumer Freedom Daily Headlines, drop them an e-mail telling them to start!