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The (Obesity) Parent Trap?

We’ve been hearing more and more blustering from activists recently about the way food is marketed to kids. Notorious food cop Marion Nestle was in Australia last week for…
PostedJuly 11, 2007 at12:00 am

Diametric on Double Chins

Last night The Charlie Rose Show featured a panel on obesity and nutrition that read like a who’s who of food cops, including anti-food-industry fanatics Marion Nestle and…
PostedJune 26, 2007 at12:00 am

School Food Cops And The 10-Percent Solution

Desperate for an obesity scapegoat, activists have rushed to single out food offered in schools — including bake sale goodies, vending machine snacks, and birthday cupcakes…
PostedJune 12, 2007 at12:00 am

Grandma’s Recipes Subject To Trans Fat Bans

The nostalgic phrase "just like mom made" may lose all meaning for future generations, thanks to the incessant meddling of food police from the Center for Science in the…
PostedMay 17, 2007 at12:00 am

Lions And Bulls And Bears, Oh My

The demands of Wall Street’s shareholders may cause more to grow than just the corporate bottom line. The financial district is also pushing your bathroom scale into the red, if…
PostedMarch 15, 2007 at12:00 am

When Good Studies Happen To Bad Apples

While many Americans name baseball as their favorite pastime, the food police can’t tolerate any celebration involving chili-drenched hotdogs and ice cold beer. Instead, activist groups pass the time by…
PostedMarch 12, 2007 at12:00 am

Trans Fat Update: Snowballing And Snowblowing

As the list of city and state officials eager to tell us what to eat continues to grow, the bandwagon of would-be trans fat bans now stretches to places…
PostedJanuary 19, 2007 at12:00 am

Obesity Lawsuit Conference IV: This Time, It’s Personal

The Public Health Advocacy Institute‘s annual litigation conference always draws the best of the nation’s worst trial lawyers, academics, and activists together to compare notes on how…
PostedNovember 6, 2006 at12:00 am

Pew “Farm Animal” Commission Tainted By Vegetarian Bias

Washington–This morning the $4.5 billon Pew Charitable Trusts rolled out a stealth campaign against meat production and consumption. The two-year National Commission on Industrial Farm Animal Production (NCIFAP), stacked with…
PostedSeptember 12, 2006 at12:00 am

All The News That’s Fat To Print

A bowlful of developments in obesity politics have cropped up in just the last day. The Center for Consumer Freedom is here to give you the story … and the…
PostedJune 22, 2006 at12:00 am