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  • Jan 19, 2014
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    It’s Time To Scrap The Unemployment Rate Metric 7

    The reason the unemployment rate continues to fall is that people are simply giving up looking for work. We simply have stopped counting the unemployed as unemployed...More
  • Jan 6, 2014
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    USDA Backtracks On Changes To School Lunch Program 3

    It looks like USDA is backtracking on its stance to limit protein in school lunch programs....More
  • Dec 23, 2013
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    Despite The Evidence, Greenpeace Plays The Grinch In 2013 12

    Can things get any sadder than an environmental group forced to scare kids at Christmas?...More
  • Wind Turbines in rural America
    Dec 11, 2013
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    Do You Like Wind Turbines? 31

    A wind energy company is headed to court for causing the death of hundreds of migratory birds....More
  • ethanol consequences for beef producers
    Nov 26, 2013
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    Death And Destruction Show Green Energy Isn’t So Green 13

    While hydraulic fracturing for natural gas is demonized, less efficient energy development cause animal death and destruction that largely goes unreported and unnoticed....More
  • lessons from a greenpeace dropout
    Nov 19, 2013
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    3 Lessons From A Greenpeace Dropout 8

    Dr. Patrick Moore, the former president of Greenpeace and self-proclaimed Greenpeace dropout, explains his idea of a sensible environmentalist. Here are three takeaways for an agriculture producer....More
  • Nov 7, 2013
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    Politics: Perhaps It’s A Good Thing We’re Not Good At It

    There’s been a long and ongoing trend in U.S. politics toward polarization, which leads to the inability to debate issues, find common ground and reach a compromise....More
  • farm bill debate continues in washington
    Nov 7, 2013
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    Despite Incentive To Act Quickly, Farm Bill Progress Unlikely 1

    House and Senate farm bill conferees have begun meeting to hammer out a compromise on a new farm bill that is now two years overdue....More
  • Nov 5, 2013
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    Horse Slaughter, Horse Welfare A Victim of Legal Maneuvering 78

    In a surprise ruling, a New Mexico judge threw HSUS out of court and allowed horse slaughter in the U.S to resume. Will the amount of harm and abuse that horses have suffered at the hands of HSUS and other groups may finally and thankfully come to an end? Perhaps, but don't expect those to opposed to horse slaughter to tone down the screeching....More
  • Oct 24, 2013
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    The Simple Math For Obamacare Just Doesn’t Pencil Out 13

    The U.S. isn’t the first country to move toward socialized medicine, and there is good data upon which to base our conclusions on the outcome....More

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