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Should animal abuse be a Class A felony? And who defines “abuse?” Commented on: 37 weeks ago (February 9, 2016)

The Swain incident just again proves the ignorance of present day society.

New study shows vegans are unhappy & sick more often Commented on: 37 weeks ago (February 8, 2016)

I understand your pain Amanda. While bouncing along in the feed wagon the other morning I summed up these two thoughts.

The world wide web, properly vetted, can be an excellent conduit of...

A voice of reason in the Bundy-Hammond debate Commented on: 40 weeks ago (January 16, 2016)

The Hammond family is getting their throat cut by an out of control bureaucratic agency bent on destroying their livelihood to facilitate the expansion of a preserve that does not work for the...

A rancher’s thoughts on Chipotle and the Oregon standoff Commented on: 41 weeks ago (January 8, 2016)

After studying what records and information of the Hammond court case are available: if this Oregon case were to end up in an unbiased grand jury inquest: individuals at the BLM, FW(wildlife), the...

Research proves salads are more harmful to the environment than burgers Commented on: 44 weeks ago (December 23, 2015)

So Joe, Are you going to eat 4 ounces of beef or 4 pounds of lettuce? It's three hundred calories either way.

Could we soon be taxed for eating meat? Commented on: 44 weeks ago (December 22, 2015)

If you want your children and the coming generations to walk upright, feed them meat.

Congress repeals COOL, makes Section 179 tax deductions permanent Commented on: 44 weeks ago (December 21, 2015)

As soon as there is a dollar in it for the packers there will be country of origin labeling. I fear that imported beef will be labeled USA to increase value thus requiring a third part...

Researchers warn about health risks of vegetarianism Commented on: 44 weeks ago (December 21, 2015)

Feed you kids beef if you want them to walk upright.

WHO backpedals on red meat/cancer link Commented on: 51 weeks ago (November 2, 2015)


3 ways to disprove IARC on red meat & cancer link Commented on: 1 year ago (October 28, 2015)

I'm no authority but,I recommend reading all the available actual good (not junk) science you can find on the subject of nutrition and disease.

To understand the purpose behind the IARC...

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