Tuesday, June 17


Robert F. Kennedy Jr. got a lot of ink over saying some very tame things, tame at least compared to last year's naming of hog farmers as "a greater threat than Bin Laden." At least somebody's bringing up fascism in connection with the animal food industry, even if he is only using it rhetorically. Similarly, this Cleveland Plain Dealer editorial is a pretty tame response to the idiot running Buckeye Egg... "Additional rules are needed to make mega-farms liable for fouling the air and the water, and for monitoring and preventing accidents. Companies that stubbornly refuse to improve their operations should get no slack." It's not a call to arms, just plain common sense, but you know, it's better than nothing.

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