Dan Murphy

Commentary: Bad news on biofuels

EPA’s intention to scale back the nation’s ethanol production program by reducing the Renewable Fuel Standard is a reasonable response to an undeniable fact: The program isn’t working. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Ice bucket boycott

Even as the wildly popular fund-raising stunt goes viral, PETA finds a way to throw cold water on the concept of raising money to find a cure for a disease that is as deadly as it gets. FULL STORY »

Commentary: A new counter to GMO haters

Even the most vigorous proponents of bioengineering can get fatigued fighting the misinformation and ignorance among anti-GMO forces. Here’s some new ammunition. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Activists claiming victory

Opponents of SeaWorld’s use of captive orcas and dolphins has ramped up the media debate over its operations, and now its dismal earnings are starting to reflect the impact of the protests. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Connecting the dots

Two seemingly unrelated stories—Ebola in Nigeria and a new report on the impact of global meat production—are in fact directly tied to each other. Read on to learn how. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Beached whale for breakfast

Vegetarians love to pretend that humans are ‘naturally’ inclined to avoid meat. But a bizarre scene in South Africa shows that people will go to disturbing lengths for a meal of meat. FULL STORY »

Bunny backlash

Who doesn’t like bunnies? Especially when they’re for dinner. Turns out, even the holiest of humane hustlers can’t sell rabbit meat without catching a Whole Foods Market full of grief. FULL STORY »

Commentary: The shock doc

A British TV doctor tries to one-up the SuperSize Me model—but his pathetic attempt not only falls flat as entertainment but implicitly endorses. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Game on

The seizure of several tons of illegal game meat in Africa may seem unrelated to animal agriculture in North America, but there is a direct and vitally important connection. FULL STORY »

Commentary: The worst meat to eat

For a host of reasons, the standard dietary advice to ‘eat less red meat, and more seafood’ needs to be seriously reconsidered. And Shark Week is the perfect time to do so. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Culinary fantasyland

Can you call something a cookbook when the ‘cuisine’ in question doesn’t exist, the ‘foods’ the book features are totally fake and the recipes inside don’t even exist? I think not. FULL STORY »

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