Dan Murphy

Commentary: The rhetoric runs both ways

It’s primary season, and campaigning against ‘Big Government’ has resumed with a fervor. But when we need help that only public sector agencies can provide, we’re singing a different tune. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Paying the price

As meat and poultry prices continue to escalate, some pundits are hitting the panic button. But will rising meat prices really wreck the family food budget? Not by my calculations. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Bye bye bullfighting

A high court in India has officially banned the traditional sport of jallikattu. What’s jallikattu, and why do we care? Think ‘rodeo’ (before there was rodeo), and what it would mean if that were banned. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Brew-ha-ha threatens producers

When a business practice benefits both parties involved, and it poses no significant threat to public health, what should FDA do? Why, issue new regulations to restrict the activity, of course. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Once a week ain’t enough

Think Meatless Mondays was mere sideshow that media would eventually tire of covering? Stand by, because now activists are gearing up for an entire Meat Free Week. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Chilling out on climate change

A key argument climate skeptics always rely on is the now debunked prediction of a ‘new ice age.’ But the story of that 1970s debate is compelling as current evidence of global warming. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Behind closed doors

When the public asks, Why shouldn’t producers and packers let everyone see what goes on in the facilities, industry doesn’t often provide a compelling reason — but there certainly is one. FULL STORY »

Commentary: An ironclad threat

According to (yet another) analysis of medical literature, people who eat more meat have increased risk of heart disease. Why? Here’s the interesting part: Meat has too much iron. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Laying down the labeling law

Vermont is poised to become the first state to require food products with genetically engineered ingredients to carry labeling. Is the Green Mountain state the first domino to fall? FULL STORY »

Commentary: Peeing in the pool

In an era of farmland droughts, aquifer depletion and battles over irrigation rights, one city is conducting the mother of all flushing operations — to the tune of 38 million gallons. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Doing a 180 on GMO labeling

A major new CAST study purports to be the ‘final word’ on whether we have to keep arguing over genetic engineering. But its recommendations need to go in the exact opposite direction. FULL STORY »

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