Dan Murphy

Commentary: Pig on a poster

PETA puts up a billboard right on top of a popular Chicago meatery, and the local media acts like aliens just landed in Daley Plaza. But the TV reporters missed the real message. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Euro-myopia

Recent economic data from the European Commission not only sounds like it’s 30 years old, but it fails to address the real issue: Will Europe remain a meat-producing region or not? FULL STORY »

Commentary: Union gap

News of a relatively agreeable new labor contract at a key Tyson plant is good news for those concerned about union impact on operations (and profitability). But is there more to the story? FULL STORY »

Commentary: The six trillion calorie scam

The A-list of the nation’s food processing companies is taking credit for a significant national reduction in caloric consumption. But how they did it has very little to do with getting healthier. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Whale ale tale

If Hollywood screenwriters tried to create an outrageous scenario that animal activists could use to bash meat-eaters, it’d be tough to top this real-life story about killing whales to make booze. FULL STORY »

Commentary: The more meat, the better

USDA finally accedes to demands from parents and dieticians: Kids can finally have larger portions of meat in the National School Lunch Program and the nutritional skies won’t fall down. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Catering to the holidays

QSR operators have a new pitch: Instead of old-fashioned potlucks or grandma’s big family feast, why not mark the holidays really special—with a giant order of your favorite fast food? FULL STORY »

Commentary: Vegan outrage

Feuding can be fun—especially from the safety of cyberspace—but when activists won’t retract over-the-top exaggerations about their impact, then what we have is a failure to communicate. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Going down the wrong road

The UN is staking its credibility with global food security to a false and unrealistic position: Downgrading animal agriculture, while pretending that secondary strategies can somehow substitute. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Voluntary > coercive

FDA’s new announcement of guidelines for industry and drug companies to begin phasing out low-level antibiotic use is both a challenge and an opportunity, hopefully, more of the latter. FULL STORY »

Commentary: The war on Christmas animals

Vegan extremists Down Under are hard at work during the holidays, not by shilling for the usual soy-based food choices but by demanding a local church shut down a kids’ petting zoo. FULL STORY »

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