Dan Murphy

Commentary: An apple a day

In the face of all the obstacles that often make farming a dicey business, Washington state apple growers have found a formula that works—and it’s one all producers ought to embrace. FULL STORY »

Commentary: The ultimate trump card?

In politics, it’s long been assumed that money trumps everything else. Spend enough, and you get the win. But did ‘Big Money’ scuttle Washington’s GMO labeling measure? I think not. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Unhorsed in court

A last-minute injunction keeps two horse packing plants from opening, and activists are crowing over a temporary victory. But given the public’s perspective, have they already won the debate? FULL STORY »

Commentary: ‘No’ on GMO labels no victory

In a vote that caught political observers by surprise, Washington voters turned down a ballot measure requiring GMO labeling of foods—but industry shouldn’t celebrate just yet. FULL STORY »

Commentary: The trouble with YouTube

Most adults are experienced at filtering the rivers of ‘information’ encountered each day online. Not so for kids; they take what they watch as gospel, and that’s a concern for animal agriculture. FULL STORY »

Commentary: The art of a fool

A hardcore anti-industry activist rolls out an new art exhibit that is breathtaking in its fogged up world view and sheer ignorance of the fundamental laws of Nature. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Recipes to fry for

Summer foods are supposed to be light, refreshing, full of fresh fruits and veggies. But as Old Man Winter arrives, you reach for the comfort foods—and that means deep-fried and delicious. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Everything there is to know

Take it from the self-styled King of Meat: If you’re only going to buy one cookbook this year, ‘Meat: Everything There is to Know’ is the one you ought to consider. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Vive la différence

Plenty of American Francophobes make fun of France’s socialist government programs, but when it comes to supporting their country’s producers, we might take a lesson from the French. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Pumped full of drugs

For once, that tired talking point might actually be true, as an (alleged) drug addict is accused of stabbing meat packages at a West Coast Walmart store with a hypodermic syringe. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Going down?

If we’re talking about CO2 emissions from fossil fuel consumption, then yes: The good news is that they’ve declined—significantly—in the last six years. Why? Well, that’s a little less clear. FULL STORY »

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