Dan Murphy

Commentary: The little cabbage that could

GMOs are an easy target when biotech produces crops that resist herbicides. But what if genetic engineering aids human health and protects the world’s fisheries? What if, indeed. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Deadly dry and holding

The forecast of continuing drought across California and the Southwest may well become (no pun intended) a watershed event for all of U.S. agriculture — and for consumers. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Activists against activism

It’s fine for anti-industry activists to use whatever extreme tactics they want — because they ‘care about the animals.’ But if someone who’s concerned about people tries it, they get slammed. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Feasting on food myths

Debunking nutritional mythologies has become a cottage industry in recent years, mainly because the same people doing the debunking are the ones who created the bunk in the first place! FULL STORY »

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: 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 »

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