Dan Murphy

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 »

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: 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 »

Commentary: Lies, damn lies, and vegan statistics

You can make the numbers say whatever you want, allegedly. But you can’t make the case for stats so blatantly inflated that even diehard supporters are likely to choke on the overkill. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Reindeer games

It’s Christmastime, and in Scandinavia, where many of our most beloved traditions originated, it’s tough sledding for the native people who herd the animals central to our holiday tales. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Holiday hypocrisy

December is for celebrating, which means partying, overeating and occasionally abandoning all reason, especially when talk turns to the ‘quality’ of the holiday fare we’re wolfing down. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Soft and sweet

Yet another dietary study finds fault with the American diet. Only this time, ‘sugary drinks’ are to blame. But how come isn’t the media crucifying Coke and Pepsi the way they do with red meat? FULL STORY »

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