Dan Murphy

Commentary: Eating, cooking and the ‘D’ word

That is, ‘dementia.’ Yes, thanks to some researchers eager to plow new ground, there’s now a new study claiming that cooking your meat makes you senile. Uh . . . I forget why, though. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Barking up the wrong tree

A campaign to force mandatory GMO labeling continues to be high on the activist agenda. But is it possible to ‘road test’ voluntary labeling in a non-human food category? Uh, no — not really. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Swing and a miss

A new study analyzes the strategies and tactics designed to get affluent Western to cut down on their meat-eating. And once again, the researchers are taking aim at the wrong target. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Feed vs. food

Anti-industry types argue that we can’t ‘waste’ farmland growing feed crops for livestock. Yet a closer look at sustainability actually turns that mantra inside out: We can’t afford not to. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Fast-food folly

What’s the solution to the obesity crisis? A new study suggests that tougher regulations on the fast-food industry is the ticket. But that’s a classic case of putting the cart before the horse. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Going to the dogs

Instead of the usual Olympic controversies about fraudulent figure skating scores and doped-up athletes, these Games have reporters asking a ‘canine question’ that just won’t go away. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Drone, drone on the range

Along with military deployments, police surveillance and someday delivering Amazon packages, unmanned drones now have a new mission: Tracking and busting would-be cattle rustlers. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Researching the obvious

While obesity remains a persistent — and problematic — public health concern, some of the research surrounding the issue is about as enlightening as noting that the sun rises in the East. FULL STORY »

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 »

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