Monthly Archives: November 2003

A Thanksgiving That We Should Be Thankful For

Dennis Avery As my family gathers at the Thanksgiving feast this year, I am thankful that a larger percentage of the world’s people than ever before enjoy food abundance. I am thankful that last winter’s famine in southern Africa was … Continue reading

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UN Global Warming Panel Preparing to Scare Again

Dennis Avery The UN’s global warming panel is cooking up another scary report for 2004. Their 1996 report, the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, fraudulently claimed it saw “a discernible human influence” on the current climate. The IPCC is … Continue reading

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Hogs and Water Quality: Review Fails to Find Any Hog Impact

Download PDF This extensive review of state-collected water quality data from North Carolina, conducted by Dr. Dwayne R. Edwards from the University of Kentucky, was sponsored by Frontline Farmers, Inc., a group of North Carolina hog farmers. We are honored … Continue reading

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Organic Farmers Cry Foul on Toxic Corn Meal Recall

Dennis Avery I’ve just received a harsh critique-from the President of California’s organic farmers- on a recent column about Britain recalling all six tested brands of organic corn meal. All six contained very high levels of fumonisin, a natural fungal … Continue reading

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Key Global Warming Study Found Flawed

Dennis Avery One of the most influential scientific studies supporting the case for man-made global warming has just been publicly condemned for “poor data handling, selective use of sources, reliance on obsolete versions of source data and erroneous statistical calculations.” … Continue reading

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