Monthly Archives: April 2006

Is Greenpeace Condemning The Amazon Rain Forest?

Dennis Avery Greenpeace is warning Europeans that eating chicken McNuggets will fuel more deforestation in the Amazon rain forest. Greenpeace is “blockading” ships in European harbors with its little rubber boats, and McDonalds outlets with members dressed in chicken suits … Continue reading

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Indigestible Organic Propaganda: When a Nickel Equals Wealth, Pesticides Threaten Our Health

Alex Avery Consumer Reports recently released its semi-annual organic foods promotional edition, which claims that consumers would benefit from eating certain organic foods to “reduce exposure” to supposedly harmful pesticide residues. While the promotional is long on comparative residue numbers, … Continue reading

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The French Don’t Learn Quickly

Dennis Avery Recently, TV news channels have featured vivid pictures from France. First, The French Muslim youth rioted and burned cars because their unemployment runs close to 50 percent. Then, French students counter-rioted, against liberalizing French labor laws designed to … Continue reading

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Organic Farming: Scary Relic or Future Hope?

Dennis Avery Why would all-organic farming be better for the world in the future than it was 100 years ago? Until 1900, the world’s farming was all-organic. That’s because we had no farm chemicals back then except “natural” but highly … Continue reading

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Free Range Chickens and Ducks Dangerous to Humanity

Dennis Avery and Alex Avery The evidence is now clear: Free-range chickens and ducks are a major, direct threat to humans worldwide. Fortunately, we can prevent a massive, global replay of the Spanish flu epidemic that killed perhaps 25 million … Continue reading

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UK Says Animal Rights Activists Misrepresented Claims

Dennis Avery In a stunning defeat for the animal rights movement, Britain’s Advertising Standards Authority ruled in March that People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) misrepresented both animal test and the science behind animal experiments. PETA had claimed … Continue reading

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