Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Food

Trading In Our Heritage — Or Pushing Back

By Robert Knight Goya's Chief Bucks the Surrender Trend Munch. Munch. Wow, these Maria cookies made by Goya sure are crispy. And only 25 calories each. We’ve got...

Meat Shortages Show Need For Federal Slaughterhouse Reform

Jul 30, 2020,07:00pm EDT Nick Sibilla Senior Contributor, Forbes Policy I cover criminal justice, entrepreneurship, and offbeat lawsuits. When the coronavirus began to ravage the nation’s slaughterhouses, beef...

Burger King, Cargill and WWF Launch Grassland Restoration Project

DROVERS NEWS SOURCE As global demand for protein increases, ranchers, agribusinesses, restaurants and conservation partners are coming together to feed a growing population, address climate...

With Looming Meat Shortage, Controversial Soy Burgers Appear on Store Shelves

By Jack Davis, Western Journal News Grocery giant Kroger announced last week that it will be selling the Impossible Burger at 1,700 locations. The action...

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Forget the Hunter Biden sex tapes. The real news is much bigger than that.

By Andrea Widburg, The American Thinker GTV, a Chinese dissident billionaire’s Taiwan-based media outlet, is releasing sordid, depressing videos and photographs of a person purported...

Biden Acknowledges ‘Extensive Voter Fraud Organization’ Behind Campaign

By Bronson Stocking, Townhall Unfortunately for Democrats and their media allies, who are constantly assuring us that no Democrat would ever stoop so low as...

Immigrant Business Owner Tells MSNBC Why He’s Voting for Trump

By Bronson Stocking, Townhall MSNBC recently asked a few North Carolinians who they plan on voting for in the upcoming election. Pratik Bhakta, a hotel owner...

Bullock Cashes in on Corporate Donations

By Collin Anderson, Free Beacon Montana Democratic governor Steve Bullock, whose Senate campaign regularly lambastes the political influence of "corporate special interests," has taken nearly...