Yesterday, the New York Times embarked on a novel approach to covering the gun issue: Instead of focusing on gun culture, it kicked off a series of reports on the gun industry — whose response to fewer Americans participating in shooting sports was to feast on the fear and loathing of a Democratic President who the NRA paints as someone who is plotting to shut down the Second Amendment and “take away our guns.”
This is how and why product labeling is important. Although we may be initially unaware of the long-term effects and dangers of some ingredients, eventually, we do learn, albeit usually the hard way.
Current nutrition labeling is viewed as a means to educate consumers about nutrition. Labeling and consumers have come a long way in a remarkably short time. Although labeling modifications to further inform consumers and affirm ingredients, whether simple such as quantity or complicated such as quality, are depicted as potentially inflammatory and burdensome on food distributors…I think we can probably handle it.
#SheVotes Senator Kirsten Gillibrand on why women's votes will make the difference this year! (Donna) http://momocrats.com/2012/10/26/sen-kirsten-gillibrand-women-must-make-their-voices-heard-and-vote/Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand: Women Must Make T…
#SheVotes Richard Mourdock also has radical opinions that are not about rape. He thinks Social Security is unconstitutional. He'll filibuster any justice to the left of Robert Bork. Let's hope Indiana voters don't send him to the Senate….