Daily Archives: November 7, 2010
Sloppy documentation behind FDA’s destruction of product demands at raw milk cheese maker Morningside Dairy
Doreen Hannes, writing on the Complete Patient blog, with an introduction from David E. Gumpert:
“The case of Morningland Dairy in Missouri has been one of the more outrageous in The State’s continuing campaign against nutritionally-dense foods, especially such foods sold privately. Morningland has effectively been shuttered, ordered to destroy its entire 2010 inventory worth about $250,000, because of the supposed presence of the pathogen listeria monocytogenes seized by government agents in their June 30 raid–a highly unusual step. Continue reading
Michael Schmidt reminds us that threats to our rights exist not only in the United States (see the previous two posts about Bill S-510):
“I am following the current urgency by the Government to pass bill C 36.
This bill is once again is tabled under the pretext to protect you.
If this bill is passed, an “inspector” can TRESPASS, ENTER YOUR HOME at any time, even when you’re not home, and SEARCH AND SEIZE your PROPERTY for ownership or disposal in your house WITHOUT A COURT WARRANT! OR YOUR PERMISSION! THIS IS OUTRAGEOUS! and DIRECT VIOLATION OF THE CHARTER OF RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS!
CONTACT YOUR MP RIGHT NOW AND TELL THEM YOU’RE AGAINST THIS BILL. Continue reading