Daily Archives: May 24, 2011

Raw milk farmer Michael Schmidt’s lawyer, Karen Selick to be interviewed tonight by Sun TV’s Ezra Levant, 5 pm

Karen Selick (inset photo) is Litigation Director for the Canadian Constitution Foundation.

Karen writes: “I’ll be on Ezra Levant’s show “The Source” today (5:00 p.m. Eastern time), discussing human rights laws. Here’s the link to live streaming:  http://www.sunnewsnetwork.ca/watch-live.html

Note: The program is not about raw milk. As she says above, she’ll be discussing human rights laws. Still, it should be worth watching.

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Got (raw) milk? — disconnect grows between government and the people

From Fredericksburg.com:

Morgan the cow on Capitol hill in Washington D.C. during recent protest. Photo via Overoll.com

“AMERICA, sleep well. After a year of surveillance, an undercover operation, and a pre-dawn raid by gun-toting U.S. marshals, the country is safe from an Amish farmer. Dan Allgyer’s crime? Selling unpasteurized milk to a food co-op in the Washington area.

But raw-milk advocates, the feds are learning, do not go down easily. About 400 people protesting Mr. Allgyer’s arrest arrived on Capitol Hill earlier this month with a cow named Morgan, a milking stool, plastic cups, and plenty of passion. Toasting their favorite drink, they pointed out that the signers of the Constitution also drank raw milk and proclaimed “the right to choose what to eat and drink” without government interference. Continue reading

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