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A 'March For Science,' Or For Political Partisanship?

by Henry I. Miller, Julie Kellyvia Washington Examiner
Friday, April 13, 2018

The March for Science on April 14, focused on Washington, D.C., and accompanied by hundreds of complementary events worldwide, promises to be an unfocused affair. According to the organizers, the marches are part of “a non-partisan movement to celebrate science and the role it plays in everyday lives.”

Analysis and Commentary

How The Administrative State Serves Clients And Hurts Citizens: The Case Of The Non-Organic, Organic Food

by Henry I. Miller, Julie Kellyvia American Greatness
Tuesday, October 24, 2017

The late economist and Nobel Laureate Milton Friedman used to say that only in government, when a program or project fails dismally, the instinctive response is to make it bigger. 

Analysis and Commentary

Federal Subsidies To Organic Agriculture Should Be Plowed Under

by Henry I. Miller, Julie Kellyvia Forbes
Wednesday, July 12, 2017

The House Committee on Appropriations is scheduled to meet today [July 12] to consider the full committee markup of the FY2018 Agriculture Appropriations Bill. We hope it will reflect a guiding principle articulated in a recent Wall Street Journal editorial: “if you’re going to propose cutting a program, you might as well try to eliminate it. The political pain is as great and if you succeed the payoff is greater.”


No, California, Roundup Won't Give You Cancer

by Julie Kelly, Henry I. Millervia Los Angeles Times
Thursday, April 27, 2017

The chemophobes who run California are at it again, siding with environmental activists and pseudoscience rather than evidence and common sense.

Analysis and Commentary

March For Science, Or Against Republican Politicians?

by Henry I. Miller, Julie Kellyvia Forbes
Thursday, April 20, 2017

The April 22 March for Science, focused on Washington, D.C., but accompanied by some 400 complementary events worldwide, promises to be a motley affair. According to one of the young scientist-organizers, it is intended to help inexperienced science advocates develop the skills they need “to make their concerns heard” and to “have an effect on politics,” while maintaining a nonpartisan atmosphere.

Analysis and Commentary

Organic Labeling Program Should Be Plowed Under

by Julie Kelly, Henry I. Millervia San Diego Union-Tribune
Saturday, April 1, 2017

The “skinny” budget proposed by the White House a few weeks ago will undergo significant changes as it wends its way through the maze of congressional committees, but it’s clear that the president and his economic advisers really do want to take a scalpel to programs that are marked by waste, fraud and abuse.

Analysis and Commentary

Will The Trump Administration Usher In An Era Of Less Cronyism And Pay-To-Play?

by Henry I. Miller, Julie Kellyvia Forbes
Wednesday, November 16, 2016

“You know I am your chief lobbyist in the campaign.” –Clinton Campaign Chairman John Podesta to Gary Hirshberg, chairman of Stonyfield Farm organic yogurt company and foe of biotechnology, in a WikiLeaks email.


The Phony Case Against Glyphosate

by Julie Kelly, Henry I. Millervia National Review
Thursday, August 11, 2016

Green zealots pressure the EPA to ban valuable weapons against hunger and disease. 

Mark Bittman Eats His Words--And Chokes

by Julie Kelly, Henry I. Miller
Monday, May 16, 2016

What happens when a sanctimonious, know-nothing foodie who has made a career out of peddling false and misleading information about food production technologies and big agribusiness decides to cash in by exploiting his favorite food fads?

Analysis and Commentary

The GMO Circus Comes To Congress And It's Not Fun

by Julie Kelly, Henry I. Millervia Forbes
Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Like Nero fiddling while Rome burned, some politicians have a hard time setting priorities.