“If I go down – if my farm goes down – there’s nobody standing behind me,” Baker warned. “This is it. This is the last game. We don’t have to lose, but we all have to pitch in, and we all have to do something – because if we don’t, we will lose. And all you budding farmers will be done, and all you guys who like to eat good food – it will dry up.”
While submitting our comments probably won’t stop the train wreck, we can’t let food safety “modernization” go into effect without putting up a fight. If you thought the government taking control of our “health”care was bad, imagine what it’ll be like when they take over our farms. People should be fighting this harder than they fought Obamacare.
Whether it’s shrimp – America’s favorite seafood – imported from Asia and Ecuador or tilapia brought in from China, one thing seems clear – America is farming out her seafood to other countries.
In today’s rapidly decaying society many parents are turning to a new but old approach when it comes to educating their children – homeschooling. Whether it’s bringing back rugged individualism and self-sufficiency, wanting to achieve a higher test scores, or wanting better social interactions for children, homeschooling seems to be a beacon of light in the heavily regulated world of education.
The cool, moist, strip hit the hot cast-iron pan with a sizzle. The air around me immediately filled with a smoky, savory aroma. Bacon. It must be the world’s finest food.
Is there truly anything mightier or more magnificent than bacon? Of all the modern marvels the world has created, I’ll still take eating a piece of bacon over them all. Even standing in the world’s tallest building doesn’t compare to the stature of freshly cooked slice of pig. That’s how fulfilling bacon is for me.