Posts Tagged ‘regulation’

No GMOMilton Friedman was right to draw our attention to the failings and detrimental effects of government regulation of our health, in the increasing absence of our own awareness and self-responsibility, especially with regards to unconstitutional federal regulation by the FDA. Why is it unconstitutional? Because the federal government was constituted with very limited functions, while those dealing with life, liberty and property were left to the States, which are closer to the people.

It’s far easier for big agri-business and big-Pharma to control one federal government regulator than it is for 50 different regulators.

This article describes eight foods that government regulators didn’t protect you from, which some food exports won’t even eat. They are:

Canned tomatoes, corn-fed beef, microwave popcorn, non-organic potatoes, farmed salmon, milk with artificial hormones, GMO unfermented soy and non-organic apples.

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English: Ticker board of Tokyo stock exchange

On the January 21, 2012 episode of Erskine Overnight, Bob Chapman, The International Forecaster, said (at 38:42):

You need to have regulated markets, or they’re no good.

And he’s not talking about self-regulation — he’s talking about government regulation.

Despite that, groups like the Mises Institute — which hates government so much, they’re a government-sanctioned and regulated tax-exempt organization, and hates monetary inflation so much, they owned $4 million in U.S. Treasury Bonds in 2007 — and The Daily Bell, whose founder “continues to advise and consult to large international banks” —¬†continue to tell us there is no need for government regulation of markets.

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