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It's a question perhaps best answered by his bosses, and we're sending them a letter asking just that. We'll let you know what they say.
But while they ponder that query let's take a look at his latest Chicago Tribune article titled Mercury-tainted fish on FDA menu. The very first paragraph is quintessential Hawthorne; a mix of distortion, opinion and poor (if not absent) sourcing.
In an irresponsible and unethical attempt to highjack nutrition policy, environmental lobbyists have launched a concerted effort to usurp the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) authority over food nutrition issues.
The Washington Post reports that the Food and Drug Administration has delivered a report to the Office of Management and Budget suggesting that it is time to amend the FDA/EPA seafood advisory.
On the eve of its sustainable seafood retailer ranking re-release Greenpeace continues to miss the mark.
As many of you already know Greenpeace's latest effort at misleading the public takes the form of a slickly produced political ad running in Alaska and Washington State. And while it can dress ‘em up and parade ‘em around on camera Greenpeace's distortions are no match for ground truth science. Remember, Greenpeace insists that Alaska pollock is on the verge of collapse. Below is a snapshot of the stock. Does this say collapse to you?
What do you bet Greenpeace is hoping folks by pass the ole' e-card option?
Greenpeace has reached a new low.
This time in the face of well-researched science and independent government assessments that say "Alaska pollock population levels are high, and no overfishing is occurring" the extremist group has chosen to air TV ads in Seattle and Anchorage disparaging Alaska pollock.
Next week Greenpeace will reveal its new seafood sustainability retailer rankings that will undoubtedly be followed by direct action against grocery stores that it deems "out of compliance" with its arbitrary and contradictory sustainability guidelines. And by direct action I mean vandalism, like it did in Canada last month-a publicity stunt that didn't land Greenpeace too many headlines but did land its foot soldiers in jail.