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NYT's Kim Severson Chides 'Fat' Mississippians for Rejecting Food Regulations

Atlanta bureau chief Kim Severson mocks Mississippians: "To that end, the people who govern the state with the highest rate of obesity in the nation have passed a bill saying that any law that ...
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NYTimes' Tavernise Pushes Heaping Helpings of Speech and Food Regulation in the Name of Better Health

Reporter Sabrina Tavernise went back for refills to bolster the nanny state: "But critics say efforts to influence behavior will have only a modest effect without policy measures like taxes on ...

CBS Plays Food Police, Touts ObamaCare Counting Calories

On Tuesday's CBS Evening News, correspondent Michelle Miller lectured Americans on their diet: "According to Consumer Reports Health, many Americans are simply deluding themselves, most say they ...

Step Away from the Candy Dish

The paper's left-wing "Ethicist" columnist calls for a crackdown on candy jars in the office: "Snacking might be defended as a personal choice, but it's tough to stay cake-free amid a permanent ...

Junk Food Ban "Faces Hurdles" - But Freedom Isn't One of Them

The Times' Kim Severson brings the nanny-state approach to the school snack bar, celebrating the fight against "the mountain of high-calorie snacks and sodas available to schoolchildren."

The "Obesity Epidemic" - Poor, Minorities Hardest Hit

The Times goes English-only? A business reporter bashes McDonald's for advertising its new giant soft drink in several languages.

Food Police's Latest Victim: Soda Industry

CBS and NBC say study associates diet soda with heart disease, despite same study stating data inconclusive.

The 'Consumer Group' That Doesn't Want You to Consume

Journalists love CSPI's hype and embrace its extremist anti-food agenda.

The "Obesity Epidemic"?

Liberal health zealotry in the Times.
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