CEI - Government Food Police: ominous video + short story


  Wednesday, June 2, 2010
As government food regulation heats up, CEI presents:  THE NANNY ZONE A video & short story on the food police state
THE NANNY ZONE By CEI Studios   You're traveling through another dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind; a journey into a future land between the pit of man's fears, the summit of his knowledge, and the insanity of government food regulation.   That's the signpost up ahead — your next stop, the Nanny Zone.   Can people find happiness in a land of Big Government and bland food?  
View "The Nanny Zone" on YouTube >



DINING ON POLITICS A short story by Sam Kazman Cigar Magazine, Summer 2010   Take current trends in government food regulation - menu labeling mandates, soda taxes, product bans - and fast-forward a few years into the ominous future.  A man ventures out for dinner, at what used to be his favorite cigar bar... 

Tom Anderson stands outside the Empire Lounge in Meddlin, Wisconsin, at night, trying to light his cigar in the rain. Five minutes earlier, after an unexpectedly lousy dinner, Anderson had attempted to light up inside the restaurant, and was asked to leave.   And now, as Anderson stands in the rain with the cigar finally lit, he notices a police car pull up. An officer gets out and approaches him—and it’s not to wish him a good evening.   Read More >