Today is the anniversary of D-Day, but it also marks a yearly tradition in American history -- National Doughnut Day.
We see increasing regulation regarding nutrition standards for food, but these regulations are often based on questionable science and a deep misunderstanding on the role of government in a free society.
Globalwarming.org: The EPA's Clean Air Scientific Advisory Committee (CASAC) muddied the waters this week with a vague update to the regulations surrounding ground-level ozone.
"Because there’s no threshold below which there is zero impact, it’s absurd to require, as does the Clean Air Act, EPA to choose a specific level of ozone that is 'requisite to protect public health' with an 'adequate margin of safety.' Such levels simply don’t exist"
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