I like his point.
I am an opponent of the FDA’s war on natural foods and farmers. I’ve stood up for raw milk, hemp and natural supplements. I fought to take power AWAY from the government on these issues. So while there is evidence we should be concerned about GMOs, we should also be careful not to lose our constitutional perspective simply because the end result is one we may desire. That’s what we fight against. That’s what the statists do. Take a look at a pretty thorough rundown on the recent GMO amendment. There were many more problems with it, including the potential the FDA could have assumed broad new rule making authority if this badly written amendment had passed. – Sen. Rand Paul
John Stossel is a genius.
People will just never get it, though.
“What’s the difference between a giant private club or a small private cafe?” Genius.
Pay attention to several facts: on the one hand, before the Civil Rights movement, it was local GOVERNMENTS that were discriminating. If a business discriminates, it loses the money that it would have gained from those customers, so there’s less incentive to discriminate.
But people will never get this.