Who doesn’t love a good rescue story? But now imagine one that involves rescuing millions and millions of pounds of nutritious foods from being taken to landfills and sending them to hungry people instead. Welcome to Grocery Rescue, a program that redirects perishable foods that stores identify as unmarketable but still safe for people…

The most under-reported  and neglected aspect of the good food movement is the 20 million workers who toil every day — often under inhumane conditions — harvesting fields, killing and cutting up animals, packing boxes, driving trucks, cooking meals, ringing up orders, serving tables and cleaning up the mess. Recognizing this reality is the idea…

George McGovern, 1972 Democratic Party presidential nominee and former U.S. Congressman and Senator from South Dakota died Oct. 21 at age 90. He was a World War II pilot of a B-24 Liberator bomber, flying 35 missions over Nazi occupied Europe, earning the Distinguished Flying Cross and other air medals. Between his service in the…

If you follow politics, you may have noticed there are loads of scorecards that grade politicians. Each special interest seems to have at least one such report card. Environmentalists, for example, have the League of Conservation Voters, gun rights advocates have the National Rife Association and concerned taxpayers have the National Taxpayers Union. Each group…

The New York Times headline shouts:  “Hunger in U.S. at a 14-Year High.”  
President Obama says:  “hunger rose significantly last year.”  But, researchers for a Department of Agriculture report will only say that people are experiencing “food insecurity” or even “very low food security.”  This latter terminology is politically motivated doublespeak.  

So why …