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Fishy Dealings From the FDA

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Fishy Dealings From the FDA

The FDA’s Presumption to Regulate Keeps Valuable Products off the Market The Christian Science Monitor recently published an article on the recent FDA hearings about genetically engineered (GE) salmon: “U.S. government food regulators pondered Monday whether to say, for the first time, that it’s OK to market a genetically engineered animal as safe for Americans […]

Campus Media Response: Without Oil, Kiss your iPhone Good-bye

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Campus Media Response: Without Oil, Kiss your iPhone Good-bye

Writing in the Texas Tech Daily Toreador Chris Leal asks us to ponder a puzzle: It seems as if we truly live our lives out of a work of science fiction. Yet, despite the vast wealth of knowledge we have gained in the last century, we still continue to fuel our lifestyles and our automobiles […]

The Value of Atlas Shrugged

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The Value of Atlas Shrugged

Originally published in 1957, Atlas Shrugged, one of the most controversial novels in American fiction, recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. Annual sales have been growing for years and may grow even faster when the film adaptation is released. Atlas Shrugged is routinely included on “favorite books” surveys. It is not uncommon to hear a businessman, […]