Two-Way Street: Is Corporate Farming Bad for Your Health?

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in Democrats, Republicans, Video

Another hour of the new policy debate program that lets both sides have an honest, respectful debate.

So what did you think? Please share your thoughts.

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6 Responses to “Two-Way Street: Is Corporate Farming Bad for Your Health?”

  1. Chris Says:

    In the first couple minutes you can, I think, already call who’s full of ****. Statistics such as “96% of farms” are complete garbage. That’s irrelevant if those farmers only produce 20% of the corn.

  2. Tina Says:

    The Corporate Farming Bad for Your Health? yeah because it can cause us diabetes. and its bad for our health thanks for sharing this to us. so that we can be more health conscious. more power to your site!!!!
    GOD bless us all ;-)

  3. Dok Says:

    I like this program.
    I would have asked the lady in the chef coat if she still plans to tax soda even if it is made with real sugar. Exactly how do you determine what to tax and what not to tax? Just saying you will only tax “unhealthy foods” is a pretty wide open statement. Is there a “sugar threashold” per pound of food?

  4. Chris Says:

    Dok – there may be, but I’m certainly no expert :)

  5. superdestroyer Says:

    Please give an example of a corporate farm. Where can I purchase stock in a corporation that grows corn, or wheat, or cotton, or soy beans.

    In reality, such corporations do not exist.

  6. Chris Says:

    I think your knowledge of how the industry works is lacking.

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