No demographic bulge threatens America more intimately than the one so many of us lug around as the softer parts of our bodies. Beyond a descriptor of too many of us, fat has become such a wide ranging social phenomenon as to now rightfully be a political issue. Our waistlines, in the realest economic, physical and political terms, have spilled into the democratic forum.Commentary:
It is both the breadth and profitability of our heftiness that should concern us.
This should be a red flag to most of us - the corn industry has received $77.1 billion in U.S. subsidies between 1995 and 2010 - and we are suffering an obesity epidemic fueled by cheap availability of High Fructose Corn Syrup. You’re right – this doesn’t make sense! Politicus USA presents the broad picture of big agriculture, the Food Bill, and what is going on this area now. It’s best we pay attention.
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