Barbara H. Peterson on December 30th, 2013

Fast-food burgers, fries, and burritos gave way to fresh salads, meats “prepared with old-fashioned recipes,” and whole grain bread. Fresh fruits were added to the menu. Good drinking water arrived. Vending machines were removed. Grades are up, truancy is no longer a problem, arguments are rare, and teachers are able to spend their time teaching.

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Barbara H. Peterson on December 22nd, 2013

“So,” Jimmy’s father said, “my son really isn’t an individual.” “Correct,” the teacher said. “He just thinks he is.”

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Barbara H. Peterson on November 20th, 2013

Take off the sugar coating and look at the truth.

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Barbara H. Peterson on November 19th, 2013

The labeling movement should be enlisting artists of all kinds to make ads that move people, that attack the poisoners of the food supply, that hold up to ridicule the corporate agenda of monopolizing and degrading the food of this planet.

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