Author Archives: Mike Callicrate

Crop Statisticans, 1908

Send them to prison Texas Union Would Adopt Extreme Measures Against Crop Statisticans The Farmer’s Union of Reagan, Texas, has taken an advanced stand on the question of crop statistics by adopting the following resolution: Resolved, That Reagan Union No. … Continue reading

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NY Times: At Hamburger Central, Antibiotics for Cattle That Aren’t Sick

Many industrial feedlots see routine use of antibiotics as essential. Some cattlemen disagree, calling them “performance enhancing drugs.” By Danny Hakim | March 23, 2018 Ben Holland holds a Mason jar, tilting it slightly to show the powdery 90 milligrams … Continue reading

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Two Chief Economic Classes in America, 1906-2018

Must Collectively Own the Machines We quote from a statement made by J. G. Stokes, the young millionaire, who for several years has been devoting his talent and means to advance the interest of the industrial and producing class. In … Continue reading

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Tariff Uproar

When did it become so wrong to protect something of value? Now that everyone is talking about the tariffs President Trump ordered on imported steel and aluminum earlier this month, we must also question why the United States continues to … Continue reading

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“We have more reason to fear USDA than any foreign power.”

Who Is Allan Savory Allan Savory has been many things in his life: an environmentalist, an academic, an entrepreneur, a philanthropist and a political refugee, just to name a few. He graduated from the University of Natal in South Africa … Continue reading

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