Uncommon Sense

politics and society are, unfortunately, much the same thing

Rushing to do things “on our behalf”

Citing ‘Hungry, Frustrated Children,’ Another District Drops Michelle Obama’s Lunch Menu
July 11, 2013 by Kyle Olson

Wouldn’t it be great if the government actually knew what they were doing when trying to help us, rather than experiment with untested fads? One might begin to wonder if the purpose of the new school lunch standards was really about control rather than about helping kids. Where are the studies on this lunch program that warned about these pitiful results, or was that never even considered beforehand?

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