School Lunch

Problem is, Obama has said stuff like this before

by Skip June 27, 2014

This just struck me the wrong way, but given the attitude he exudes, I’m not surprised: Obama Jokes about Executive Order to Make Boys Play It’s funny, because President Obama issues a lot of orders. “And last month, three young girls wrote to me that boys aren’t fair because they don’t pass the ball in gym […]

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GrokSHOT! – School Lunch Mao Suits

by Steve MacDonald June 2, 2014
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Kids, cafeteria managers, Parents, and even school officials are rebelling against centrally planned lunch menus that cost more, taste less, leave kids hungry, and fill up landfills.  Yet that is what the ‘experts decree.  Makes you wonder how we were so successful before they came along and ‘fixed it?’ (Note to progressives: Danger – There […]

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The Benfit of Federalism – Michelle Obama School Lunch Program Teaches Kids About Central Planning

by Steve MacDonald May 21, 2014
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Liberals like to use government to force their worldview on others, from as high up and as far away as they can, preferably with layers of bureaucracy between you–the more people to finger for their own failure the better.  So when Michelle Obama spun her domestic web of progressive meddling across the public school lunch […]

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So, did Michelle O’s version of Big Government all over our kids food work out?

by Skip July 16, 2013

Conservatives believe that the best government is a limited one and the closer to to the Citizens it is supposed to serve, the better.  That way, it is much easier for Citizens to correct the actions and decisions made by their public servants. After all, local is where life is lived and when things go […]

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Quick Thought – Oh, Steve…..

by Skip July 9, 2013

Two snippets from Grokster Steve’s post “Lunch Racists Bail On Michelle-O” caught my eye (emphasis mine): The Government limits the choices by force of law but human nature (and natures laws) trump man made laws every time so the kids end up skipping the Michelle-O in favor of quick alternatives.   So the law effectively creates […]

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Lunch Racists Bail On Michelle-O

by Steve MacDonald July 9, 2013

School districts from LA to NY are complaining and now a few of them are taking matters into their own hands. “We’re eating more junk food, now, than last year”, a student from the Los Angeles Unified School District explained in December of 2011. We’re talking about Michelle Obama’s Healthy Kids Hungry act, passed by […]

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The Left’s War on Education

by Steve MacDonald January 12, 2013

The left’s objection to even one tax dollar finding its way into the hands of a church is legion.  It is (apparently) a matter of even greater concern that we might engage in tax policy that accidentally encourages others–by allowing them to keep more of their own money–to give some of it to a religious […]

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S.3307 The Healthy Hunger Free Kids Act…Guess Who Voted for It?

by Steve MacDonald September 25, 2012

S.3307 (2010)is the legislation that empowered the Feds to regulate local school lunches.  It is the regulation that is driving up the cost of school lunches by law, because the law demands parity of price regardless of cost.  It is the law that limits the number of calories and other nutritional elements to a national […]

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Federal Mandate Drives Up School Lunch Prices in Merrimack NH

by Steve MacDonald July 20, 2012

Who says there is no such thing as a free lunch?  Well it wont be just Merrimack, New Hampshire.  The Healthy Hunger Free Kids Act of 2010 Federal mandate essentially implemented price controls everywhere School lunch is served to fund free lunch, based on federal guidelines, decided on for everyone, by a few hundred Democrats, […]

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