There are too relatvely boring stories in the NY Times today that when taken toghether tell a somewhat interesting tale.
I wonder how many readers really think genetically altered salmion is safe enough to feed their kids. I guess not many. The FCC's ability to regulate the internet? -- just as shaky. And the SEC doesn't do much to build the credibility of federal agencies.
It is a miracle the FAA keeps the planes in the sky. I suppose the highly visible planes falling from the sky scenario is what makes the price of buying the FAA beyond the reach of the hired guns in Washington. You can bet they are trying everything they can.
So I for one do not believe that the FDA knows any more about the long term effects of the altered salmon than they do about the long term effects of the growth hormones in our beef. Best to eat as little of that stuff as possible.
Whether or not the FCC gets some regulations to enforce against Comcast -- I am pretty sure Comcast is going to be managing my network traffic however they want.
Here is another post I did a few weeks ago on net neutrality.