Brett Wilkins, staff writer
Employees at the Triumph Foods plant in St. Joseph Missouri process pig parts. (Photo: USDA)
Plants adopting the Trump-approved New Swine Inspection System had, on average, nearly double the rate of fecal and digestive matter contamination of other facilities.
Jake Johnson, staff writer
Tom Vilsack speaks on December 11, 2020 after being nominated to serve as Agriculture Secretary.
"Unless he pledges to implement significant safeguards for scientists, Tom...
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
Then-U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack testifies during a hearing before the Senate Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry Committee September 21, 2016 on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.
"Tom Vilsack has proven not to be the leader we need."


About that move by Dumpster and his oil-rich goons to create a pretend-it's-not-there-and-hope-it'll-go away-even-though-we're-gonna-all-die reality: No. Their Orwellian ban on the term "climate change" - now “weather extremes," thanks - has met a flood of opposition, from scientists leaking a damning report to artists working underwater to a rogue Alt N ational Park Service upping their game. Because "climate change isn't like Voldemort - not saying its name won't keep it from happening."