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An 11 year old girl does what no reporter in the Mainstream Media dares to do:



 




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Bait the Tarpon

An 11 year old girl does what no reporter in the Mainstream Media dares to do:

 

 

 

In the logo on the screen behind both of them, the figure jumping up with both hands raised looks like he is sporting a woody.

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In the logo on the screen behind both of them, the figure jumping up with both hands raised looks like he is sporting a woody.

 

He must like very large, hypocritical posteriors :wave:

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Bill Gertz:



 



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The first lady’s claim that her signature initiative “is not about having government telling people what to do” is not born out by the facts.



In 2010, President Obama signed into law the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act, a bill that, according to the White House blog, “was particularly meaningful” to the first lady.



According to a White House fact sheet, the legislation gives government agencies considerable power to regulate what children are allowed to eat at schools.



For example, the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act:




  • Gives the USDA the authority to set nutritional standards for all foods regularly sold in schools during the school day, including vending machines, the “a la carte” lunch lines, and school stores.

  • Sets basic standards for school-wellness policies, including goals for nutrition promotion, education and physical activity, while still permitting local flexibility to tailor the policies to their particular needs.

  • Requires school districts to be audited every three years to improve compliance with nutritional standards.


In January 2012, the USDA issued a series of regulations as part of the new law. Michelle Obama unveiled the new meal standards during a guest appearance at a Virginia elementary school. The new rules include:




  • Ensuring students are offered both fruits and vegetables every day of the week.

  • Offering only fat-free or low-fat milk varieties.

  • Limiting calories based on the age of children being served to ensure proper portion size.





 



Bolds are mine.



 



 



 


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