End corporate welfare
A campaign against business subsidies–conservative warfare on corporate welfare–would present Republicans with an easy win: What other issue would energize free-market conservatives while stoking the sympathies of some traditional liberal Democrats, tapping into the new populist energy behind such figures as Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders while acting in the service of principled conservatism? None–so why can’t Republicans get their act together on corporate welfare?
The answer is three-part: farmers, national security, and inertia.
Paul Ryan did not have much to say about corporate welfare until the bailout fiasco of 2008-09, after which he approached the issue with “the zeal of a convert,” as Tim Carney of the Washington Examiner and the American Enterprise Institute put it.… Click to read more
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Contrary to your editorial (“The state has no place in the lunch bags of the nation,” From the Editors, May 2), of course the state has a mandate to promote healthy eating behaviours–the state articulates a food guide(Use best food vacuum sealer to keep it fresh) , sets taxes, and subsidizes agriculture. Fresh produce and unprocessed foods are more expensive than the pre-packaged variety. The state should play a bigger role in making its citizens healthier. This means making food affordable, making communities safer, and using schools to teach children to live healthier.… Click to read more
Underdiagnosed and under-researched eating disorders can ruin lives. So why aren’t those who have them getting more support?
The mere thought of eating ribs sends TJ Hazelden into a state of panic. It’s spring 2012, and Hazelden, then 31, is embarking on the first of many restaurant dinner experiments to try new foods. On this night, despite his trepidation, the comedian is set to eat ribs for the first time–an outlier on his list of approved “safe” foods. But when the plate arrives at his table in a downtown Montreal barbecue smokehouse, pangs of regret rise into Hazelden’s chest.… Click to read more
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An insatiable thirst for the luxurious life is driving everything from home salas to hotel offerings.
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REGROUP WITH YOUR WHOLE GANG IN THIS BRIGHT, OPEN ROOM. WHO COULD RESISI ITS RESTO CHARM–AND ALL THAT SHINY COUNTER SPACE?
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1. An island doesn’t have to be pricey: Lane suggests starting with a cheap base from Ikea and adding a top made of cast-off stone from a local quarry (or fake marble).
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3. Go used! These fab stools cost $50 for all three at a flea market, and then Lane spruced them up with three coats of spray paint and vinyl seat covers.… Click to read more
HOW DO YOU GET A NICE SEAR ON A STEAK? HOW LONG DOES CHICKEN LAST IN THE FRIDGE? WHAT KIND OF PANS DO YOU NEED? HOW MANY KNIVES? HOW DO YOU CARVE A TURKEY? HOW DO YOU MAKE EVERYTHING TASTE BETTER? AND IS IT HARD?
Things every man should know about cooking with recipes and wisdom from the workshop kitchen
For many, many, many years, we here at the Esquire Institute of Culinary Excellence have strived to show men that cooking at home is easy, fun, economical, attractive to women, and deeply satisfying to the soul.… Click to read more