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 Category:  General Non-Fiction
  Posted: August 14, 2019      Views: 23

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DONALD O. CASSIDY 
Stumbly (screen name revised to Stumbly Up One), has basically achieved his purpose in writing his book BEAUTY SUBJECTED TO MARKETS in Revelation. He believes this means the "Mark" is the LOVE OF MONEY.
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"Better Definetions of Food" by Donald O. Cassidy

An outline of this essay includes I.) A mindset swearing by mere tradition; 2.) partisan politics that leads to name-calling and hard feelings; 3.) vested interest that rationalizes dark money, loyal to an economic ideology; and 4.) a combination of these prejudices that brings havoc to democracy.

Misinformation regarding quality food can, in the extreme, lead to death or great expense. For example, food processors who abide by deregulation of safety measures, desire to speed up belt lines, in a profit motive. Higher production means more profit for the business.
Time-study managers who push seamstress quantities in a frenzy to hold their jobs are bad enough in speedy production.

Worse than the clothing industry's pushing employees increase company profits are fresh red meats and poultry, jeopardizing the role of government inspectors. It's a huge joke to say meats are safe to eat under such conditions.

Partisan politics enters the fray when lobbyists press Congress to favor industry and corporations. Loyalty to a warped economic ideology upholds corruption.
Regarding mere tradition and throngs of voters with a mindset to literalism play on religious sentiment. The shrewdest way to do this is to take everything in the Bible as literal.

It seems, though, that inerrency trip them selves. up because they almost fight to get their real meat, not the bibicl meat, which often applies to food in general, and not necessarily to literal meat.

The comination of my four outline points hints that sanity, common sense and honesty confronts a major foe in prejudice.

Donald O. Cassidy.

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The information I've presented in this piece is from my reading from progressive sources, and is not my mere opinion.
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