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1516, 31 Dec 20

Pushing for a Meat Tax

Oh, fer cryin’ out loud.

Organic and regular beef are just as environmentally damaging, they concluded — while organic chicken actually results in slightly more greenhouse emissions overall.


Based on their findings, the team propose that policy measures — ‘meat taxes’ — are needed to ‘close the gap between current market prices and the true costs of food.’


Such taxation, the team said, would call for a 40 per cent increase in regular beef’s cost, but only a 25 per cent rise for organic beef, which is already more expensive.

So we increase food insecurity for lower-income folks while funneling more money into the hands of politicians and bureaucrats.


1516, 31 December 2020


  1. Kevin Scheunemann

    Ugh. Liberals are just crazy.

  2. steveegg

    Soylent Green, anyone?

  3. Tuerqas

    Soylent green…isn’t that the primary ingredient in the impossible burger?

  4. steveegg

    Pretty much.

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