Oh I loved looking at these pics. Lets all just remember though that in the US eating fresh is not cheap. I live in Bangkok right now and the food is cheap, for me but costs more for the folks who get paid Thai Baht. Also I'd like to say that I am pretty healthy. How HEALTHY is it really folk REALLY to live off of a few bags of oats. Skinny doesn't equal healthy, those folks looked malnourished. North Carolina isn't the richest state in the nation...but hey her boys look pretty active. As she no one in her family has a big blouted belly...cant say the same for the folks with all that beer on the table....guess no one saw any of that. I love spending money on good food when I go ou and when I eat in. I know where its from (i eat pretty natural and organic at home) and it tastes great. I will not feel bad about having a slice of cheesecake with my glass of wine to celebrate the end of another hard week at the job-o. Again thank you for sharing the pictures were great!
John Stossel raises a few such issues in his TV special, Tech Revolution , but there are probably many others. After watching these five segments from John's special, write a 500-1000-word essay on this topic, making a case for how you think government policy should deal with innovation in order to bring the greatest gains to society. Include your own examples of innovation at work, innovation that is being stifled by government rules, and/or negative results of too much or too little government oversight to bolster your argument, and make at least one reference to the TV special.