Foie Gras, Trans Fats and Caviar with Jane Black
Now, in addition to the proposed ban on foie gras (proposed by Vegetarian Assemblyman Michael Panter), Vegetarian Senator Ellen Karcher has proposed banning trans fats in restaurants. It is time for radical vegetarian extremist legislators to stop trying to mother us all and tell us what to eat. The guys go off.
If you live in NJ, call you legislators and let them know how you feel. You can use the state Legislature website at http://www.njleg.state.nj.us to email your legislator directly or to find his/her contact information.
You can send a letter to The Asbury Park Press at firstname.lastname@example.org, to the Star Ledger at email@example.com, to the Times of Trenton at firstname.lastname@example.org, and to the New York Times at email@example.com.
Letters can be sent to The New York Post and the Courier-Post from here:
New York Post:
Call the sponsors of this misinformed, nanny-state, mamby-pamby legislation and tell them to stop taking away our freedoms.
Transfat Bill Sponsor State Senator Ellen Karcher:
PHONE NUMBER: (732) 462-8883
Foie Gras Bill Sponsor Assemblyman Michael Panter:
PHONE NUMBER: (732) 544-2116
Foie Gras Bill Co-sponsor Assemblyman Tom Giblin:
The Guys guest is Jane Black. Jane Black has written for publications including the Washington Post, the New York Times Magazine, Business Week, and Newsweek International. She is a food editor as Boston Magazine. She is here today to talk to The Guys about a recent article she wrote in the NY Times on caviar. She also agrees with The Guys on the foie gras thing.
Podcast Date: 11/6/2006