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If there’s anything more annoying than a huckster, it’s a self-righteous huckster working for a group that campaigns to keep impoverished kids from getting the nutrition they need.
Hardly a week goes by when I am not accosted on Denver’s downtown mall by a flack for Greenpeace wondering whether I wish to sign up as an ally. I politely shake my head and move on. But last week, one of the Greenpeace disciples got snippy with me, questioning my commitment to humanity.
My commitment? Here’s a fellow who works for a group dedicated to undermining one of the world’s life-saving technologies, namely genetically modified (GM) crops, thus sentencing millions to wretched health — or worse.
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