"How can the people who make the meat we eat the most barely be making a living?" asks HBO's "Last Week Tonight" host.
In case there was any residual doubt as to the current status of the relationship between the Rev. Jeremiah Wright and Barack Obama, New York Magazine should dispel that once and for all with the news, somewhat buried in this week's cover story on race and the presidential election, that Wright will embark on a book tour in October.
Tyson Foods was ordered by a judge Thursday to cease a false multimillion-dollar ad campaign promoting its claim that its chickens are "raised without antibiotics." The key question centers on the word raised and whether the egg stage can be considered to be outside the process of raising chickens.
The national media have made a pariah of the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, Barack Obama's former pastor, by replaying carefully selected snippets of his sermons without context. Here are extended versions of two of Wright's more controversial statements.