When Bill Gates expressed his foundation’s support for giving chickens to people in extreme poverty, he ignited a debate about development programs.
Allocating water to California almond growers that could be used elsewhere in the state represents tradeoffs and considerable cost during the drought.
States should use cost benefit analysis more so to assess economic development tax incentives like tax credits that target film and TV producers.
I saw this picture in an Upper West Side NYC blog: Evidently horrified, one Zabar’s shopper said, “Can you believe that from all the farms in New York, ZABAR’S is selling GARLIC from CHINA!!!!!???” (Zabar’s is a gourmet supermarket.)…