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Lost Arts Radio Show #67 - Special Guests Pete Kennedy and Judith McGeary

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In America, our federal government and many of our state governments have done everything they can to make it difficult for us to access raw milk, and difficult for farmers and food retailers to sell it. This fact by itself should be enough for us to discover what is so good about this superfood, that the authorities find it worth their time to prevent us from getting it. In fact, government persecution of those buying and selling raw milk is right in line with the global program under Codex Alimentarius, to move the best sources of nutrition out of reach of consumers worldwide. Concurrent with the war against health freedom is the crackdown on small family farms, with regulations favoring big industrial producers and processors, that make survival increasingly difficult for the small, quality conscious family business.

This Sunday we feature two heroic attorneys who have chosen to help fight for our freedom instead of go after the better financial compensation they could get in more conventional legal work for huge corporations. Pete Kennedy is counsel and director for Farm To Consumer Legal Defense Fund ( Judith McGeary is a sustainable farmer, as well as founder and executive director of Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance ( These two organizations are working diligently to bring back freedom in food production and consumer choice of what foods to purchase and use. Pete's organization has focused largely on the defense of raw milk production and consumption, right to farm laws, zoning and many other related issues, while Judith's group has been instrumental in creating and supporting legislation to further the cause of freedom for small farm and ranch operations and promoting common sense policies for local, diversified agricultural systems.

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