$343 MILLION IN STIMULUS FUNDS FUNDING FOOD POLICE ACROSS THE COUNTRY
USDA funds $2 million to Cornell University to study school meal choices
The money will create the Center for Behavioral Economics in Child Nutrition Programs at Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y., and fund 14 pilot projects in 11 states, according to an Oct. 12 USDA news release.
WHAT IS BEHAVIOR ECONOMICS?
If you watch the video from Duke University, you’ll see that economic theory is based on people behaving rationally and measuring costs versus benefits where benefit includes enjoyment. With behavioral economics its third persons looking in and seeing where people aren’t behaving rationally and trying to fix your behavior for you into what they perceive to be rational.
IN OTHERWORDS, GOVERNMENT IS GOING TO CREATE AN ENVIRONMENT TO CONDITION YOU TO ACT THE WAY IT WANTS YOU TO ACT -- FOR THE "GOOD OF SOCIETY" OF COURSE.
FOOD POLICE - IF GOVERNMENT PAYS FOR HEALTHCARE ARE THEY GOING TO CONTROL WHAT YOU EAT TO KEEP YOU HEALTHY?