Summer 2012

-Click here for PDF- Letter from the President It’s four in the afternoon. I open the pantry. The possibilities are endless. I can cook chicken, beef, pork, or fish. I can cook American, Italian, or Tex-Mex. I can grab a recipe from online or pull out my grandmother’s cookbook. I am free to cook anything that I want. But the one thing I cannot do is cook nothing. I cannot starve my family. And no one can force me to starve my family (no exceptions). Neither should anyone prohibit me from feeding my family (one exception), unless the public order requires it. As a human being, I have a duty by my nature to seek the truth and once found, adhere to it. I should not be forced to act against the