From the moment I get up to way past the time I turned off the lights, I have to take decisions. They are based on the quality and clarity of the information I have at that time.
It starts with turning off the alarm: if I have to take Grandpa to the doctor, Joey to choir, dog to the park…then, I can’t sleep in. Otherwise, I have few more minutes before the start of the lovely chaos of our house. The need for accurate information spreads to all areas of my life.
Take The Wall Street Journal from Monday, July 13, 2015. It takes six pages to relate the pros and cons on eight food issues. The issues span a wide range from GMO foods to the environmental impact of stockyards. The advocates on both sides of these issues try to answer questions about product labeling, government involvement, environmental impact and a myriad other questions that boil down to:
You and I are the consumers! Our decisions are based on the quality and clarity of the information provided. We will vote with the only power we have: dollar power.
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