Food Series: Tales from the Congressional Front with Representative Thomas Massie

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The USDA overstepped its authority by promulgating a rule requiring the electronic tagging of cattle. Congress writes the laws, not bureaucrats guided by corporate cronies;
I will not comply.”
~ Congressman and cattle farmer Thomas Massie

By Pete Kennedy and Catherine Austin Fitts

U.S. Representative Thomas Massie returns to the Food Series to join us in a discussion about food and finance for legislation before Congress that he has sponsored or supports. Officially, Massie represents Kentucky’s 4th District; unofficially, he is the congressman for the local food movement in this country.

Legislation increasing the freedom of farmers and consumers, respectively, to produce and to obtain the foods of their choice is a top priority for him. No one in Congress has the commitment and savvy to help local food like Massie. This session, he moved into a better position to do so by becoming a member of the powerful House Rules Committee and chair of the Antitrust, Commercial and Administrative Law Subcommittee of the Judiciary Committee.

In our discussion, Massie covers legislation such as the PRIME Act pilot program in the House Farm Bill; the Interstate Milk Freedom Act; a constitutional amendment to protect the right to grow food and purchase the foods of our choice; and the resolution to stop the USDA regulation on mandatory electronic ID for cattle and bison.

We conclude by discussing bills to audit the Fed and end the Fed. Working on legislation in Washington to decentralize corporate and government power is a monumental task, but Massie is getting increased support for his efforts.

Related:

H.R. 8467 – Farm, Food, and national Security Act of 2024

H.R. 8374 – To prohibit Federal interference with the interstate traffic of unpasteurized milk and milk products that are packaged for direct human consumption (Interstate Milk Freedom Act)

H.R. 24 – Federal Reserve Transparency Act of 2023

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