"Not only a story about the attack on tobacco users but a story about how decent Americans can be frightened, perhaps duped into accepting phony science, attacks on private property rights and rule of law." Boy, were they right!
When you ask someone if tight restrictions on smoking are a good thing, they'll usually say yes. When you ask why, they'll say because it's addictive and unhealthy. When you follow up by asking them if kids should be allowed to eat sugar, their brain breaks.
One segment of society is very familiar with the slippery slope.
Wouldn't this look great stuck over a 'no smoking' sign? We're not saying you should do that.
One of Britain's top experts on the effects of smoking insists it's fine to smoke 10 cigarettes a day, passive smoking is no problem, and the government is wasting money telling people to quit.
The people today who believe wearing a mask matters because someone on TV told them so without proof... ...are the same people who yesterday believed secondhand smoke kills others because someone on TV told them so without proof. This content is for members only. $2 gets you unlimited access to complete articles, archives, images, videos, … Continue reading Think About it, #3
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VIDEO: Pharmaceuticals create allegedly cancer-causing products, yet are largely responsible for almost every anti-smoking and anti-vaping measure.
If anti-smokers are just after smokers "for their own good," why have they been at it since before anyone knew it's "bad" for you?
Though staunch anti-smokers themselves, Enstrom and Kabat were also principled, and refused to back down when it became apparent that secondhand smoke did not pose mortal danger to nonsmokers.