Nanny State

L.A. Says "No" to Cheap Food for Poor People


The Los Angeles city council says no more fast food joints in South L.A.

Here's what I've always wondered:  If the goal is to get low-cost fresh fruits, vegetables, and lean meats to low-income areas, why are these big city politicians so obsessed with keeping Walmart Supercenters out of the inner city? 

Okay, I know the answer to that question.  But no company has a better track record at getting huge amounts of produce to low income people at discount prices.