In the book This Hungry World, it notes that in Central America there is a food that is a mixture of ground corn, cottonseed meal, yeast and Vitamin A. The protein it provides, according to what I was reading, is almost as good at the protein value in milk. What’s more, “incaparina” costs about three cents a day per: child. The book also notes, however, that many families there make less than a dollar a day. So… On a stop in Vermont several years ago, I interviewed a Mary Knoll priest who is stationed in Cambodia — where there are a lot of similar hunger issues. What’s more, he said with Americans wasting billions of dollars a year on a host of non-nutritional junk food and beverage — in the face of such dire world hunger — it makes us nothing less, in God’s eyes, “food terrorists.” You know, when you think about that objectively, much less spiritually, you have to say he’s right. Note: As president, I’d use the office as a “bully pulpit” to try to get this across to Americans. In fact, a good deal of our “Foreign Policy” spins around much more “just” distribution of resources worldwide. Note: Besides violence, may are fleeing Latin America because of the stark poverty. Peoples’ kids are hungry!