Anti PETA Ad Airs in Montana
(January 30th, 2004)
Helena, MT — Finally! Media exposure that the self-described "complete press sluts" at People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) won't consider a public victory. Next week, as Montana residents are subjected to PETA's misleading anti-meat television commercial, a competing advertisement will also hit the airwaves. Launched by...
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Anti PETA Ad Airs in Honolulu
(January 30th, 2004)
Honolulu, HI — Finally! Media exposure that the self-described "complete press sluts" at People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) won't consider a public victory. Next week, as Hawaiians are subjected to PETA's misleading anti-meat television commercial, a competing advertisement will also hit the airwaves. Launched by the...
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Anti PETA Ad Airs in Duluth
(January 30th, 2004)
Duluth, MN — Finally! Media exposure that the self-described "complete press sluts" at People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) won't consider a public victory. Next week, as Minnesota residents are subjected to PETA's misleading anti-meat television commercial, a competing advertisement will also hit the airwaves. Launched by...
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(January 30th, 2004)

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Political players should stay on sidelines at Super Bowl
(January 30th, 2004)
While People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals whines about CBS's rejection of its anti-meat TV commercial in "Political players should stay on sidelines at Super Bowl," (CT, Jan. 30), the bigger story is the animal-rights group could afford to buy Super Bowl airtime in the first place. Apparently...
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Island’s persona pleases PETA
(January 29th, 2004)
If Anna Maria's Chamber of Commerce knew that PETA admittedly financed violence and terror ("Island's persona pleases PETA," Jan. 29 Herald), perhaps it wouldn't be so overjoyed to welcome them to the island.Among those to which PETA has doled out money are the Earth Liberation Front (an FBI classified...
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PETA And Terrorism: The Real Deal
(January 29th, 2004)
The Center for Consumer Freedom butted heads with a People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) spokesman yesterday on the Fox News Channel's "Your World with Neil Cavuto." Combining obfuscation, denial, and half-truths, PETA desperately tried to defend its record of supporting terrorism and terrorists. Read on...
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House Committee Votes Yes For Personal Responsibility
(January 29th, 2004)
Yesterday, the U.S. House Judiciary Committee approved Rep. Ric Keller's (R-FL) "Personal Responsibility in Food Consumption Act" (H.R. 339). Keller's bill would protect restaurants from the increasing number of greedy lawyers looking to soak them on behalf of portly plaintiffs who don't know when to put down...
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WHO Wants A Fat Tax?
(January 28th, 2004)
Every day on Planet Earth, 25,000 people die of starvation. Given this startling reality, one might be forgiven for wondering why the most controversial issue on the agenda of last week's World Health Organization meeting was the size of our love handles. Yet the venerable global health...
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Busting The Myth Of Organic Food
(January 27th, 2004)
Americans believe that organic food is healthier than conventional fare by a 2-1 margin, reports John Miller of National Review. But Miller's worthy article (link requires subscription) demonstrates that the reverse is far closer to the truth. "Organic foods may be fresh," he points out, "but they're...
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