No Flabby Excuses: Take Responsibility
(December 30th, 2005)
Sometimes it seems as if life is conspiring to prevent us from exercising. We all know it's good for us. And yet there's never any time.Our parents and grandparents didn't have any time, either. But they never worried about going to the gym. And they were a lot less concerned about gaining weight.The...
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Consumer Freedom’s Year In Review
(December 29th, 2005)
Each year, we pore over thousands of tax records to document how much food cops, radical animal rights activists, and green groups spend on their efforts to restrict what we can eat and drink. In the last financial year alone, the ten largest groups we follow...
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U.S. Animal-Rights Leader Addresses “Nonviolence” Conference, Yet Advocates Violence Toward People
(December 28th, 2005)
Bethlehem (Palestine) -- Today the Center for Consumer Freedom, a nonprofit American NGO, criticized the International Nonviolence Conference for including U.S. animal-rights leader Ingrid Newkirk among its honored speakers on December 29 in Bethlehem. Newkirk has spent much of her career advocating violence against people who use animals for...
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If Obesity = Disease, the Diet Drugs = Insurance $
(December 28th, 2005)

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The New York Times Keeps Tabs On PETA
(December 27th, 2005)
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) supporters sitting down to their Sunday New York Times this weekend would be forgiven for doing a double-take: The old Gray Lady aired some of PETA's dirty laundry. In a prominent "Week In Review" story, the...
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Keep Christmas Lawsuit-Free With Our Milk And Cookies Waiver
(December 22nd, 2005)
When Santa comes down the chimney, he can't help but drink the milk and eat the cookies kids leave out for him. Sadly, in this litigious age, he may leave behind one extra Christmas present -- a fat lawsuit for contributing to his bowl-full-of-jelly gut. read more here »

Here Comes The “Don’t Sue Me Santa Claus,” Right Down Lawsuit Lane
(December 21st, 2005)
Washington, DC – With Christmas quickly approaching, millions of Americans are preparing to celebrate time-honored traditions like caroling, tree-trimming, and leaving cookies and milk out for Santa. But in today’s era of frivolous lawsuits, serving baked goods to the jolly old fat man could put you on the receiving...
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PETA Deserves Close FBI Scrutiny, Says Consumer Group
(December 21st, 2005)
Washington, DC – FBI investigations into the activities of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), which were recently publicized by the American Civil Liberties Union, are entirely justified and serve to protect the public from animal-rights violence, the nonprofit Center for Consumer Freedom said today. PETA’s history...
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Cracking Down on Animal Rights Violence
(December 21st, 2005)
Last week, 23-year-old animal rights activist Chris McIntosh was sentenced to eight years in prison for the 2003 arson of a Seattle fast-food restaurant. Claiming credit for the fire in the name of both the Earth Liberation Front and Animal Liberation Front, McIntosh...
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In this crystal ball I see a low-sodium, low-fat…
(December 20th, 2005)

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