State Of The Union Address gets television lead-in from www.PetaKillsAnimals.com
(January 31st, 2006)
Washington, DC – Tonight, millions of Americans watching the State of the Union Address on the Fox News Channel will also catch a shocking new advertisement from the nonprofit Center for Consumer Freedom. Running right before the President’s speech, the ad blows the lid off of a dirty little...
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Corn Syrup Ban Supported By Gooey Thinking
(January 31st, 2006)
Apparently lacking better things to do, the Florida House of Representatives is considering a law that would ban high-fructose corn syrup from Florida public schools. Not only is this sweetener found in soft drinks, it is also used in granola bars, breakfast cereals, mustard, and...
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Time to Close PETA Down?
(January 30th, 2006)
In their failed attempt to fry arch-foe KFC, the nutball leaders of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) have tried every publicity-seeking trick in the book. They've sent protesters to cause a spectacle outside restaurants. They paid to re-paint a hearse with...
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Follow the PETA money
(January 29th, 2006)
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has disturbing connections with the violent wing of the animal rights movement that go far beyond the group's president vowing that she "would be the last person to condemn" the terrorist Animal Liberation Front.

According to PETA's 2001 tax return, it...
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Another One For The Self-Serving Fat Fighter File
(January 26th, 2006)
Contra Costa (California) County supervisor Mark DeSaulnier needs to go on the zoning diet -- he's clearly power-hungry. DeSaulnier seems to have taken a cue from other politicians further south, proposing Tuesday that the county study ways to restrict the number of fast-food restaurants. His justification,...
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Fish Are Also Safe To Eat On The Radio
(January 25th, 2006)
Fed up with all the myths about mercury in fish, this week the Center for Consumer Freedom launched a new radio advertising campaign to flush these toxic myths out of our system. Between irresponsible reporting and a host of fear-mongering activists, it's hard to keep your...
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A Fish Story You Can Actually Believe
(January 24th, 2006)
We recently received an e-mail from David, a reader who had fallen victim to scare-mongering over mercury in fish. There are over a dozen activist groups committed to spreading mercury poisoning myths, and the best antidote is truth. After visiting FishScam.com, David told us his own story...
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Have You Been Hooked By Mercury Hype?
(January 23rd, 2006)
Washington, DC – Concerned about misleading messages about mercury in fish floated by environmental groups and animal-rights organizations, the nonprofit Center for Consumer Freedom (CCF) is striking back with its own message about the safety and benefits of fish consumption. In humorous radio ads running in New York City,...
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Are They Arsonists? Dr. ALF Can’t Decide
(January 23rd, 2006)
It's hard not to be a bit confused by the most recent animal-rights rhetoric from former Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine spokesman Dr. Jerry Vlasak. Shortly after Friday's announcement of eleven landmark federal indictments against suspected Earth Liberation Front (ELF) and Animal Liberation Front (ALF)...
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CSPI’s Latest Food Lawsuit Patronizes Parents, Says Center for Consumer Freedom
(January 19th, 2006)
Washington, DC – The drive against fat took another wrong turn today when the self-described “food police” at the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) announced plans to file a lawsuit against Kellogg’s and Viacom. CSPI, which is pursuing litigation to prevent food companies from directing certain...
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