Common Sense Daily

There’s no shortage of outrageous news PETA will shamelessly generate for itself. Between protesting in the nude and staging a parody Holocaust memorial, PETA’s desperate stunts for attention all fulfill its self-stated mission of being “complete press sluts.” But PETA … Continue reading
Animal liberation activists like to feel morally superior. They just love all life forms more and understand them better than normal people who enjoy cheese with wine and a good steak. They’re enlightened. Yet strangely, the deep love emanating from their “cosmic … Continue reading
Chipotle—now coming off the first quarterly loss in the company’s history amid a serious food safety crisis—makes a big show about how it doesn’t use genetically improved foods (better known as GMOs) in its burritos. But a new decision by … Continue reading
Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) had an undeserved reputation as a scourge of both parties in Washington while in reality it disproportionately attacked conservatives and Republicans in the service of its liberal funders and staffers. We say … Continue reading

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1) HSUS scams Americans out of millions of dollars through manipulative and deceptive advertising. An analysis of HSUS’s TV fundraising appeals that ran between January 2009 and September 2011 determined that more than 85 percent of the animals shown were cats and dogs. … Continue reading
Activists and meddling lawmakers have toyed with the idea of taxing certain foods and ingredients to curb obesity. Twinkie Tax inventor Kelly Brownell advocates “slapping high-fat, low-nutrition food with a substantial government ‘sin’ tax.” According to him, certain foods are … Continue reading
Sign the Petition to End PETA’s Status as an Animal Shelter Shockingly, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is classified by the Commonwealth of Virginia as a legal animal shelter despite killing 93.8 percent of the dogs and cats … Continue reading

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