Chipping Away At Yesterday’s Food Panic (And Preparing For Tomorrow’s)
(March 31st, 2009)
The National Cancer Institute study examining the tenuous connection between meat consumption and mortality is officially last week’s news. This week, those fear-inducing headlines about meat eating and death are being replaced by a little down-to-earth common sense. And we’re happy to report that much of it came...
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PetaKillsAnimals.com Goes Multimedia
(March 31st, 2009)
The word is out about PETA’s rampant hypocrisy. If you were watching Fox News yesterday, or listening to Rush Limbaugh’s radio program, you heard about our shocking report that shows how PETA killed 95 percent of the adoptable pets in its care last year. Limbaugh said:
"Today the...
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PETA Kills Animals, and the News is Spreading Like Wildfire
(March 30th, 2009)
Last week we published new government records showing that People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) operates a dog and cat slaughterhouse at its Norfolk, Virginia headquarters. And the news started spreading – fast. In the last 24 hours, hundreds of thousands of blog and newspaper readers...
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On Meat Consumption and Climate Change
(March 27th, 2009)
The Center for Consumer Freedom got in a little brawl today. We’re fine -- thanks for asking. Actually, we’re better than fine. It was an easy knockout. On the heels of our press release arguing that University of North Carolina professor Barry Popkin concocted a link between climate...
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Quote of the Week
(March 27th, 2009)
Call them what you will, but you can’t accuse PETA folks of being lazy. When they’re not opposing medical research aimed at curing AIDS and cancer, or getting scolded by a German court for comparing animal slaughter to the Holocaust, or giving money to violent criminals,...
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PETA Killed a Record Number of Pets in 2008
(March 25th, 2009)
On "The Fifth Down," the New York Times football blog, a guest contributor posed a provocative question today: If you had to give up your beloved pet, would you be better off giving it to disgraced quarterback Michael Vick (of dogfighting notoriety), or Ingrid Newkirk, the president...
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Despite Scary Headlines, Cheeseburger Apocalypse Unlikely
(March 24th, 2009)
Front-page headlines and wire reports are flashing major red (meat) sirens today. Their source is two items in the latest edition of the Archives of Internal Medicine: an observational study from the National Cancer Institute and an editorial written by well-known food scaremonger Barry Popkin....
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Half the News That’s Fit to Print
(March 23rd, 2009)
While everyone else was enjoying the first weekend of Spring 2009, The New York Times was busy writing about food. Three news articles, an op-ed, an editorial, and an expert symposium later, the newspaper managed to mention obesity at least 10 times. Can...
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Anti-Meat Propaganda Could Be Hurting Babies’ Health
(March 19th, 2009)
If you’ve ever wondered what harm could come from letting animal-rights activists play doctor, pay attention. At least one deceptive anti-meat group is encouraging pregnant women to go vegan, despite new evidence that it could increase their babies’ risk of serious birth defects.

The Physicians Committee...
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PETA Turns Elementary School Into Circus
(March 18th, 2009)
We don’t really believe in coincidence when it comes to animal-rights stunts. So it truly comes as no surprise that PETA would stoop to harassing children at school about an upcoming trip to the circus just days before the Ringling Bros. elephants trial goes to closing arguments. When...
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