One of the nice things about being based in Washington, D.C. is the surplus of museums to visit frequently, especially the Smithsonian Institution. And now the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History has a new exhibit: “Life in One Cubic … Continue reading

Making PETA Mad

(March 10th, 2016)
Do you want to make People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) mad? There are many good reasons to make PETA mad: The group wants to ban all human use of animals, from food production to pet ownership. The … Continue reading
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), the organization that sends scantily-clad women around to demand people stop eating meat, dairy, and eggs (among other things), has a longstanding practice of killing thousands of pets every year at its … Continue reading
Last year, the Commonwealth of Virginia took a small step towards restricting the killing of homeless pets by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), passing a bill that defined an animal shelter as “a facility operated for the … Continue reading
A common tactic of provocateurs with an advertising budget and a message to push is to submit a well-produced, television quality commercial that is obviously R-rated to a publisher that isn’t and then reap publicity from the “banning” of the … Continue reading
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), the self-proclaimed “press sluts” who will do anything to get a radical vegan agenda into the news cycle, has a record of losing court cases. The latest comes out of (naturally) San … Continue reading
For normal people, Thanksgiving is a time of year for enjoying the company of family and stuffing ourselves to a day of football. But for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, it’s a time of year to chide everyone … Continue reading

PETA’s Indecent Exposure, Exposed

(September 23rd, 2015)
The lies of the animal rights racket are nothing new. From creating deceptive videos that smear farmers to falsely claiming milk causes autism, there seems to be little extreme animal rights groups like PETA and the Humane Society of the United States won’t say or do … Continue reading
On Tuesday big-game hunter and Minnesota dentist Walter Palmer ignited an international firestorm after news reports revealed that he and his guides may have lured a lion named “Cecil” out of his protected sanctuary in Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park. If these allegations turn out to be true, and … Continue reading
We’ve written before about how misguided Chipotle’s so-called “Food with Integrity” principles can be on animal welfare. By prohibiting the use of any antibiotics—even to sick animals—and requiring farmers to allow pigs to be exposed to the elements, Chipotle’s requirements … Continue reading