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Two fringe environmentalist groups, the Mercury Policy Project and the Environmental Working Group, are up in arms over the federal government’s recently-published dietary guidelines. Their reason? The Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee (DGAC) has determined that tuna is safe to eat … Continue reading
Humane Society of the United States isn’t the only deceptively named animal rights group. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (which has the same radical animal liberation goals as HSUS) killed more than 2,324 cats and dogs in 2014 … Continue reading
Between 1998 and 2013, the radical animal rights group, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), killed nearly 32,000 dogs and cats at its Norfolk, Virginia headquarters. Sadly, the recent release of PETA’s 2014 kill numbers show that this … Continue reading

Animal Activism Hurts Families

(February 6th, 2015)
If you’ve bought eggs lately, you’ve no doubt noticed they’ve become a bit more expensive. What’s worse, prices will likely only continue to rise. And no matter where you live, the blame all points back to one state: California. On … Continue reading
It seems that the owner of a vegetarian restaurant in Australia has taken his love of animals a little too far. The cleverly named Kingsland Vegetarian Restaurant was recently fined $16,000 for eight different food safety violations, including the presence … Continue reading
Years ago, we published a report, Holy Cows, on the willingness of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) to manipulate religious teachings to peddle its radical animal liberation agenda. Nothing has changed. Just this week, Sarah Withrow King—the director of PETA’s self-serving religious affiliate, Jesus People for Animals—penned an opinion piece that managed … Continue reading
It’s no secret that the Sierra Club has long-since moved from worshipping the conservationist vision of the organization’s founder, John Muir, to bowing before the altar of green druids. Reading the Sierra Club Agriculture and Food Policy Task Force’s recommendations … Continue reading
Before kicking off the New Year, we wanted to pause and reflect on a few memorable moments from 2014. We’ve rounded up the most radical activist rantings and the biggest junk-science flops of the year. Here are our picks for … Continue reading
A Canadian professor and animal liberation activist is proposing a “radical” (read: ridiculous) approach to protecting animal welfare: Legal citizenship for animals. It’s more of that “only in academia” nonsense. According to the activist, domestic animals—like pet dogs and cats—are part of our society, … Continue reading
Recently, U.S. News and World Report ran an article on a radical PETA activist’s decision to “change” his name to circuseshurtanimals.com—another warmed-over publicity stunt by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. Dan Carron, an outreach coordinator from PETA, apparently … Continue reading