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Golden Age of Animal Research Ahead

By Dr. John Richard Schrock | Published: 03/12/2013

A recently published report of the limitations of mouse models has been used by the HSUS to justify their drive to end all animal use in research. However, this report in PNAS was a further refinement of our knowledge concerning…



From the Skeptic Tank: An Animal Rights Primer

By Dr. Alvin Grossman | Published: 11/20/2012

It’s time to leave the counterpunching to the boxers.



Guilt: It’s Not Just For Jews and Catholics Anymore (Purebred Dog Owners Can Play)

By Susi Szeremy | Published: 05/3/2012

Guilt for owning a purebred dog? Welcome to the new elitism.



Denise Minger

By Administrator | Published: 02/26/2012

Fighting for nutrition in a world ruled by politics and ideology.



PETA Didn’t Do It!

By Patti Strand | Published: 02/11/2012

Nowadays, in practically every dog publication you pick up you’re likely to find letters to the editor from Ingrid Newkirk, National Director of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, [PETA].



CAROLINA BIOLOGICAL SUPPLY WINS CASE AGAINST USDA, PETA

By Norma Bennett Woolf | Published: 01/16/2012

Carolina Biological Supply Company is not guilty of embalming living cats, according to Judge D. Baker in a North Carolina court, and the evidence presented against the company was obtained illegally by People for the Ethical Treatment…



“ENDANGERED CURES” HIGHLIGHTS THREATS OF ANIMAL RIGHTS ACTIVISM TO HUMAN HEALTH

By Norma Bennett Woolf | Published: 01/16/2012

“The unpleasant truth we must confront is that animal rights activists are succeeding at slowing research. Criticism of animal research has intensified, and the membership and budgets of animal rights groups have continued…



PETA TO PAY COSTS RESULTING FROM DEMONSTRATION?

By Mary Beth Duerler | Published: 01/16/2012

“Hooked on meat? Get off! Go Veg” read the graphic, blood-dripped banner draped across a 60-foot-high San Antonio billboard. A man dangling from a rope on the billboard had a meat hook protruding from his body.



ANIMAL RIGHTS NEWS NOVEMBER 97

By Norma Bennett Woolf | Published: 01/16/2012

On November 3, the British press reported that hunt saboteurs had warned they would “step up their activities” if the government did not find time to consider a private member’s bill to ban fox hunting.



PETA SUED

By Norma Bennett Woolf | Published: 01/16/2012

Huntingdon Life Sciences, a private laboratory in New Jersey conducting drug product research for international corporations, has sued People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals for unlawful infiltration of company property, interference…



ANIMAL RIGHTS NEWS FOR MARCH 97

By Norma Bennett Woolf | Published: 01/16/2012

Cocker Spaniels, Basset Hounds, Bulldogs, and Persian cats would disappear in Britain if the government signs the Council of Europe’s Convention for the Protection of Pet Animals, according to the Council of Docked Breeds.



ANIMAL RIGHTS NEWS AUGUST 97

By Norma Bennett Woolf | Published: 01/16/2012

McDonald’s Restaurants and other fast food establishments have joined fur retailers as prime targets of animal rights activists in the past several months.



ANIMAL RIGHTS NEWS FOR JANUARY 97

By Patti Strand | Published: 01/16/2012

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is one of many political actions groups now benefiting from the Combined Federal Campaign, the United Way charity drive for federal workers.



ANIMAL RIGHTS NEWS OCTOBER 98

By Norma Bennett Woolf | Published: 01/16/2012

A six-foot-tall yellow chicken and her companion entered a Kroger supermarket in Charleston, South Carolina, early in September and tagged packages of chicken with a message from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals: “Warning!…



TERRORISTS RELEASE MINK, DESTROY RECORDS TO INTIMIDATE FUR FARMERS AND RETAILERS

By Norma Bennett Woolf | Published: 01/16/2012

As fur sales rise, anti-fur terrorists are escalating their attacks on farmers, retailers, and researchers in a world-wide campaign to disrupt the industry.



ANIMAL RIGHTS NEWS MARCH 1998

By Norma Bennett Woolf | Published: 01/16/2012

Clinton Colby Ellerman, 21, pleaded guilty to releasing more than 3000 minks on a Utah farm and was sentenced to two years in jail and fined more than $14,000 last December.



P&G CHIEF HIT WITH TOFU PIE

By Norma Bennett Woolf | Published: 01/16/2012

John Pepper, CEO of Procter & Gamble Company, was the victim of a pie-in-the-face attack by an animal rights activist at a Columbus, Ohio, awards ceremony.



ACTION ALERT: ANTI TERRORISM BILL

By Patti Strand | Published: 01/16/2012

Radical groups espousing animal rights and environmentalism now dominate mainstream movements that in the past promoted animal welfare and conservation.



ANIMAL RIGHTS IS A WORLD PROBLEM, NOT JUST A SPORTSMAN’S DILEMMA

By Dennis Foster | Published: 01/16/2012

Paul McCartney and other celebrities are rekindling the attack on hunting in England. Animal rights groups use popular celebrities to attract enormous and effective press coverage for their cause.



DOG AND CAT BREEDS ARE IN PERIL IN EUROPE

By Norma Bennett Woolf | Published: 01/16/2012

If a group of radical activists in Europe have their way, more than 100 breeds of dogs and cats will go the way of the dodo.



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