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  • Humaniacs, Part 4: Activist Slammed for Criticizing Guide Dogs

    On a morning show in the UK, an animal rights activist railed against the use of seeing-eye dogs. Activist Wendy Turner Webster, who has been affiliated with PETA, told Good Morning Britain’s Piers Morgan that she was uncomfortable with the dogs not being able to consent to their work. Technically, pets never “consented” to be […]

  • Gucci Murders Animals

    We are pro-consumer choice. If people want to eat meat, own a pet, or wear a fur coat, that’s their choice. That’s in contrast to animal rights extremists, such as PETA, who don’t believe anyone should be allowed to have the rights to choose. We’re also in favor of judging people by their own standards. […]

  • Soda Taxes Fizzle Out in Washington State

    In the UK, the government is looking to dictate the number of calories that supermarkets can offer in prepared food. But here in the states, voters think the nanny state has pushed too far. In June, a rare bout of sensible policy came out of Sacramento, where the California governor signed a ban on new local […]

  • HSUS Sued for Harassment

    The Humane Society of the United States has a harassment problem. We’re not referring to the alleged sexual harassment problem involving former executives Paul Shapiro and Wayne Pacelle, who resigned earlier this year. We’re talking about a new case: A lawsuit filed by California resident and attorney Matthew Righetti that claims HSUS contacted people without their permission. The suit can be viewed here. […]

  • Voters Lap Up HSUS Deception

    This election day, how did HSUS fare? At first glance, it appears successful: HSUS won a couple of ballot measures and some of its preferred candidates won reelection. But it may turn out to be a giant waste of money. Let’s start with the ballot initiative in California, known as Proposition 12. We’ve previously written about HSUS’s Prop 12: Prop […]

  • UK Proposes Limits on Pizza, No Limits on Nanny State

    Food in the UK is under threat. It’s not the first time bad food laws have come to the island—it was once mandated that all bananas sold in the EU had to be free of “abnormal curvature.” Brexit would solve a problem like that, but the latest ridicule-worthy proposal comes from Britain itself. Last week, […]

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