Recent News from ConsumerFreedom.com and HumaneWatch.org
Animal Rights Food PoliceTripAdvisor.com recently announced a new policy to restrict users from booking certain animal attractions – like swimming with dolphins and elephant rides – after working with People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). Today we launched a new campaign … Continue reading
Audio & Video Courtroom DramaTucker Carlson Tonight is Fox News’ new 9 p.m. show following the departure of Megyn Kelly, and the ratings are good so far. Complementing this, Carlson’s fiery takedowns of guests have had good pass-around value online. But it’s too bad he didn’t know that one of his recent guests deserved a grilling instead of a friendly […]
Announcements Audio & VideoWe’ve got an ad airing during the Super Bowl. You might see it depending on where you live. But why wait? We’re posting it early. It’s a shortened version of our extremely popular—3 million views and counting—ad, “Lawyers in Cages.” If you’ve ever seen those Humane Society of the United States commercials with sad, slow […]
Hunting & FishingAre fish cute? You may recall a PETA anti-fishing campaign a few years ago attempting to rebrand fish as “sea kittens.” It was widely mocked. But picking up where PETA failed, expect the Humane Society of the United States to begin campaigning more aggressively against fishing and eating sushi. The notorious HSUS CEO Wayne Pacelle […]
Animal RightsPETA has really stepped in it. The organization is facing calls to be banned from India after its advocacy to shut down Jallikattu, a tradition in southern India. People have taken to the streets to protest PETA—both in India and … Continue reading
Animal Rights Radical ActivismWe received notice today that PETA will be handing out awards on Thursday night in advance of the Presidential Inauguration. Awardees include Reps. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-Texas), Dina Titus (D-Nev.), Earl Blumenauer (D-Ore.) and Vern Buchanan (R-Fla.). We’re wondering: How … Continue reading
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