Several weeks ago, we wrote about Annie Hornish, an HSUS lobbyist and former state representative, whose pit bull savagely killed an elderly friend of Hornish’s mother. The death occurred when Hornish’s pit bull knocked the woman over and mauled her. This sad situation quickly became bizarre. Hornish initially speculated that the fall could have been […]
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Originally published in The Waco Tribune-Herald by Will Coggin on November 2, 2019: Thanksgiving is almost here. Along with turkey and mashed potatoes, one thing can be counted on: Awkward dinner table conversations. And unfortunately, this year the main course is a political matter. Your environmentally conscious cousin may point out that he isn’t eating […]
In an effort to make the public aware of the contents of fake meat, we placed a full-page ad in The Los Angeles Times and The Washington Examiner calling attention to the chemicals used in various meat analogues. Ingredients used in fake meat are also used in e-cigarettes, laxatives, and slug pesticide. Despite being called […]
The holiday season is upon us. In addition to spending time with family and friends, the holiday season is marked by giving. In fact, 30% of all charitable donations are made in the month of December. But it is important to do your homework on charities before you give. Take the Humane Society of the […]
The animal liberation activist problem isn’t isolated to the US. Across the world, animal liberation groups have popped up, at times using similar confrontational tactics to what farms and shops in the US have faced from Direct Action Everywhere, whose leaders are facing criminal charges. But one country has had enough. Earlier this week, the […]
As part of our campaign to educate the public on the meat analogues, today we have placed a full-page ad in the New York Post. The ad highlights things that everyone likes to (or should) avoid: toupees, fake orgasms, and fake meat. Despite what the plant-based protein peddlers would have you believe, fake meats are […]
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