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  • PETA Rains on Pokémon Go Parade

    Animal Rights
    Assuming you enjoy fun, there are three types of joy-spoilers you should never invite to a party: conspiracy theorists, nihilists, and people from PETA. Case in point: Pokémon Go was released last week, and (literally) the entire world went wild. In just … Continue reading
  • Greenpeace Sued Under Anti-Mafia Law

    Radical Activism
      Greenpeace called for a federal investigation of Exxon a few months ago under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act. As it turns out, it wasn’t one to talk: Greenpeace just got hit with its own RICO lawsuit in federal court by a Canadian logging company. … Continue reading
  • Flashback Friday: PETA Didn’t Meet its Own Animal Shelter Guidelines

    Animal Rights
    There’s no shortage of outrageous news PETA will shamelessly generate for itself. Between protesting in the nude and staging a parody Holocaust memorial, PETA’s desperate stunts for attention all fulfill its self-stated mission of being “complete press sluts.” But PETA … Continue reading
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