When You Think You’ve Heard It All

It’s likely that your coconut-infused products are made with coconuts gathered by child slave labor, that is, the labor of baby primates. Their mothers have been murdered. They’re then chained, whipped and beaten into submission. They are hung by the neck to develop strong back legs. Why? Because they can then pick 1200 coconuts each day in contrast to humans who can only pick a few hundred each day.

Out of Sight, Held In Mind

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) new website hides animal welfare data, “based on our commitment to being transparent, remaining responsive to our stakeholders’ informational needs, and maintaining the privacy rights of individuals.”

Here the USDA uses language to proclaim the exact opposite of its action.

Republicans/Democrats Continue War Against Animals

Having voted unanimously for the AETA, Republicans/Democrats are continuing their war on animals with renewed vigor. At least four state … More

Dallas Democrat Honors Serial Killer with Key to the City

The Dallas Morning News recently reported that Democratic Mayor Pro Tem Dwaine Caraway—ironically, the chair of Dallas Public Safety Committee—has … More