In a 5-2 decision last week, New York’s Court of Appeals, which is the state’s supreme court, rejected the Nonhuman Rights Project’s (NhRP) lawsuit claiming Happy the Elephant isn’t an animal, had personhood rights and is being held against her will by the Bronx Zoo. The court’s ruling was the most recent rejection of the NhRP’s attempt… Read More Good News! New York’s Highest Court Rules Bronx Zoo Elephant Is Not Human
What a surprise! Four years after California voters passed Proposition 12 and due the Golden State’s regulatory burden has chalked up another win for the leftist’s who dominate the state’s politics. Smithfield Foods, who is the world’s largest pork producer, has announced they’re puling out of California by shutting down a Farmer John plant located… Read More World’s Largest Pork Producer Pulls Out of California
People for the Extortion, Torture, and Abuse of human beings (PETA) are up in arms about Lego’s farm sets and toys alleging they mislead children about the horror and cruelty of farmed food. According to the Daily Mail, the group sent a letter to Lego Group CEO Niels Christiansen demanding that the toy sets be… Read More PETA Triggered Due To Legos’s Farm Sets And Toys
The elephant known as Happy has lived at the Bronx Zoo over 40 years. The Non-Human Rights Project has attempted to litigate a case to have an animal declared a person and Happy is their most recent client. New York’s Supreme Court, known as the Court of Appeals, will soon decide on the issue to… Read More New York Supreme Court To Decide If Bronx Zoo Elephant Is a Person
It is the height of hypocrisy and ridiculous for any news outlet (regardless of their political stance) to not report the news thoroughly and accurately, much less resort to click bait articles to drive internet traffic. Journalists and their employers can have a bias but must maintain a sense of objectivity in order to properly… Read More Fake News About Cat “Torture” Experiments
This has been going on for around the past two weeks during the NBA Playoff games. Mainly brought to you by Direct Action Everywhere reportedly in protest of the Minnesota Timberwolves’ owner’s stake in an egg processing company, Rembrandt Enterprises. This done obviously in hopes of driving him out of the business by public shaming.… Read More Animal “RIghts” Protests Held At NBA Games
It is extremely odd that fires at meat and fertilizer processing plants are occurring just with potential food shortages in the U.S. in the near future. While fires at meat and fertilizer facilities frequently occur and diminished food supplies are unlikely, the timing of their being covered is certainly suspect. One consideration are animal rights… Read More Are Meat and Fertilizer Plant Fires Part Of Planned Food Shortages?
Here we go again! Since climate alarmist’s first try in 2015 and Discover magazine’s effort two years ago to convince people were in the midst of a Sixth Mass Extinction, climate alarmists are back with a new manuscript saying that the human-induced climate calamity is underway and to take them seriously this time. According to… Read More Study: Sixth Mass Extinction Has Begun … No, Really!
On Tucker Carlson’s Fox News show tonight, he had a representative from People for the Extortion, Torture, and Abuse of human beings (PETA) to discuss animal experiments being used by the National Institute of Health (NIH). In the segment, Tucker seemingly decried what was made out to be cruel experiments on monkeys by essentially sanctioning… Read More NIH Animal Experiments Are Working
Four years ago, California voters approved Proposition 12 that requires more space for caged animals such as pigs and chickens. The new law not only expands on prior state laws regarding animal enclosures, but poses huge problems for agriculture merchants. Especially when it involves California’s agriculture department that will issue regulations based on the law… Read More Supply Chain Will Be Affected By Animal “Rights” Propositions