Poor Kat Von D, she keeps digging her hole much deeper trying to lessen the damage done from her disclosing on social media on how she would raise her child. What she did not count on, as one blogger at Hollywood Gossip points out, is that the boycott effort over Kat Von D’s maternity choices… Read More Kat Von D Isn’t Against Vaccines Except When She Is
The online humor website Cracked produced a YouTube video that criticized the animal rights group People for the Extortion, Torture, and Abuse of human beings (PETA). Unfortunately, Cracked took the original video and the re-make down due to the group’s continued legal pressure. The original video is not available, but the re-make is below for… Read More Why PETA Is A Nest Of Lies (And Very Litigious About It)
Candace Owens of Red Pill Black fame alterted her followers on Twitter today that the social media company is doing something tantamount to purging conservative accounts in what is known as a #twitterlockout. So far, no response from Twitter explaining their actions. Twitter and Facebook’s conduct is tantamount to censoring opinions on their social media… Read More The Best Way To Stop Social and News Media Bias and Censorship
A bill in California’s legislature geared to ban animal testing for cosmetics is being considered in which animal rights groups are said to be supportive of the measure. South Korea and Europe have banned the use of animals for cosmetics testing and efforts on the part of animal rights groups in other countries have attempted… Read More Why California Should Not Ban Animal-Tested Cosmetic Products
People obviously feel a lot safer now that Great Britain has banned microbeads. Its a wonder that this problem went so long without being addressed. It is outrageous that beauty product makers used microbeads since they can end up polluting water ways and end up in the bowels of animals, like fish, just like environmentalists… Read More Microbeads in UK waterways and fish, oh my!
I don’t see how the mainstream media could have missed this. WPRI, a puny television station out of Providence, Rhode Island reports that scientists in the UK are urging the British parliament to ban glitter. This must be some sort of conspiracy since it’s obvious the threat of glitter in England is so great that… Read More Glitter in waterways and fish, oh my!
Cosmetic companies need to test their products are safe before selling them to consumers. This video points out that (for now) testing cosmetics on animals is the best way to detect problems with cosmetic products.
A Swedish panel of experts investigating research published in the peer review journal Science last year has concluded that a study outlining the effects of plastic microbeads on larval fish was faked and has been retracted. According to Gizmodo, a nine month investigation was conducted by an expert group at Sweden’s Central Ethical Review Board… Read More Swedish fish and microbeads study was faked
A bill in Australia’s parliament geared to ban animal testing for cosmetics is being held up by animal rights groups because it will allow importation of cosmetic products that contain chemicals that have been tested on animals. South Korea and Europe have banned the use of animals for cosmetics testing and efforts on the part… Read More The case for cosmetics animal testing
Back in June, Congress updated the Toxic Substances Control Act (TCSA) to include a provision, backed by the Humane Society (HSUS) and the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, to reduce the use of animals to test the effects and safety of certain chemical products. According to the Washington Post, the EPA and certain chemical manufacturing… Read More HSUS backs stealth attack on beauty products