PETA: Fishing is “Cruel” Harassment

by THOMAS D. WILLIAMS, PH.D., 8 Jun 2019, Breitbart People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has denounced fishing as a cruel sport, insisting that fish feel pain and urging all anglers to become vegans. “Fish are sentient individuals who feel pain,” PETA stated in a tweet Friday. “Invading an animal’s natural habitat, harassing…

Animal Rights Extremists: Terrorism vs. Protest

During February, Vice News released a very good and revealing documentary about the animal rights terrorist group Direct Action Everywhere (DxE). At first it seems to be favorable to DxE, but (fortunately) the reporter and producers of the film seem to have done their best to be even handed in their presentation. The events surrounding…

D.C.-Area Animal “Rights” Thieves Charged in MD. Cow Theft

Two Maryland women were arrested by police last week and charged with multiple counts of burglary and theft related to a calf being stolen from Braglio Farms in Woodstock, Maryland during mid-April. The Virginia Gazette states that Jennifer Lauren Sully, 44 of Baltimore County, Maryland, and Erika Lynn Wilkinson, 19, of Falls Church (who remains…

Environmentalists Outraged Over Bayer Seed Factory Expansion in Chile

Bayer’s subsidiary Monsanto is expanding production of genetically modified seeds in Chile, prompting an outcry from environmental groups. The Latin American country is a leading exporter of seeds worldwide. Sophia Boddenberg | Deutsche Welle | May 30, 2019 “Fuera Bayer-Monsanto de Chile” (Bayer-Monsanto out of Chile) is written on the colorfully painted posters held by…

Study: GMOs get bad rap in Europe

By Jonathan Knutson / Agweek on May 27, 2019 GMO plants and crops are controversial worldwide — especially so in Europe, where they’re strictly regulated. Now, a new study by Danish researchers finds that the regulations aren’t justified and may stand in the way of important agricultural innovation. In a related development, the Danish Council…