President Donald Trump has personally seen to it that a wall along the U.S. – Mexico border is being constructed to help defend the United States from wrongdoers seeking to enter the country illegally. However, political tensions within the United States have been increasing for sometime, and the circumstance in one European city may spell… Read More Are “Peace Walls” in America’s Future?
PETA shared a video of a Cork, Ireland farmer’s daughter on Twitter without his permission. The video was posted by Peter Hynes showing his daughter reading a story to some of his farm animals. Since it was posted on social media, Peter Hynes may not have a legitimate claim, but it does no harm to… Read More Irish Farmer Slams PETA For Using Video of His Daughter
A not so surprising news report by Farm Ireland about a Dutch animal rights group that uses fake journalists to push fake news in the Dutch press about Irish beef farms. Farm Ireland reports: Claims of welfare abuses on Irish beef farms was reported by a host of Dutch news outlets after an influential animal… Read More Animal “Rights” Group Uses Fake Journalists To Push Fake News About Irish Beef Farms
Irish lawmakers have positioned Ireland to be the first country in the world to divest from fossil fuels. According to the The New York Times, legislation was passed Wednesday in the country’s lower house of parliament, the Dail, requiring Ireland’s sovereign wealth fund to sell off its holdings in fossil fuel companies as soon as… Read More Ireland’s Fossil Fuel Divestment is Meaningless
Cork County, Ireland dairy farmer Peter Hynes is the target of animal rights activist online trolls after he posted a video of one of his cows giving birth on Twitter. Upon his doing so, the Farming Independent reports Hynes was bombarded with insulting tweets calling Hynes a Nazi, a rapist and of stabbing animals in… Read More Online animal “rights” trolls harass Irish dairy farmer
If correctly used, a University of Guelph research team found no colony-level risk to honeybees from neonic pesticides after going through a number of published and unpublished manuscripts. Upon the request of Bayer and Syngenta, researchers at the University of Gelph, headed by toxicologist Keith Solomon and aide teacher Gladys Stephenson, examined 64 papers from… Read More Study: Correct neonic use reveals no honeybee colony risk
At 7:30 pm on Friday, May 8th of this year, activists with the National Animal Rights Association (NARA), Direct Action For Animals, and Alliance For Animal Rights paid a visit to the Ka Shing Chinese restaurant and decided to liberate (i.e. steal) nine lobsters out of a tank at the restaurant’s entrance. According to the… Read More Dublin animal “rights” activists film theft of restaurant lobsters
A golf course slated for construction in Northern Ireland has been sacked due to the a developer involved in the effort being unable to produce funding to make the project a reality. As a result of the news one of the eco-wacko groups opposed to the gold course (Friends of the Earth) is ecstatic. The… Read More Environmentalists cheer demise of Irish golf course