Animal Research Saves Animals Too

A very interesting opinion piece published last Wednesday in The Washington Times. Foundation for Biomedical Research president Matthew Bailey reveals that medical tests conducted on animals don’t just result in medicines and therapies that benefit humans but also to help animals too. According to Bailey. Veterinarians at Tufts University administered an experimental drug to a…

Why PETA Is A Nest Of Lies (And Very Litigious About It)

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…

UK animal “rights” terrorists jailed for European terror campaign

Two British animal rights activists sentenced to prison yesterday after pleading guilty to conspiracy and blackmail stemming from the couple vandalizing and firebombing vehicles, slander and issuing death threats across Europe directed at employees of companies that conduct business with Huntingdon Life Sciences based in Cambridge, England. According to UK Metro, the two Stop Huntington…

Is Animal Testing Justified?

During 2012, BBC‘s program The Big Question hosted a lively, intersting debate on the issue of animal testing (aka vivisection). The program started off civil but then the animal rights, anti-testing side (not surprisingly) hurled accusations and half-truths toward the middle of the exchange. The opponents of animal testing knew they could not win the…

PETA continues to terrorize Yale scientist

Back in August, People for the Extortion, Torture and Abuse of human beings (PETA) targeted a Yale graduate student, now Dr. Christine Lattin, for harassment due to experiments she was conducting for post doctoral research on songbirds. According to her website, Dr. Lattin states that her research seeks to clarify how neuroendocrine systems help organisms…

Animal “rights” group harasses Mizzou

The group Citizens for Alternatives to Animal Research (CAAR) has filed a complaint with the US Agriculture Department against University of Missouri (aka MU or Mizzou) alleging the MU abridged the Animal Welfare Act during research for a 2016 study that involved exacting trauma on the left eyes of beagles. According to the Missourian, the…