PETA Furthers Puritan Hate Speech Codes

People for the Extortion Torture and Abuse of human beings (PETA) has decided to get into the act of making up speech codes. CNN reports that the thugs recently took to Twitter conducting a new campaign to clamp down on speciecism offering a graph and saying that it is racist and homophobic to use terms…

Media Helps PETA Spread Lies About Milk

The mainstream media didn’t think PETA got enough exposure for their troll effort last year demonizing milk, so they’re trying once again attempting to say the organization thinks milk is the drink of choice for white supremacists. Except, PETA didn’t really say milk was the drink of choice for white supremacists in its press release,…

PETA Condemns TX Grandmother Who Killed Alligator

A Texas great grandmother named Judy Cochran of Livingston, Texas, killed a 12 foot alligator she says devoured her miniature horse that disappeared three years ago. According to The Houston Chronicle, Cochran states her horse disappeared in the same pasture where the alligator was wandering. She can’t say for certain, but is highly suspect. She…

PETA Releases Anti-Donald Trump Jr. Costume

Three years ago, People for the Extortion, Torture and Abuse of human beings (PETA) released a Halloween costume expressing their wish to see the death of a Minnesota dentist who killed Cecil the Lion during a hunting excursion in Africa. The name of the costume was Cecil’s Revenge and was priced at nearly $140. Now,…

Baltimore Seafood Restaurant Slams PETA on Twitter

In light of PETA upping the ante on its billboard campaign against Jimmy’s Famous Seafood, the restaurant has changed venues and is taking its campaign to Twitter. The whole controversy started when the human hate group put up a billboard near the Baltimore docks condemning eating seafood and urging people to eat vegan food instead.…

Despite Opposition, Fur Sales Are Up

London Fashion Week starts September 14th and, despite fur products missing from the event, and (after a successful campaign by PETA) fashion brands, designers, and cities have banned the use or sale of fur. Despite PETA’s anti-fur fervor, sales of fur products are actually up. How it happened is best answered by a recent article…