There are books on both sides of the issue, but we would like to see point and counterpoint side by side. We would also like to debunk some myths.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security can help improve homeland security, save taxpayer money and create an enormous amount of public goodwill by adopting homeless dogs.
The creature is otherworldly with the face of a Botticelli and the curvy, sinewy body of a reptile. Jenna Dewan Tatum -- dancer, actress, wife of Channing Tatum -- is also an animal rights activist featured in a just-released ad by PETA.
Elle Macpherson has confessed to a reporter for the Times online, that she uses an illegal substance. No, it's not heroin or crack cocaine.
Please take a moment to sign the petition at http://CopsSayLegalizeDrugs.com/animals to protest the cruelty of the unnecessary killing of pet dogs by ...
The rest of us can do something positive and make some personal choices ourselves so that none of the oil companies will be able to claim consumer demand as a reason for misbehaving.
If animals could sing, I have no doubt that they'd serenade Rue with the Golden Girls theme song: "Thank You for Being a Friend."
Regardless of whether students' opinions about eating animal flesh are changed, peta2's college debates goal is to get students to think critically about the issue--and in that respect, the vegetarians win every time.
Planting trees and cleaning up rivers won't mean much in the long run if we continue to trash the planet with our meat habit -- factory farms generate about 300 million tons of manure every year
An aspect of Twain's legacy that many aren't aware of is that he was America's first notable animal rights activist. Animals were always central to Twain's writing, from his first stories through his final years.
Come visit to see why The Bilerico Project was named one of the top 10 LGBT political blogs in the nation.
The production, transportation and sale of food requires millions of barrels of oil and per year. Kenner argues maybe science can help us find a solution.
Most civilians confronted by McDonald's World Securiy Team might ask questions like, "Shouldn't you be out looking for the Hamburglar?" As a Senior VP at PETA, however, I knew better.
In the West we rarely think about the ravages of overpopulation. But perhaps it's time for Westerners, particularly Americans, to raise our consciousness around this issue.
Ringling Bros. and other circuses have made it clear that they have no intention of stopping their abusive practices. And the law does not protect animals in circuses. It's up to each of us to say "enough is enough."