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Animal Rights

Clueless commentary misrepresents the animal-welfare movement

Once again, we find someone trying to justify the abuse of animals – as somehow something that should be protected as freedom. An individual named Michael Rubin produced an editorial for Commentary Magazine, which was posted on March 19 under the headline – “Are Animal-Rights Activists Really Concerned About Animals?” The writer jumps into two […]

Wanna see some real factory-farming propaganda?

It’s the old argument little kids use with their parents: “But Mom, Billy did it too. He does it all the time. No fair.” An opinion piece on the Beef Magazine website popped up on the Pack News Wire concerning the topic of the “Emotion in Animal Welfare.” – (Interesting already) It seems a Purdue […]

Sunday Commentary: Understanding Animal Rights

I often read comments or commentary about this notion of animal rights vs. animal welfare. The depiction often suggests people pushing for animal rights are extremist. The term has been warped – wrongly – into meaning animal rights equals human rights. So in an effort to twist, wrangle and shut down the movement for better […]