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Daily Subscription Msg 1 Posted: 03:31 PM 01/30/07 (CST)
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Daily Subscription Msg 5 Posted: 01:16 PM 02/01/07 (CST)
Animal rights activists are domestic threats, too
By: Dan Suderman
01/31/2007

It is important to define the difference between animal rights and animal welfare. Animal rights people want us to eat tofu, nuts, drink water, and sit around campfires mindlessly discussing how to spring a poor helpless roach from a motel. People who fall in line with the "welfare" camp don't like to see someone kick a dog for the fun of it.

Nearly everyone I know tends to the welfare of an animal in some form or another, whether it be a dog, cat, horse, cow, pig, teenager, husband, goat, sheep, llama, fish....

Well, you get the picture.

Dogs and cats were not endowed by our creator with certain unalienable rights that we were given as humans. That's not to say there aren't dogs that I'd rather spend my day with than certain people.

I must confess I'm a little spooked by the way some people refer to their pets as children.

To most this is an affectionate way of saying their pet is extremely important to them. The Center for Disease Control in Atlanta has stated that 75 percent of emerging infectious diseases are zoonotic in origin- which means they may be transferred to humans from pets that roam inside and outside. Children account for far fewer diseases.

To do my part when I'm reading the "Three Little Pigs" to my daughters, I make sure to point out that this is just a story, the wolf would have eaten the three pigs and their mother would have been sausage. Who can afford to feed a sow that only has three pigs in a litter?

I do enjoy recounting bedtime stories of the big bad wolf, field dressing Bambi, or how Goldilocks was mauled by the three bears because she didn't mind her own business. Come to think of it, my girls might have a grip on reality even if they'll have to learn the imaginary endings to those stories from someone else.

I'm sure the ending is more politically correct with groups such as the Physicians for Responsible Medicine, and the Animal Liberalization Organization. All these groups do is file lawsuits, lobby incessantly for animal rights, and raise money. They are pretty good at it!

In Florida, Michigan and Arizona it is illegal to have sows in gestation crates. This is an accepted practice by veterinary associations, but not with these guys. They have effectively chased swine operations from those states.

Groups such as these are not only the enemy of agriculture, but to the United States. Anyone who likes to eat, hunt, fish or make a living in the United States is under attack in much the same way we are from militant terrorist groups like al Queda. They both want to change our way of life to fit their idealisms and both will stop at nothing to achieve their goals.

Yes, some animal rights groups advocate violence to protect animals and people have been killed.

Pay attention to this.... Senate Bill 311 introduced Jan. 17 would prohibit the "shipping, transporting, moving, delivering, receiving, possessing, purchasing, selling, or donation of any horse or other equine to be slaughtered for human consumption."

Horses for human consumption aren't as economically important as the processing of chicken, pork, fish, and beef; however, it shoves us down a slippery slope. Why are horses superior in the animal rights hierarchy to cattle?

For the record I'd rather process a calf than a horse. I'm just trying to make a point here.

In the United States roughly 90,000 horses were processed in 2005. Does anyone really believe these horses, through the magic of legislation, suddenly are becoming more meaningful?

Who is going to feed those horses if this legislation passes? Will the horses that would have been slaughtered go to nice homes in the country? Has anyone ever heard of the term "horse poor"?

Most people who contribute to organizations like the ones mentioned are good people who care about animals. Groups like these prey on uninformed, well intentioned people with money.

Maybe I just hang out with the kind of people who are informed, well intentioned and understand that sometimes the big bad wolf goes to bed with a full tummy.

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Daily Subscription Msg 6 Posted: 05:58 PM 02/01/07 (CST)
February 1, 2007


PETA Trial, Day 9:
Coming Soon ...

PETA-Kills-Animals defendant Adria Hinkle now admits that tossing animal bodies into a North Carolina dumpster was "a mistake." But she testified today that she had used the same dumpster "a couple" of times before. Meanwhile, Hinkle's lawyer introduced a mystery woman today, and there may be some perjury afoot. And Judge Cy Grant has re-organized the criminal charges—turning twenty-one felony Cruelty To Animals counts into eight misdemeanors, dismissing some charges against Adria Hinkle's co-defendant, and reducing seven Litttering charges into just one. Closing arguments are tomorrow morning, and then this whole embarassing mess goes to the jury.

» read more later tonight ...







PETA Trial, Day 8:
Legal Technicalities

PETA doesn't just kill animals. It also owns them. Imagine that! All this time, we thought PETA's "total animal liberation" philosophy meant animal ownership was The New Slavery. But when it's convenient, even PETA will assert its ownership of dogs and cats. PETA keeps records of how much sodium pentobarbital it takes to kill a puppy, but the group can't keep track of how many dead animals made it back into the company freezer. And what about those controlled substances? When the DEA says one thing, and PETA's top lawyer says another, whom should we believe?

» read more



PETA Trial, Day 7:
Letting the Cat Out of the Bag (So to Speak)

We know PETA hasn't been following the law in North Carolina—at least not the federal drug laws. But has it been flouting Virginia law as well? A day-ending legal cliffhanger promises to unravel this question tomorrow morning. Meanwhile, PETA manager Dapha Nachminovitch confirmed that, yes, PETA does kill animals. That $9,370 walk-in freezer declared on PETA's 2002 federal income tax return is indeed for storing dead animals. And PETA contracts with a Virginia Beach company to incinerate the bodies.

» read more



PETA Trial, Day 6:
Turning the Corner

The prosecution called its final three witnesses today, and then rested its case. A defense motion to dismiss all charges was argued fiercely and then shot down by the judge—for now. And the defense's first witness was more prosecution-friendly than expected.

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Daily Subscription Msg 7 Posted: 05:59 PM 02/01/07 (CST)
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February 1, 2007


PETA Trial, Day 9:
Coming Soon ...

PETA-Kills-Animals defendant Adria Hinkle now admits that tossing animal bodies into a North Carolina dumpster was "a mistake." But she testified today that she had used the same dumpster "a couple" of times before. Meanwhile, Hinkle's lawyer introduced a mystery woman today, and there may be some perjury afoot. And Judge Cy Grant has re-organized the criminal charges—turning twenty-one felony Cruelty To Animals counts into eight misdemeanors, dismissing some charges against Adria Hinkle's co-defendant, and reducing seven Litttering charges into just one. Closing arguments are tomorrow morning, and then this whole embarassing mess goes to the jury.

» read more later tonight ...







PETA Trial, Day 8:
Legal Technicalities

PETA doesn't just kill animals. It also owns them. Imagine that! All this time, we thought PETA's "total animal liberation" philosophy meant animal ownership was The New Slavery. But when it's convenient, even PETA will assert its ownership of dogs and cats. PETA keeps records of how much sodium pentobarbital it takes to kill a puppy, but the group can't keep track of how many dead animals made it back into the company freezer. And what about those controlled substances? When the DEA says one thing, and PETA's top lawyer says another, whom should we believe?

» read more



PETA Trial, Day 7:
Letting the Cat Out of the Bag (So to Speak)

We know PETA hasn't been following the law in North Carolina—at least not the federal drug laws. But has it been flouting Virginia law as well? A day-ending legal cliffhanger promises to unravel this question tomorrow morning. Meanwhile, PETA manager Dapha Nachminovitch confirmed that, yes, PETA does kill animals. That $9,370 walk-in freezer declared on PETA's 2002 federal income tax return is indeed for storing dead animals. And PETA contracts with a Virginia Beach company to incinerate the bodies.

» read more



PETA Trial, Day 6:
Turning the Corner

The prosecution called its final three witnesses today, and then rested its case. A defense motion to dismiss all charges was argued fiercely and then shot down by the judge—for now. And the defense's first witness was more prosecution-friendly than expected.

» read more




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Field Staff - http://www.jiffyonice.com/

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