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Sealers Get Punked by the French

Sealers Get Punked by the French

Posted on April 13, 2007 | Written by PETA

Nobody can make you feel stupid quite like the French can. They have it down to an art. This picture, from a protest against the Canadian seal hunt in …

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One More for the Pigs!

One More for the Pigs!

Posted on April 13, 2007 | Written by PETA

You may remember Smithfield Foods’ big January announcement that it is phasing out the use of gestation crates, followed shortly by Maple Leaf Foods’ decision to follow suit, and …

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Interview With a Panda

Interview With a Panda

Posted on April 12, 2007 | Written by PETA

The Onion struck a blow against the cruel confinement of animals in zoos this week by broadcasting a chilling interview with Yun Mei, a panda who has finally had …

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Spring Cleaning

Spring Cleaning

Posted on April 12, 2007 | Written by PETA

It’s officially Spring (Allie and Lis, who sit at the desks next to me, are informing me that it has, in fact, officially been Spring for, like, two weeks …

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The Dan Mathews Juggernaut Continues…

The Dan Mathews Juggernaut Continues…

Posted on April 12, 2007 | Written by PETA

Dan Mathews’ book, Committed: A Rabble Rouser’s Memoir, is finally out, and it kicked off with a great piece in USA Today this morning. Our Dan has been working …

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Ted Leo and the Pharmacists

Ted Leo and the Pharmacists

Posted on April 11, 2007 | Written by PETA

Those too-hip-for-their-own-good trendsetters over at peta2 have just released a new ad with indie rock icon Ted Leo, which is almost too cool for me to even be talking …

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Great Ape on Trial in Europe

Great Ape on Trial in Europe

Posted on April 11, 2007 | Written by PETA

Chimps share 96 percent of their DNA with humans. There is a groundbreaking legal case happening in Austria right now, in which a judge is being asked to rule …

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Why Christians Should Boycott KFC

Why Christians Should Boycott KFC

Posted on April 11, 2007 | Written by PETA

Well, if they’re not willing to listen to their own animal welfare advisors and the thousands of outraged people all over the world, maybe they’ll listen to the most …

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Vegan Hawks Player Salim Stoudamire

Vegan Hawks Player Salim Stoudamire

Posted on April 10, 2007 | Written by PETA

There’s a great interview in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution with Atlanta Hawks Guard Salim Stoudamire about why he went vegan. The interview’s been doing the rounds of the basketball blogosphere, …

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World’s Dumbest Vegetarian?

World’s Dumbest Vegetarian?

Posted on April 10, 2007 | Written by PETA

I’m sure everyone has seen our Sexiest Vegetarian contest by now, and hopefully you’ve voted for your favorite already. The number and quality of entries has been truly inspiring. …

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Ingrid’s Appeal to the Canadian PM’s Wife

Ingrid’s Appeal to the Canadian PM’s Wife

Posted on April 10, 2007 | Written by PETA

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper is really good at ignoring people. He”s ignored millions of outraged Canadians and concerned people around the world; he’s ignored countless representatives of the …

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Disney Gets Sketchy

Disney Gets Sketchy

Posted on April 9, 2007 | Written by PETA

I love me some Disney—hell, it still brings a tear to my eye every time I watch that little redheaded mermaid thing turn into a real live human girl …

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Houston Chronicle!

Houston Chronicle!

Posted on April 9, 2007 | Written by PETA

I’m sure most everyone is already aware of Burger King’s recent animal welfare improvements, but I still wanted to share this little tidbit with you. The BK story was …

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Happy Easter (From Here to Slovenia)!

Happy Easter (From Here to Slovenia)!

Posted on April 8, 2007 | Written by PETA

First of all, Happy Easter from everyone at PETA! Now, as a little food for thought for the Easter holidays, here’s the transcript of the 2007 Easter Message by …

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JesusVeg.com

JesusVeg.com

Posted on April 7, 2007 | Written by PETA

In 2000, I was still busy trying to figure out how “electronic mail” worked, and PETA, for all its marketing brilliance, was still just kind of feeling its way …

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