Monthly Archives: February 2012

The Other Dangerous Meth

Factory farming creates lots of problems, not the least of which is cruelty to animals, but the list also  includes ground water and soil contamination, the releasing of greenhouse gases, unsafe working conditions to laborers and the creation of “super … Continue reading

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The Meat-ia and How it Portrays Vegans

A recent study entitled Vegaphobia found that the media, or should it be meatia, negatively reported stories that had to do with vegan eating choices. Vegans are individuals that have decided not to eat any animals nor use products that … Continue reading

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When Clean Water is a Terrorist Threat

Recently the Environmental Protection Agency has been trying to strengthen laws that would protect our ground water. Because factory farming is considered an “agriculture” and not industrial operation, confined animal feeding operation (CAFO) owners can skirt many of the environmental … Continue reading

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Hunt of a Lifetime or Senseless Murder?

Is it just me, or is there something tragically ironic about an organization called Hunt of a Lifetime helping terminally ill children fulfill their fantasy of shooting and killing harmless animals. Could it be some subliminal Schadenfreude; “If my life … Continue reading

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