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Elephant in the savannah, in Namibia, Africa, concept for traveling in Africa and Safari

Elephants Are Better ‘Persons’ Than People!

If we lower ourselves from the unique species to just another animal in the forest, that is precisely how we will act. Read More ›
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Stop ‘Outsourcing’ Unethical Science to Other Countries

It is long past time for an ethical house cleaning. Overseas breaches of moral propriety by U.S.-funded researchers, domestic companies, and American scientists make us all complicit in wrongdoing. It doesn’t have to be that way. If we close the door on outsourcing ethics, maybe those poor beagl Read More ›
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Swimming African Elephant Underwater. Big elephant in ocean with air bubbles and reflections on water surface.

NO to ‘Elephant Rights’ and ‘Water Rights’

The anti-humanists are on the march! Today, I want to discuss subversive advocacy campaigns to expand rights from the human realm to animals, and indeed, the rest of the natural world. Read More ›
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Bill Gates’s Plan to Destroy Animal Agriculture

The hyper elite intend to seize control of our economy and remake it in an anti-global warming/pandemic-preventing image. Thus, the Davos Crowd is pushing the “Great Reset” and Anthony Fauci wants to “remake the infrastructures of human existence.” Read More ›
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Dripping reagent into test tube with liquid sample, closeup. Laboratory analysis

Animal Testing Discovers New Antibody Component for Fight Against COVID

The animal-rights movement lies when it claims that research using animals offers no human benefit. But the propaganda is having an impact. According to Gallup, a whopping 39 percent of Americans believe that animal research is not moral, versus 56 percent who think it is. In 2019, only 51 percent found it moral. Read More ›