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Move Causes People To eat Less Clay

Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine President Neal Barnard says his anti-choice group hopes the new movie "Chicken Run" will lead people to stop eating chicken. "If people run from the theater screaming for a veggie burger, I'd be thrilled," says Barnard.
PostedJune 29, 2000 at12:00 am

He Ain’t No Joan Of Arc

A Seattle-like coalition of trade unionists, religious leaders, environmentalists, farmers, animal rights activists, and anarchists is gathering in Millau, France to protest at the trial of professional rabble-rouser and anti-choice…
PostedJune 29, 2000 at12:00 am

Wandering Off Abbey Road

Long time animal rights activist Paul McCartney is attacking fast food, recently writing that the "Junk Food Generation" is "eating themselves to death" by living on a "diet of burgers." ("Profile: The vegetarian," The Independent - London, 6/25/00.)
PostedJune 27, 2000 at12:00 am

I Don’t Want To Be A Beef Pie?

If you are against eating chicken, what could be wrong with an advertising campaign encouraging the eating of beef? Those nutty birds at United Poultry Concerns apparently have a problem with Burger King's very amusing campaign featuring characters from Chicken Run.
PostedJune 27, 2000 at12:00 am

Beefing About Non-Organic Meat

The Santa Fe New Mexican gives organic livestock producers a shot of free advertising when reporter Lynn Cline unfairly disparages conventional food and genetically engineered innovations. Not only do standard production technologies get a bad rap, but CSPI, Greenpeace, Union of Concerned Scientists and other nannies suffer no rebuttals to their fear-mongering efforts to restrict our food choices. ("What's In Your Beef?" The Santa Fe New Mexican)
PostedJune 16, 2000 at12:00 am

Give Me A Break Today!

Los Angeles Times writer Booth Moore berates the anti-choice People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals for its latest campaign against McDonald's, saying, "[I]ts tactics not only alienate people who might be sympathetic, but also exploit children in a totally unethical way. I think it's time for a PETA strategy overhaul."
PostedJune 15, 2000 at12:00 am

Dioxin Dead End

Greenpeace continues to attempt to scare the public into changing its eating patterns by hyping a draft EPA report that linked potential dioxin danger to the foods we eat.
PostedJune 9, 2000 at12:00 am

Choosing To Deny Choice

In response to complaints about Oklahoma City not spending enough money on animal welfare, The Daily Oklahoman blasts the anti-choice animal rights activists from the People for the Ethical Treatment…
PostedJune 8, 2000 at12:00 am

Dioxin Dimwits

In reaction to an Environmental Protection Agency draft report released recently, the Center for Health, Environment and Justice and a pack of other nannies continue to allege in a full-page…
PostedJune 5, 2000 at12:00 am

Unbiased Guidelines?

The radical animal rights group, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM), continues to decry the government's new dietary guidelines because of supposed catering "to the meat and dairy lobbies." What PCRM doesn't tell you about its new "alternative" dietary guidelines is that they were created not by a group of "unbiased" dieticians, but by the anti-choice group's board members.
PostedMay 30, 2000 at12:00 am