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Don’t Accuse PETA of Having Any Class

Less than a week after it happened, PETA is already using the death of Steve Irwin, a.k.a. the Crocodile Hunter, as a chance to stir up controversy.
PostedSeptember 12, 2006 at12:00 am

Hypocrisy, Thy Name Is (Still) Pammy

We’ve told you before about Pam Anderson’s apparent struggles with the philosophical rigors of being a spokes-blonde for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). In addition…
PostedJuly 21, 2006 at12:00 am

‘Fast Food Nation’: A Feel-Bad Animal Rights Romp

It’s difficult to find a glowing review of Fast Food Nation, the forthcoming film adaptation of Eric Schlosser’s book. The Times of London calls it “…
PostedJuly 10, 2006 at12:00 am

PETA Celeb Eats Fish: ‘Nobody’s Perfect’

In the past few weeks we’ve shared stories about the various celebrities promoted by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) who don’t actually toe their radical animal-rights line…
PostedApril 24, 2006 at12:00 am

PETA ‘Vegetarian’ Celebrity Update

Singer P!nk (yes, that’s an exclamation point — she’s just that hip) recently signed her name to a People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) campaign…
PostedApril 3, 2006 at12:00 am

PETA ‘Vegetarian’ Rapper: ‘Meat Ain’t Murder, It’s What’s For Dinner!’

Last week we told you about Oscar winner Reese Witherspoon, the PETA-promoted “vegetarian” celebrity who told a daytime talk-show audience that “everything’s better with bacon.” Now…
PostedMarch 30, 2006 at12:00 am

Why Do People Care What This Man Thinks?

“Documentarian” Morgan Spurlock scored some coveted media attention this weekend by giving a profanity-laden speech to Pennsylvania high school students on Friday, during which he…
PostedMarch 27, 2006 at12:00 am

PETA ‘Vegetarian’ Celeb: ‘Everything’s Better With Bacon’

This isn’t the first time PETA has deceptively promoted a carnivorous celebrity as an anti-meat activist, but it just might be the funniest. Last year we told you about Sarah…
PostedMarch 21, 2006 at12:00 am

PCRM Lecters Us On What To Eat?

Taking a page from the “complete press sluts” at PETA, the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) is always eager to use the…
PostedMarch 24, 2005 at12:00 am

Glitzy Awards, Tarnished Halos

Monday’s Chattanooga Times Free Press couldn’t have put it any better when it highlighted our 4th Annual Tarnished Halo Awards: “So long as fussy and even militant meddlers try…
PostedMarch 15, 2005 at12:00 am