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HSUS’s Beneficial Relationship with the Media

HSUS and Media

Often when a person hears about unethical behavior from animal rights organizations for the first time, he or she has questions. Questions like, why isn’t the mainstream media the one enlightening them to this animal rights corruption? And why isn’t more being done to show American citizens that the money they are giving to organizations like HSUS and PETA is ... Read More »

The American Horse Crisis – Impact

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  Welcome to The American Horse Crisis – Impact, the second of our three part series. In our previous article we focused on the overview of the issues surrounding horse processing facilities and who we are fighting against. Today we will focus on the impact of the closure of such facilities and some of the challenges Americans face now and will ... Read More »

[BREAKING NEWS] Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Approves Bear Hunt; HSUS Protests Fail to Stop Reasonable Science


  “Our responsibility is to do the best we can to manage wildlife in the state of Florida.” That remark was made by Commissioner Charles W. Roberts III, moments before the decision was handed down on the fate of bear hunting in the state of Florida. This afternoon, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) voted to reopen a limited ... Read More »

Saying No to GMOs: Municipal Government Bans on Genetically Modified Foods

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  Earlier this month, Jackson County, Oregon’s ban on the cultivation of genetically modified organisms went into effect. It is the first such ban in the state of Oregon, and one of few in the United States. Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are plants or animals that have undergone a process where their genes are spliced with another plant or animal ... Read More »

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