Monthly Archives: March 2012

Archive of posts published in the specified Month

Ryan Clinton & The Deathly Hallows

The ASPCA legacy in Austin is still being felt. Will Austin’s animals pay the ultimate price?

Atten-Hut: Sgt. Bailey in Command

Sgt. Karl Bailey of Seagoville Animal Services is an inspiration: a veteran of the police department, he took over a rural kill shelter in Texas with no experience, abolished the gas chamber on his first day, ordered that the killing come to an end, and last year saved roughly 98% of all the animals.

My Books

I’m the author of four books. Learn a little about each one.

Where Do We Go From Here?

Amy Paulin amends the “Quick Kill” bill to remove “psychological pain” provision, but the fight for the safety of New York animals is far from over.

My Disturbing Encounter with the Mind of PETA

PETA is letting loose upon the world individuals who not only maniacally believe that killing is a good thing and that the living want to die, but who are legally armed with lethal drugs which they have already proven—25,000 times—that they are not adverse to using.

Legislating Compassion: A Year in Review

We are right on track for where we need to be, what we need to be doing, and where we need to be going.