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Archive of posts published in the tag: Nathan Winograd

In Defense of Puppy Mill Rescuers (With Caveat)

A Policy Discussion About The Washington Post’s Bombshell Report Jack, purchased at auction by National…

Profiting on the Backs of Animals

A recent article in a Florida newspaper claimed that, “Local ordinances targeting pet stores in…

Before Parkland: Prior Atrocities

In the wake of the Parkland school shooting, pundits are looking at the perpetrator’s history…

PETA Donations & Taxpayer Funds Used to Kill Kittens

  I just received documents obtained through the Public Records Act demonstrating how PETA delivers…

Do we have to feed animals to other animals?

We can avoid doing so and as a society, we invariably will. Reprinted from The…

A “shocking” proposal: It is ok to allow cats to go outside (sometimes)

Reggie Watts, the cat (not the comedian). Last week, I posted an article on Facebook…

Another Grisly Year at PETA

This photo, taken by a PETA employee, shows pit bull dogs killed by PETA. In…

#TimesUp For Wayne Pacelle & HSUS

It is long overdue. The Chronicle of Philanthropy is reporting that “The Board of Directors…

You Don’t Have the Right to Kill a Dog

You also shouldn’t have to carry the burden. I get a lot of questions about…

No Kill In Spite of the ASPCA

By Nathan & Jennifer Winograd In 2007, when Bullet, this man’s dog, fell ill, he…