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Archive of posts published in the tag: Nathan Winograd

Honoring the Intent of SB 1381: Put PETA Out of the Killing Business

After PETA stole Maya, a family’s beloved dog, in order to kill her, the Virginia legislature…

Judge Rebukes PETA Attorney for “Unprofessional” and “Contemptuous” Conduct

Despite its name, PETA is an unethical organization: it steals animals to kill, it files…

The Business of Saving Lives

How does a city bring hundreds of high paying jobs, raise millions in sales taxes,…

Allowing PETA To Get Away With “Murder”

Your Help Need to Stop VDACS Commissioner & Staff From Betraying Animals If there was…

PETA: Maya Lawsuit Update

Affidavit submitted to court by former employee details how PETA lies to acquire animals to…

The End of the Slaughterhouse

Rescued chickens are dressed up to protect them from the cold. Soon, dressing up a chicken…

Virginia Can Adopt Its Way Out of Killing

A cat available for adoption at Shenandoah Valley Animal Services Center.  It reported a 97%…

ASPCA: Shelter Killing Below 1 Million for Cats and Even Lower for Dogs

That’s Good News, if True, But ASPCA Obfuscates Full Causes of the Decline The ASPCA…

Are Coconuts Vegan?

It seems like a silly question, since a coconut is a fruit (technically, it’s a drupe), but…

PETA’s Endless Slaughter

Just Released Statistics Show that in 2016, PETA Killed 854 Cats and 557 Dogs. Please…