The Criminalization of Animal Rights Activism

Is supporting animal rights terrorism? Is nonviolent activism terrorism? According to some interpretations of the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act (AETA), they are.

Survival of the Fittest or Beyond

In our world now, what is needed most of all is for humans to coexist with all forms of life, especially human animals and non-human animals. Working together instead of against each other would allow the planet to rebuild and become healthier than it has been in years.

“Violence Is Not Entertainment” Act: Proposed U.S. Law to Withdraw Copyright and Trademark Protection for Animal Abuse; Abolish Property Status of Animal-Abuse Content

The “Violence is Not Entertainment” Act The Humane Party has today published initial parameters of the “Violence Is Not Entertainment” … More

USA’s First Animal Rights Political Party Registers First 40 Voters

The Humane Party—which is the nation’s first and currently only political party committed to animal rights—began registering voters yesterday in … More

Excerpt: The “Perfect-Voting-Record” Fallacy

Since the perfect-voting-record (or “PVR”) fallacy is becoming almost ubiquitous, the following excerpt from an article that first appeared on … More

Editorial: Concerned Carnivore Questions Activists

________________ Reader Dear Humane Herald, What [animal rights activists] are doing is worthy of praise; I am often disturbed by … More

Earth Day 2011: America’s “Greenest” Political Party Turns Two Years Old

The only political party in the U.S.A. committed to taking on the nation’s #1 polluter—meat, fur, and the other killing-based … More

Editorial: Letters to a Young Vegan

Reader Can [you] please [email] me with any recommendations you might have for someone like me interested in at least … More

Republicans/Democrats Continue War Against Animals

Having voted unanimously for the AETA, Republicans/Democrats are continuing their war on animals with renewed vigor. At least four state … More