- H.R. 1955: Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act of 2007 (Deb’s take, Will Potter’s take)
Deb’s been telling me about this act which has already passed in the house with only six nays. It takes the screwy mentality of the AETA to new extremes.
- Gary’s “To Meat-Eaters: Easy Ways to Reduce Meat Consumption While Retaining Your Comfort Foods” series
No link to just the series, but at this point there are 14 parts and you can’t miss ’em.
- Facts About Animal Cloning (via AnimalBlawg)
The ethical arguments against animal cloning, brought to you by the American Anti-Vivisection Society. Worth reading since the FDA won’t require labeling of meat derived from cloned animals.
- Thinking Critically About Animal Rights (PDF)
Mary Martin’s very good eight-page introduction to animal rights. My only criticism is that it deals with the abolition v. welfare issue too early in the document.
- The Naked Vay-gun Podcast
Don’t try reading it, because it’s just a bunch of zeros and ones, but do subscribe to the latest vegan podcast for all the insanity you’d expect from Hooten and Moskowitz. But, whatever you do, don’t listen to the slanderous pilot episode!
- Vegcast 36
Ditto above. This edition of Vance’s podcast features a great interview with Mike Hudak, who refutes the “diets with some meat are the most efficient” conclusion drawn by the press release issued about the Cornell University study.
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