On June 27, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, submitted a petition to the USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service “urging” the FSIS to remove any labels that make claims as to the way animals are raised.
After not getting what they wanted, PETA decided to do what they do best — pull out their wallet and buy Facebook shares to control censhorship.
PETA laid down the ridiculous hammer trying to ban the use of “anti-animal” phrases. Well, why aren’t these everyday phrases targeted, too?
These meaty taunts were dished out cold, and because of them, Jimmy’s Famous Seafood in Baltimore has earned itself a whole new legion of fans. PETA is known for being one of the most anti-animal agriculture groups on the planet, but when the activist organization dipped its toes into Baltimore’s beloved blue crab industry by erecting […]
As if using religion to further spread their message wasn’t enough, PETA is now trying to get the beloved Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to only eat vegan pizza on their new Nickelodeon series. With Nickelodeon set to release the brand-new 2-D series “Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” later this year, PETA thought it […]
PETA’s latest marketing spot not just goes too far in its anti-ag message, it also lambastes the Catholic Church.
In light of Hurricane Irma’s destruction, the Center for Consumer Freedom has issued a warning against giving money to the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) and People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, HSUS raised over $2 million. However, according to filings the group made with […]
When PETA’s latest campaign included creating a profile picture frame with the title “Shoot selfies, Not animals,” they got something they didn’t expect.