From Today's New York Times

Animal Ethics

9 editorial “ Justice on the Farm ” describing a “visit to a duck farm in Sullivan County where workers toil through exhausting shifts to force feed poultry for foie gras” encapsulates one of the fundamental problems facing agriculture today: the perpetual chain of exploitation that occurs on many farms. To the Editor: The sentence in your Sept.

The True Costs of the Rhetoric of Terror Continue to Mount – Part 1

Animal Ethics

The law protects animal enterprises from courses of conduct designed to disrupt their normal profitable functioning. The Act wasn’t instituted to protect Americans from the dreaded terrorist threat posed by rabid animal activists, it was designed to protect the profits of those individuals and corporations that profit from the exploitation and abuse of animals. Cherished rights are being stripped away in the name of protection from terrorism.

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