Weird Factoid about Cockfighting in Oklahoma

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Cockfighting was illegal in Oklahoma until 1963, when a judge ruled that chickens are not animals and therefore unprotected by anticruelty laws. oklahoma cockfighting blood sportNews & World Report, 6 December 1999.

Oklahoma State Stops Anthrax Vaccine Testing

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It's too controversial because the baboons involved would have to be destroyed after the testing. From Bioprepwatch.com. Administrators at OSU decided not to let the project, funded by the National Institutes of Health, commence as the primates being used would be euthanized. An internal faculty committee spent more than a year preparing protocol for the care and use of the primates. OSU administrators said in a statement that, "this research was not in the best interest of the university.

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Oklahoma Editorial About "Rising Animal Rights Terrorism"

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This editorial in the web version of the Oklahoman denounces animal rights terrorism; however, it finishes off by supporting medical research on animals. What about the terror and violence involved in that? But they do try to cover themselves by pointing out they oppose cosmetics research.).

Rumors Circulate over Cancellation of Anthrax Project

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Research supporters are going crazy over Oklahoma State University stopping anthrax testing on baboons. In addition to the threat of animal "extremists," they are also blaming T. Boone Pickens' wife Madeleine, whose husband is a big donor.

At What Point Are American Tea Baggers Labeled "Terrorists?"

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Was Tim McVeigh who blew up the Oklahoma Federal Building an animal rights/environmental activist? According to our government, the animal rights and environmental movements are the number one domestic terrorism threat in the United States. That's BS. What about militias? White supremacists? What about the nut who flew his plane into the IRS building in Texas?

Class "B" Animals Sold for Medical Research

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In the shadow of a $5 million-dollar grant given to Oklahoma State’s renowned veterinary school and then rescinded due to allegations of abusive and cruel animal research practices, Oklahoma State University Philosophy Club and Friends of the Forms will host animal activist Chris DeRose. I learned something new from this article. I had never heard the use of the term "Class B."

Calling all Dogs: Celebrate National Dog Day with Free Ice Cream August 25

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Best Friends Pet Care is a leading national pet care company and offers boarding, daycare, grooming and training at 42 locations across 18 states, including California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Texas and Virginia.

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Back from the dead?

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A puppy at a shelter in Oklahoma survived being euthanized (sadly, the same can’t be said for the little pups siblings). Now named Wall-E, the puppy has a Facebook page, and tons of people lined up to adopt him. Read more about the full stor y here. Stories like this, of dogs overcoming amazing odds, are both heartwarming and heartbreaking.

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