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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - People For The Ethical Treatment Of Animals
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has demanded that the Department of Agriculture investigate SeaWorld in San Antonio after a little girl, 9, was bitten by a dolphin she was allowed to pat.
An animal rights advocate wants to place a roadside memorial in Georgia to remember several chickens killed in a highway wreck.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has apologized after graphic animal cruelty images were distributed to students at a Southern California elementary school.
Animal rights activists say SeaWorld is thwarting their efforts to put to shareholders a resolution to create a coastal sanctuary for retired orcas.
The way Bryan Weinman sees it, he and his friends already won their Super Bowl bet.
The state of Utah is pushing back against animal-welfare activists who contend a state law to prevent filming of agricultural operations is designed to silence them.
NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — An animal rights group is suing the city of Norfolk in a dispute over text messages.
Ah, the glittering White House fundraising amid political discord: We're talking seven events in 48 hours to raise money for Democratic lawmakers gearing up for the 2014 midterms. President Obama departed the nation's capital Sunday, bound for a pair of fundraisers in Seattle. But, hey, a West Coast visit always includes California, and Mr. Obama jets South on Monday to headline the moneymakers.
They had legendary good spirit and the inner mettle to grapple with grim reality as well. That would be the Office of Strategic Services — the OSS — a clandestine agency created during World War II by Army Maj. Gen. William J. Donovan that was the predecessor of the CIA. The inventive determination of those 13,000 uncommon warriors who fought against Nazis and other American enemies seven decades ago has not been forgotten, however.
Macy's is moving rocker Joan Jett and her band off the South Dakota tourism float in its Thanksgiving Day parade after ranchers complained about having a vegetarian and animal rights advocate representing their state.
Rescue crews went into a warehouse last year to save nearly 20,000 rats and reptiles at a wholesale distributor of exotic snakes and rodents, encountering a sight so revolting that they needed crisis counselors to cope.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has jumped on the pro-broccoli bandwagon, releasing on its website pictures of a T-shirt it's now offering for sale. The image on the shirt: a broccoli floret spilling out of President Obama's green-faced head.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals puts to sleep an estimated 2,000 dogs and cats each year, a new report finds.
In his classic essay "Consider the Lobster," acclaimed writer David Foster Wallace asked, "Is it all right to boil a sentient creature alive just for our gustatory pleasure?" The answer should be a resounding "no" ("Inside the Beltway," May 31).
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals shares The Washington Times' concern about wind turbines maiming and killing birds and bats ("Windmills of death," Comment & Analysis, May 27). The rotating blades smack birds and bats out of the air at incredible speeds. Wings are severed, and bodies are mangled. The "luckier" victims are killed instantly, but many suffer immensely before finally dying from injury, stress, exposure or dehydration. The pressure created by the wind causes bats' extremely delicate lungs to burst, leaving these tiny animals to slowly bleed to death internally.