Animal rights groups go too far
By Travis Kirin
Animal rights groups, such as People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, claim to be preventing animal abuse, but instead seek to impose their antihuman ideology by trying to stop people from using animals to save human lives and helping terrorist organizations firebomb and threaten those who oppose them.
The modern animal rights movement got its start in the 1970s when Tom Regan and Peter Singer
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