Animal rights argue that animals ought to be viewed as persons, not property.

Should Animal testing be Phased out?

March 24, 2011
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Is British law the reason to why animal testing hasn’t been stopped! The law states that all new medicines and drugs must be tested on two different mammals at least, for the protection and well being of humans. But is it fair that Animal experimentation kills untold millions of animals every year across the world. […]

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Should Skinning Be A Fashion Statement?

March 24, 2011
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Bad Taste or Cutting edge Fashion? During a fashion show in Paris, Jean-Paul Gaultier collection involved a range of different fox heads as hats on the catwalk, to be cutting edge fashion. This caused a great anti-fur brigade, many campaigners and viewers who believe strongly in animal rights were outraged. The designer quoted “I love […]

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Should Shooting be a Sport?

March 23, 2011
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Why should wildlife management agencies forcefully breed deers so the population stay at an almighty high, does this make hunting ineffective? Should approximately 100 people die in hunting accidents in the United States every year? Is hunting a sport or is to kill for pleasure? Hunting with dogs, often kills the animals painfully and with […]

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Performing lions rescued from circuses in Bolivia

March 22, 2011
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A great victory for animal rights has occurred, Bolivia is the fist country in the world to free all animals from circuses, an put a stop to performing animals. The animals are being shipped to the USA Nature reserves to be placed into new homes where they can be free to live there own lives. […]

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Do Non-Human Animals have Rights?

March 21, 2011
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Do animals have rights? Rights are exercised and enjoyed by the members of the world. Rights are enjoined upon to fulfill their social duties or responsibilities but animals have no such responsibilities. Animal rights are referred to animal freedom today. The basic argument of those who support the cause of animal rights is that the […]

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The Effects of Factory Farming

March 21, 2011
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Factory farming or industrial agriculture is a process of food and fiber production that utilize animals and the environment. It helps the sellers to provide the lower costs of food for consumers as it has the mass production of crops and livestock. Factory farming is an extremely controversial issue between animal rights advocates, farmers, environmentalists […]

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