Quote by: AtheistExile
I’ve grown weary of the growing number of proselytizing tirades from vegetarians and vegans; especially when they try to make eating meat a moral issue. Vegetarianism is a dietary preference . . . that’s all it is. Vegans take vegetarianism to its illogical extreme and invariably attempt to make it a moral issue. When they do, they are, at best, confusing compassion with morality. At worst, they’re food fascists wielding the scepter of moral superiority.
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Something further to the issues being raised in Meat Eating and the Moral Burden of Proof.
Many of you have no doubt heard that the latest form of “putting animals to sleep” with CO2 gas is completely humane. The Animal Welfare Approved label, which, according to their website, has the most rigorous humane certification standards for farm animal welfare in the U.S., endorses use of CO2 gassing.
Temple Grandin, a key spokesperson
This Remembrance Day, Veterans Day let's remember one of the main reasons we go to war--to make money.
1 Timothy 2:1-2 (NIV) -I urge, then, first of all, that petitions, prayers, intercession and thanksgiving be made for all people—for kings and all those in authority, that we may live peaceful and quiet lives in all godliness and holiness. When the apostle Paul wrote 1 Timothy, historical tradition has it that Nero was the emperor of Rome. Yes,