A group called the Nonhuman Rights Project has requested a NY court declare Tommy, a 26 year-old chimp, “a cognitively complex autonomous legal person with the fundamental legal right not to be imprisoned”. KIKI, Hercules and Leo—have also had lawsuits filed on their behalf by this group? Chimpanzee=person; unborn baby=not a person—GO FIGURE
THE National Institutes of Health (NIH) is spending over $224,000 of taxpayer money to study the “ordering behavior” of children. The Free Beacon Dr Guadalupe X. Ayala got the cash to conduct an “exploratory intervention study for obese-prone Latino children”.
Ayala has received a whopping $8.2 million from the NIH since 1997. The latest project goal is “to change what restaurants serve to kids”.
PETA has targeted sportsmen, according to Breibart.com, PETYA is urging its members to buy “hobby drones”—at $325.00 a pop—to spy on hunters. PETA aims to collect video footage of any illegal activity committed by hunters. The real agenda is not about illegal hunting but to spook the animals and disrupt the hunt. Illinois has passed a new state law to prohibit the use of drones to monitor hunter and fisherman.
Homeless u. EVEN WITH THE DEMS IN THE WHITE HOUSE HOMELESSNESS HAS NOT DISAPPEARED. FORMER it PROGRAMMER mike Momany decided to offer a three-day course in “Applied Homelessness”. According to Breitbart.com students would pay $2000.00 to experience authentic homelessness. The course would include a shabby wardrobe, a bed in a flophouse, lessons in panhandling, dumpster diving and public bench napping.
Bum-Mobiles, years ago liberal expressed their “generously” towards the homeless by giving them free shopping carts. CA is upgrading the homeless to electric cars. A new law, SB459, has as its goal to promote “transportation justice,” government is subsidizing—to the tune of $4000.00—every electric car purchased by an upscale yuppie ecofreak metrosexual. San Diego Union-Tribune a recent California air resources board (CARB) staff reported analyzed various taxpayer-funded “incentives” and concluded that for the homeless, “ the agency would need to pay the full cost of a vehicle for a family.