Summertime is upon us! Time for vacations, picnics, BBQs and weekends escaping the heat at a pool. But politics? Yes – summertime can be a great time for advocating for ...
Imagine if a new luxurious dish had dog paws as its signature ingredient. What if we started catching dogs, lopping off their paws, and letting them die slowly, all so we could enjoy the status of eating them? Horrific, right? Now imagine for a moment that I told you that this does happen—not to dogs—but […]
Thanks so much for taking our survey “Getting to Know You” earlier this year! More than 550 people have taken the survey to date. We’ve crunched the numbers, and we’ve got the results for you. The numbers underscore behavior of the animal voter, as 97.50% of our members are registered to vote and more than 83% vote in […]
Guest blog by Senator Roy Afflerbach, Ret. (Part four of a four part series) Earlier this year I wrote about becoming a candidate for local office as a means to advocate for the compassionate treatment of animals at the municipal level. Some of you who read those articles may have taken that step to place you name on […]
Guest Blog by Dane Waters, CEO, Tipping Point Strategies I write often about what makes people act. What motivates them to take action even when their friends, family and colleagues would find such action questionable? What their emotional tipping point is. In many cases, people are motivated based on some unknown feeling deep within themselves – it […]