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Keystone Pipeline Politicians Threaten Animals
President Obama appears ambivalent towards the importance of sustaining animal life by giving the United States Congress the right to approve the Keystone expansion unless he immediately rejects the scheme.
Animal Symbols of the Lunar Calendar
The lunar New Year teaches us the importance of bilateral thinking through animal appreciation and universal connectivity.
Animals and Holiday Symbolism
Animal symbolism is important to holiday customs. A greater growth in awareness towards animal preservation helps to maintain the harmony of the holidays for all of us.
Horse Meat in America
Horse meat slaughter is being viewed as a successful means to save the American economy. However, the numbers do not add up and once again, the general population is left holding the bag for sloppy political thinking.
Animal Letter to Santa
Santa loves all creatures. When Animal Life lends a voice to wildlife, their needs are apparent, the necessity of giving becomes evident, and the spirit of humanitarianism is discovered.
SeaWorld Orcas Are Not Educational
SeaWorld’s Orca displays have no intrinsic educational value and therefore should be shutdown.
Giving Thanks to Animal Organizations
Acknowledgement of the efforts put forth by animal non-profit organizations and the dedicated people who devote their time towards exuberating positive change is as important as the services provided.
Keystone Pipeline Delay is Dangerous to Animals
President Obama’s delay gives the appearance of a breath of fresh air for America’s Heartland animals. However, this announcement neither brings a global sigh of relief, nor faith in the Obama administration’s purportedly aggressive Clean Energy campaign.
Ohio Animals Slain is a Wakeup Call
Terry Thompson’s gluttonous collection of wildlife and endangered species attempted to secure their freedom when the opportunity presented itself, without fruition. The world turned a critical eye towards America, to discover a pleasant surprise.
Keystone Pipeline Bias Risks Animals
On October 7, 2011, President Obama was to render his decision about the Keystone Pipeline expansions, which he failed to provide. However, the reason behind the delay may prove more sobering than hopeful.
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