SHERRY COLB, Cornell University Law Professor, discusses her wonderful book “Mind If I Order the Cheeseburger? – And Other Questions Vegans Get Asked”, including topics of abortion, sentience, plants’ rights, and what vegans can learn from the gay rights movement + SANDRA HIGGINS talks about the horrific conditions suffered in the “humane eggs” industry by some of the residents at her Eden Farm Animal Sanctuary in Ireland, and her request to have Amy and Joy remembered at the upcoming WORLD VEGAN SUMMIT & EXPO www.WorldVeganSummit.com + Animal Rights Commentary with Professor GARY FRANCIONE + BOB reveals another amazingly dumb solution for climate change from “scientists” again distracting us from the only solution – GOING VEGAN!
BOB is joined by Professors GARY FRANCIONE and ANNA CHARLTON who talk with callers about avoidance of campaigning for veganism in the "animal rights movement", the latest trickery by the Humane Society of the United States and Mercy For Animals giving themselves credit for Walmart doing nothing, plus troubling actions by other groups features at FARM's upcoming AR-Con, including Farm Sanctuary and Direct Action Everywhere + Health Warning: Grilling Season Starts. (...more)
BOB looks at predictions about what ("meat", dairy, egg, and fish consumption caused) climate change is expected to do to California + bird flu epidemic + Morrissey's letter to Al Gore demanding "Live Earth" go vegan + commentary with Professor GARY FRANCIONE. (...more)
BOB, outraged that FARM once again has invited the butchers of HSUS to speak at its pseudo "animal rights conference" (AR con) tries to imagine what the HSUS VP Paul Shapiro might say + Professor GARY FRANCIONE's criticism of the Kim Kardashian fur shame campaign and controversial responses from a NYC campaign organizer plus calls from listeners. (...more)
MELANIE MINARD, executive chef, talks about the award-winning Watercourse restaurant in Denver celebrating the first anniversary of its transition to 100% vegan + the subject of "sentience" is examined in commentary by Professor GARY FRANCIONE. (...more)