While Bob is at the Natural Products Expo in Anaheim, guest hosts GARY FRANCIONE and ANNA CHARLTON talk with BEN FROST and JENNY TRIG, two abolitionist vegan advocates in the U.K, who discuss their experiences doing direct public outreach. Also featured are Professors SHERRY COLB and MICHAEL DORF, both of Cornell University, who have just finished a new book, "Beating Hearts," on the connection between the abortion and animal rights issues. Finally, Gary and Anna talk with ERIC PRESCOTT, co-founder of the International Vegan
Guest MICHAEL DORF, Cornell University law professor and speaker at the upcoming World Vegan Summit & Expo, discusses lessons the vegan movement can learn from other justice movements, and with Professor GARY FRANCIONE, why legislation for animals doesn't work, and what law students can do to help animals + BOB's observations on this week's blood gluttony holiday of thanks celebrated by a cult of animal sacrifice by the ritualistic consumption of pathogen-laden decomposing bird cadavers + misconceptions about the native people living here before Pilgrims and other explorers, and why they would never celebrate Thanksgiving the way we do + how to WIN a FREE REGISTRATION to the World Vegan Summit &
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As Earth Day approaches, BOB totally trashes and buries in the landfill the irresponsible fake environmental movement that completely ignores the #1 cause of Climate Change and the ONLY solution before it's too late, with harsh criticism for 350.org, Greenpeace, the Sierra Club, and the climate march to nowhere. BOB has special ridicule for the "meat"-eating editor of "Sierra" magazine who brags that he has no problem with animals being killed (typical Sierra Club and pseudo "environmentalist" attitude), and who has published nonsensical mind-b (...more)