For all I know, the folks who run PETA, the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, are fine, upstanding individuals.
I imagine that at times, they get a little over-excited about their cause. But at least they care about something.
For example, Monday, PETA's blog celebrated the organization's success in persuading a hospital in Missouri to stop shoving plastic pipes down cats' windpipes.
I can't be sure if the hospital was searching for a cure for hay fever or merely allowing its internists to have some rather unpleasant fun. Because I was struck momentarily insensate by … Read more