You will lose the Right to Fight Animal
Rights Legislation. No more searching for
unbiased information on legislation
affecting animal ownership, dog breeding,
nutrition, or veterinary care.
Looking for a family dog?
What if the only doggy websites you could access
were AKC, or PETA and HSUS? The latter two
sites condemn purebred dogs and send you only to a
SOPA and PIPA (privacy and copyright protection
bills) put the burden on website owners to police
user-contributed material and would block
entire sites. Non-commercial websites such as
TheDogPlace don’t have the staff or financial resources with which to
defend themselves from a politically biased
paid-lobbyist or competitor attack.
predicted the internet was a
radical animal rights advocate Cass Sunstein
He is President Obama’s new communications Regulatory Czar - the guy
who wrote papers on “cognitive infiltration” of chat
lists, social networks and websites in order to
enforce a U.S. government ban on “conspiracy
Hitting the nail on the head, NRA
spokesman Wayne LaPierre opened with a zinger at
the 2009 CPAC. "Sunstein is a radical animal rights extremist
who makes PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of
Animals) look like cheerleaders with
pooper-scoopers." He went on to characterize Cass
Sunstein as "a man who wants to give legal standing
to animals so they can sue you for eating meat."
These two bills are just the
beginning; there will be more restrictions added on
until free, accessible internet is gone. Sites which we depend on for broad
information, sites such as WND.com and Wikipedia, will not
Wikipedia says “SOPA and PIPA are not the answer
they will fatally damage the free and open
Wikipedia warns that the "internet privacy bills" put the burden on
website owners to police user-contributed material
and call for the unnecessary blocking of entire
sites won't have sufficient resources to defend
themselves. Big media companies may seek to cut off
funding sources for their foreign competitors, even
if copyright isn't being infringed. Foreign sites
will be blacklisted, which means they won't show up
in major search engines. SOPA and PIPA build a
framework for future restrictions and suppression."
Like many bills that
fly through Congress, the "cure" that SOPA and PIPA represent is
worse than the disease.
Cass Sunstein and other rabid
bureaucrats can use SOPA and PIPA to stifle the U.S.
Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) which insures
access to government records under a presumption of
disclosure wherein the burden to suppress is that of
And by the way, have you read Google’s new take it
or leave it “;privacy
policy”? We love Google but its rapid rise under
the current administration rivals grandma’s yeast