"Animal Rights" legislation violates Search and Seizure law, Constitutional Rights and your Human Rights
PETA indoctrinates your children with classroom teaching materials and political positions with which you may not agree.
HSUS is among the richest Animal Rights legislative forces in America but less than 10% of their $100 million per year income (non-taxable donations) helps animals in any way!
SAY NO! to State and Local politicians who sponsor or vote for subversive "animal rights" legislation or who accept campaign contributions from any group or shelter that does.
The Parent Company of the Ringling Brothers Circus has a pending Lawsuit in the Federal District Court in the District of Columbia that alleges the following violations of the HSUS Racketeer Influenced Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act; Money Laundering; Bribery;
Obstruction of Justice; Mail Fraud; Wire Fraud; Illegal Witness Payments; Virginia Conspiracy Act; Conspiracy to Harm a Business; Abuse of Process; Malicious Prosecution; and a Fundraiser Held in Furtherance of the Schemes.
At least eight Members of Congress have contacted the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and requested a review of
the lobbying activities of the HSUS in order to determine whether the HSUS has exceeded the U.S. Tax Code "Too Much
Lobbying" Prohibition for a tax-exempt organization. If the HSUS has, it may lose its "PUBLIC
The IRS has received 1,628 Pages of Documents that chronicle the extensive lobbying activities of the HSUS, such as the
quotes of the President of the HSUS who has repeatedly claimed to be responsible for the passage of over 1,000
Laws, including more than 25 at the Federal Level.
The Office of the Inspector General of the Department of Treasury has assigned a Case File Number (55-1111-0027-C)
to a Fraud, Waste and Abuse Complaint that alleges improper IRS employee misconduct in the IRS
Whistleblower Office, such as "covering-up" HSUS lobbying activities and "leaking" information to the
HSUS so that the HSUS could delete incriminating information from its Website and its future Tax Returns.
At least three Members of Congress have asked the Justice
Department, on behalf of their constituents, to determine if
the HSUS and its Senior Leadership are in violation of the Lobbying Disclosure Act of 1995 because none are
currently registered as a "Lobbying Organization" or as a
"Lobbyist" despite their extensive and direct contacts with
"Covered" Members of the Executive and Legislative Branches
of Government. For example, in 2011 the HSUS hosted
an Awards Banquet that honored the 146 Members of Congress
who best supported the Congressional Legislative Agenda of
the HSUS - - 146 "direct contacts."
The two most Senior Officers of the HSUS are the two most
Senior Officers of the Humane Society Legislative Fund (HSLF),
which is the self-described "Lobbying Arm" Subsidiary
of the HSUS. The HSLF controls three Political Action Committees (PACs),
which have contributed Millions of Dollars to Hundreds of
Candidates seeking Elected Office to Congress. The HSLF
has submitted in excess of 2,300 pages of lobbying related
documents to the Federal Election Committee. However,
neither the HSUS, nor the HSLF, nor their two most Senior
Officers are currently registered as "Lobbying
Organizations" or "Lobbyists" as is required by the Lobbying
Disclosure Act of 1995 when more than one direct lobbying
contact is made with "Covered" Members of the Executive and
Legislative Branches of Government.
Each year the HSUS conducts Lobby Day Workshops in State
Capitals and in Washington DC to "train" many of its more
than 11 Million Members and constituents on how best and
most effectively they may "lobby" their elected
representatives to support the Legislative Agenda of the
During the last five years, the HSUS, through the "functionality
of its website," has orchestrated Federal and State
Legislators receiving potentially more than One Billion
E-Mails. If those E-Mails were stacked on top of
one another, the stack would tower over 30 miles high.
The USDA Office of the Inspector General is conducting an
on-going investigation as to whether an unlawful
"Conflict of Interest" occurred when it hired a former
HSUS Litigation Attorney to become the Chief of its
Enforcement Branch. Most significantly, the Enforcement Branch Chief is
responsible for ensuring compliance with the Animal Welfare
Act by all who are licensed by USDA. This former HSUS
Litigation Attorney, who has been assessing unprecedentedly
high fines against USDA Licensed Breeders, had worked in the
very same HSUS Litigation Office that has filed a Freedom of
Information Act (FOIA) Lawsuit against the USDA. This
Lawsuit seeks such things as "Tax Return
Information" supplied to the USDA by every USDA
Licensed Breeder in Missouri - - discriminatory
"targeting" by the HSUS.
The HSUS has never acknowledged that Pet Breeder
Organizations in the 10 States where over 80% of all USDA
Licensed Breeders are located have "Publicly Condemned
The HSUS has never identified a single breeder anywhere in
the U.S., by name, as being a responsible breeder. In a
November 16, 2009 E-Mail, the HSUS President suggested that
all responsible breeders are "puppy millers" - -
the equivalent of a racial or ethnic slur. Additionally,
he suggested that all family farmers are "factory
farmers," and all responsible hunters are "poachers."
After Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast in 2005,
the HSUS asked the public to make extra donations to the
HSUS so that it could help the animals on the Gulf Coast.
Of the more than $31 Million that the HSUS collected that
was to be used to help animals on the Gulf Coast, the HSUS
publicly reported spending only a little more than
$1,000,000 to build two new shelters in Louisiana and
Mississippi. "WHERE DID THE REST OF THE $31 MILLION GO?"
In the last 10 years the HSUS has received over ONE
BILLION DOLLARS ($1,000,000,000,000) of tax -exempt
contributions. While some have reported that the
HSUS, which does not operate a single shelter anywhere in
the U.S., contributes less than 1% of its revenue to help
shelters, the HSUS claims that it spends up to 20% of its
revenue helping to care for animals. Even if you accept the
20% representation of the HSUS at face value, which is a
dubious claim, "WHERE DID THE OTHER $800 MILLION GO?"
When the HSUS President was repeatedly asked to explicitly
and publicly condemn those who violate the Animal
Enterprise Terrorism Act (AETA), he did not do so.
Instead, embraced the concept of "civil disobedience"
in a written response dated January 18, 2008, and suggested
that this Federal Terrorism Statute was an "unjust law."
"This nation has a strong tradition of civil
disobedience where people in a transparent, peaceful,
non-violent way take action to draw attention to unjust
laws." NOTE: A violation of the AETA may occur without violence.
When the Missouri Governor and the State Legislature refused
to be "bullied" by the HSUS, the HSUS President publicly
condemned the Governor and State Legislators with such
quotes as "Democracy Neutered;" "Subverting Democracy,
Abusing the Process;" Some lawmakers are thumbing their
noses at a statewide vote of the people;" "There's been some
very ugly, unfair, cruel and anti-democratic work;"
"Shameful example of politics at its worst, with a narrow
majority of lawmakers and now the governor subverting a vote
of the people; and the most intimidating and chilling of
all quotes: "We will hold accountable the public