Walmart makes ISIS cake, refused Confederate flag cake.

Russian Bombers Approach U.S. on 4th of July, USAF Fighter Jets Scrambled in Response

Keep anti-wildlife riders out of the federal budget

Keep anti-wildlife riders out of the federal budget – WildEarth Guardians : Keep anti-wildlife riders out of the federal budget.

Praise County for Rebuilding Rundown Animal Shelter

Praise County for Rebuilding Rundown Animal Shelter.

Praise Efforts to Shine a Light on Animal Cruelty

Praise Efforts to Shine a Light on Animal Cruelty.

Implement Alternative Energy Programs to Reduce Shark Attacks

Implement Alternative Energy Programs to Reduce Shark Attacks.

Support the Use of Anti-Poaching Device

Support the Use of Anti-Poaching Device.

Stand Against Bear Hunting

Stand Against Bear Hunting.

Rescue India’s Begging Elephants

Rescue India’s Begging Elephants.

Justice for Kitten Left to Die in Garbage Bag

Justice for Kitten Left to Die in Garbage Bag.

Kitten Allegedly Stomped on and Thrown Across Room Deserves Justice

Kitten Allegedly Stomped on and Thrown Across Room Deserves Justice.

Summer Pie Season

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Pies are wonderfully seasonal and summer provides an abundance of fruits to use as fillings. With so many choices, it is difficult to pick a favorite. Thinking about making a pie with some of your summer fruit? Try one of these easy recipes below.

Start with the Pie Crust

I like to make fruit pies with a crunchy topping rather than a top crust, so I use the recipe from King Arthur Flour for a No Roll Pie Crust. This delicious, flaky and easy to make crust is also a plus for those watching their diet, since it does not have any trans fats or cholesterol and it is also vegan. You can use melted butter in place of the oil, but it will no longer be vegan.

Easy No Roll Pie Crust

Ingredients for a two-crust pie:

3 cups (12 3/4 ounces) unbleached all-purpose flour

1 teaspoon salt

1…

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Tony The Tiger: 15 Years at Tiger Truck Stop!

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Re-posting from a Dodo Community article:

Tony The Tiger: 15 Years at Tiger Truck Stop!

As we celebrate our nation’s independence on July 4th, we also mark another year in Tony’s life, one that has been spent in captivity and exploitation as a roadside attraction at Tiger Truck Stop in Grosse Tete, Louisiana.

Signs posted on Tony’s cage, indicate he was born in July 2000, now making him 15 year old. It is reported that Tony was acquired by Michael Sandlin as a 6 month old cub from a Texas breeder.

Anyone who has followed Tony’s story has experienced both its’ highs and lows…hard fought victories in court by the Animal Legal Defense Fund found the permit issued by the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries was illegal and revoked; LDWF was blocked from issuing a new permit. Each victory was met with an appeal by Tony’s owner, Michael…

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“Me And My Fake Service Dog…..”

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Is there anyone who doesn't suffer from some kind of stress or anxiety? But that doesn’t mean we should feel entitled about taking our dog, snake, or llama to places where only service animals should go. Is there anyone alive who doesn’t suffer from some kind of stress or anxiety? But that doesn’t mean we should feel entitled about taking our dog, snake, or llama to places where only service animals should go.

Written by:  Heather Clemenceau

…..was the title of a recent (but hastily deleted) article by New York City dog trainer Anna Jane Grossman. With equal parts delusion, narcissism, and fakery, Ms. Grossman set about describing the deceptive tactics she uses to take her Yorkipoo Amos, who is certainly cute but is not a service dog, to places generally accessible only by service animals.

Grossman, whose food of life appears to be attention, suggests that her motivation lies in requests by her clients at the “School For The Dogs,” who asked how they could bring their dogs to visit in hospitals, or restaurants, and travel on planes. She asserts that this might…

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