despite loud outcry, Idaho became the 9th state to sign into law a so-called “Ag-Gag” bill, which prevents journalists, activists, and employees from recording any footage of what goes on behind closed doors in factory farms and slaughterhouses. These laws have been passed because animal product workers have been caught horrifically abusing animals; using sick, diseased animals for food; and performing illegal, dangerous, and cruel acts with these animals.
*This lack of transparency enables these practices to continue…making it impossible to know exactly how your food was produced.*
To top this off, the USDA is running short on meat plant inspectors, meaning contaminated products can more easily end up on your plate.
I sobbed watching this every time I’ve watched it. From childhood to now.
I watched the movie for the first time like a year ago and I cried so hard. Like…SO HARD. My boyfriend at the time was like, You know that he isn’t actually dying, right? Like this is a movie..and these animals are actors…and this isn’t real life…
But I just kept sobbing uncontrollably. It cut me too deep.
I got this movie on DVD yesterday I’m so excited to have my heart smashed into a million pieces again.
Yes, because a woman’s age and who she’s married to are the only important thing. It’s not like she’s an individual person with intellect, skills and experience. No, she’s just an old woman married to Bill Clinton.
Why did Texas close the clinics in the Rio Grande WHERE PEOPLE WOULD GO TO GET A PRESCRIPTION FOR CONTRACEPTION? IF THEY ARE TRYING TO PREVENT ABORTION WOULDNT IT BE A GOOD IDEA TO HMM I DONT KNOW MAKE SURE PEOPLE CAN GET PREVENT UNWANTED PREGNANCY?