Asmussen: PETA Allegations ‘Completely False’

By Tom LaMarra

Thoroughbred trainer Steve Asmussen told NBC Sports Network in a segment aired May 2 that allegations made against him by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) are untrue, and he hopes to have the chance to defend himself in court … – May 05, 2014…

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Exclusive Interview with ‘The Simpsons’ Co-Creator Sam Simon

by Nell Alk

This is by no means the first time we’ve uttered the name Sam Simon (… ) on Ecorazzi. Indeed, Simon makes headlines fairly frequently, and we’re as eager as any other outlet to spread the “good gossip” this successful-meets-selfless individual generates. And, let’s face it, with Simon, the well of good deeds he’s done, is doing and will do just doesn’t run dry …

Ecorazzi – May 5, 2014

Exclusive Interview with ‘The Simpsons’ Co-Creator Sam Simon


Whaling in the Antarctic Australia v. Japan (New Zealand intervening)

By Malgosia Fitzmaurice

After four years of anticipation the International Court of Justice delivered a Judgment in the whaling case. The Judgment raises many issues of ecological nature. It also analyses and interprets the provisions of the 1946 International Convention for the Regulation of Whaling (ICRW) thus enriching the law of treaties …

OUPblog (blog) – May 5th, 2014 at 4:30 am

Whaling in the Antarctic Australia v. Japan (New Zealand intervening)


Sea Shepherd: eco terrorists or the front line to protect social justice?

By Murray Hunter

If you travelled to a small pier at the bottom of Ann Street in Williamstown, a bayside suburb of Melbourne, Australia, you would come across a small letterbox with the words “Sea Shepherd” painted over it. Next to the letterbox is an old shed that has seen much better times with an open gate leading to two ships, the Steve Irwin and Bob Barker moored and being outfitted for a future yet unknown maritime mission …

On Line opinion – Monday, 5 May 2014….


Horse carriages are legal in big cities like Paris and London, despite activists’ claims

BY Ginger Adams Otis

Animal rights groups pushing for a ban on the carriages in New York have said major cities around the world have outlawed the practice, but a Daily News investigation found some of their claims are not true. In fact, London is looking for ways to expand the industry near its royal parks …

New York Daily News – May 4, 2014, 8:23 PM…


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