John Finnegan waited patiently in the doctor’s office for his results. A large abnormal growth was discovered near Finnegan’s stomach. After 30 biopsies, doctors concluded it was Non-Hotchkin’s Lymphoma, a fatal form of cancer. Several doctors informed Finnegan that chemotherapy was the only feasible option, but at his stage of cancer, chances of success would […]Read More Finnegan’s Cure for Cancer: A Vegan Diet
By no means with this am I trying to illustrate a bias – I’m trying my best to illustrate the facts here and be as objective as possible. Animal rights is the most important of all rights – women’s, blacks, homosexuals – because it covers all of them. Humans are animals, too, so by supporting […]Read More The Reality of Speciesism
In “Humans Unite, “Adilifu Nama discusses several examples of how race is portrayed in science fiction film. In many SF films of the 70s and 80s, may other minorities other than African Americans were seen as the “other.” In Rollerball, viewers see blacks and whites both working cohesively together while the “other” in this […]Read More The Racism We Never Noticed in Gremlins.
Veganism is an important concept humanity must recognize as a requirement for objective morality, or as a fundamental standard of anyone’s relative morality. . There is a contradiction when one calls himself a religious or spiritual person yet eats animal flesh. It’s like being a nutritionist and smoking. If a philosopher doesn’t practice love and […]Read More Veganism and The Golden Rule