Upgrading our biology may sound like science fiction, but attempts to improve humanity actually date back thousands of years. Every day, we enhance ourselves through seemingly mundane activities such as exercising, meditating, or consuming performance-enhancing drugs, such as caffeine or adderall. Show More Summary
Watchdog Tells Donors to Give Local WASHINGTON, DC — Today, the Center for Consumer Freedom announced a new full-page ad that will run in USA Today, which calls out Eric Bernthal, chairman of the board of the Humane Society of the United...Show More Summary
Modern human society today enjoys the highest state of health care standards that it has ever known. Aided by advancements in the fields of medicine, nutrition, and medical technology, major diseases have been eradicated, deaths from illnesses have decreased, and previously fatal afflictions such as HIV/AIDS have become treatable or curable. Show More Summary
Authored by James Howard Kunstler via Kunstler.com, A peculiar feature of the human condition is that a society in distress will call forth intellectual witch-doctors to put on a colorful show that distracts the supposedly thinking class...Show More Summary
A peculiar feature of the human condition is that a society in distress will call forth intellectual witch-doctors to put on a colorful show that distracts the supposedly thinking class from the insoluble quandaries that portend serious trouble ahead. The post Yet Another Year of Magical Thinking was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!
CIPD is sort of the UK version of the U.S. trade group the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). They recently released More selfies? UK self-employment continues to rise, a new report in their megatrends series. At this point you'd...
Sexual Harassment Allegations Latest Scandal at National Nonprofit Washington, DC— This week, The Washington Post reported that Humane Society of the United States CEO Wayne Pacelle was under investigation after being credibly accused of sexual harassment by three women. Show More Summary
In a paper published Wednesday in Proceedings of the Royal Society B, scientists report that a 16-year-old orca named Wikie was able to copy a variety of new sounds on command. The study joins a growing body of research illustrating the deep importance of social learning for killer whales. “We wanted to study vocal imitation [...]
An internal investigation found three complaints of sexual harassment
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Multiple women on staff allege that Wayne Pacelle sexually harassed them.
During a seven-hour conference call on Thursday, the Humane Society's 31-person board voted to keep CEO Wayne Pacelle despite the sexual harassment allegations against him, losing seven board members in the process. One day later, they lost Pacelle, too. The New York Times reports that as donors and employees began...
To the editor: Homeless individuals are constantly presented as being a problem while our lack of humanity as a society, which puts people struggling with mental illness out on the street to fend for themselves, is seldom discussed. (“L.A.’s homelessness surged 75% in six years. Here’s why the...
The resignation of Wayne Pacelle comes just hours after the nonprofit had issued a statement endorsing his leadership and dismissing allegations made by three women.
The alleged pig is now in the doghouse.
The president of the Humane Society of the United States resigned Friday amid claims of sexual harassment that sent tremors of discontent through the organization and prompted at least seven board members to resign.
Seven board members resign in protest after the animal charity group sides with its leader who faced allegations of harassment by three women.
An internal investigation found sexual harassment complaints against CEO Wayne Pacelle were swept under the rug.
POLITICO reports that current and past Humane Society employees accused outspoken animal rights and lab-grown meat activist Paul Shapiro of sexual harassment and creating an unsafe environment at the Humane Society for six years. More »
Several members quit after the 31-person board chose to retain Wayne Pacelle. An investigation has uncovered multiple complaints against him, according to The Washington Post.