Morality Gone to the Dogs

From First Thoughts

Bret Lythgoe provided some thoughtful responses to yesterday’s post about animal activism in China: For me, there is no problem being religious, and for animal rights. The only consistent view, is to be against abortion, euthanasia, and killing and exploiting animals. Then in another comment: . . . . Continue Reading »

Now China, Too, Can Prefer Dogs to People

From First Thoughts

The Washington Post reports a comic incident in the Chinese battle for identity that seems more appropriate for a Walker Percy novel than real life: last month a wealthy urbanite forced a delivery van packed with pooches destined for dinner tables off the road and sparked a 15-hour roadside siege . . . . Continue Reading »