Missing Pet Network. Let's get pets back to their HOMES.
NAIA now has a BLOG! Yippee!
Every state needs a MoFed!
There's animal welfare and responsible environmentalism and then there's the animal rights and environmental activists, the pernicious nonsense. It SHOULD be about what's best for US and the animals and the environment we all share with each other and the animals. It SHOULD be about balance and science and critically thought through solutions.
Nasal Ranger, a gadget that sniffs for you (and more accurately than you do).
Ten Code, in case you ever need to know what Ten-Ninety-Six means when an officer says it on a radio.
Some of my favorite haunts:
HSPCA Archives, messy but there.
FEAR Forfeiture Endangers American Rights
My favorite place to start legal research http://www.law.cornell.edu/; http://openjurist.org/; http://supreme.justia.com/; http://landmarkcases.org/; http://www.jdsupra.com/index.aspx
US Constitution http://www.archives.gov/exhibits/charters/constitution.html and http://www.usconstitution.net/index.html (haven't checked the second one out thoroughly yet)
ABA map of attorney Bar Associations http://www.abanet.org/barserv/stlobar.html
ABA Resource Center http://www.abanet.org/tech/ltrc/lawlink/home.html
DIY Law http://www.nolo.com/ (I'm so very proud of them for having successfully fended off the legal profession's attempts to shut them down!)
ABA Animal Law Committee http://www.abanet.org/tips/animal/home.html
Animal Law Section of SBOT http://www.animallawsection.org/officers.php
Vet Victims http://vetvictimswebring.bravehost.com/
Often useful http://www.archives.gov/research/alic/
Over 1,000 libraries across the United States are Federal Depositories which means they house many books and documents intended for public access. For example, South Texas College of Law (STCL) is a federal depository. If you ask them, they say the library is for students and lawyers; however, they are required by law to permit access to the Federal Depository items and, once in the door, if one behaves as one should in a library, they will let you roam and research; ask nicely and sound like you're reasonably informed and you can even get a research librarian to help. You can locate Federal Depositories at http://catalog.gpo.gov/fdlpdir/FDLPdir.jsp and more info at http://www.gpoaccess.gov/libraries.html
NOTE: Law books are always expensive but the ABA and state bar associations will take anybody's money and most of them have on-line stores now.
The Way Back Machine. I know I saw it on the internet. I have the link! but now it's gone. You might be able to find it at The Way Back Machine. Info here and search here. Would you like your materials preserved for posterity? They might do it if you ask; send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org
Dog Aware http://www.dogaware.com/
from Tortiball's Why we’re in this
How odd to live in an era when we need to spell this out but we do and nicely done at that!
I love honesty!