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Petitioning East Tennessee Humane Society, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), Animal justice project, WBIR , WATE news, NBC, Russel Bivens, Robin Wilhoit, Madeline Rogero, Glenn Jacobs, ABC, H...

SHUT DOWN PUPPY ZONE

https://www.wate.com/news/local-news/former-west-knoxville-puppy-store-employee-makes-claims-about-animals-health/792723403 https://hannahmoulton.atavist.com/hidden-practices-of-puppy-zone9dscx ***IF you still need some convincing or want to be more involved with our fight, please follow this link https://m.facebook.com/END-PUPPY-ZONE-243397039657097/ and you will see tons of articles, posts, etc to further show the INJUSTICE these animals are enduring.. Also find the headquarters for what we are doing next and event information!*** I'll start this by posting a link of a story that has ALREADY made it to our local news channel about this place. Then I will post ANOTHER article that furthers my point. For YEARS, I have heard negative story after negative story. I have never, not ONCE hear a positive outcome from Puppy Zone in Knoxville, Tennessee. Former employees and volunteers have told countless HORROR stories of feeding puppies bleach, puppies being drugged, improper care or puppies, etc.. on top of the fact that these dogs are the products of puppy mills and are sold at an outstanding rate. The percentage of survival for adopted puppies at Puppy Zone is somewhere south of 50%. YET SOMEHOW, this business is STILL running. You walk in to lethargic puppies who are barely responsive in cribs with cage floors. One woman walked in with her daughter to find a DEAD PUPPY recently. This was the final straw. SOMETHING HAS TO BE DONE. This is inhumane and sickening. Please help me in shutting down the worst excuse of a business I have ever seen. Help me save these puppies and pray that God will save their souls. 

Caitlin White
91,072 supporters
Petitioning CNN, ABC, NBC, CBS, PBS

#AskAboutSkills at the 2020 Debates!

We’re calling on debate moderators to ask 2020 candidates about skills training and their plans for the 21st century economy. We hear a lot about their commitments to college affordability; will they make skills and technical training an equal priority? And if so, how? Our economy is at a crossroads, and automation is at the wheel. At least 60% of today’s jobs will be impacted by rapidly advancing technologies such as digitalization and AI, meaning 90 million American workers will have to acquire new skills just to stay in their industries. 85% of voters think we should provide free skills and technical training to anyone who wants it. It's no wonder - skills training is central to the biggest issues of our time: Automation – as technology evolves, so too must the training and skills of those who build and maintain it Climate – green jobs today and of the future require a skilled workforce Infrastructure – fixing America’s roads, bridges, and utility infrastructure will depend on skilled workers from multiple industries Veterans – skills training programs can connect veterans with good-paying jobs after their service ends Aging – access to skills training should not be a barrier to career growth or economic security, at any age Education and Student Debt – skills training leads to good-paying jobs that help workers pay off debts – and provides alternatives to expensive 2 and 4-year degrees Health Care – the industry is growing and looking for an increasingly skilled workforce Immigration – immigrants represent 1 in 6 American workers and they play a crucial role in our economy Skills training is wildly popular — 93% of likely voters agree that we should increase investment in skills and technical training. But very little time this campaign season has been dedicated to hearing candidates’ plans for skills training in our changing economy. And while policymakers are eager to invest in people who want to go to college, there’s less help for people who want to learn a skill or trade. We spend $139 billion every year on federal student aid, but only 14% of that goes to fund skills and technical training programs. 86% of voters say we should invest in skills at the same level we invest in college. If the U.S. wants to continue to be competitive in the 21st century economy, our focus and investment in skills and technical training will need to increase to meet growing, rapidly changing demand. Debate moderators: Ask the 2020 candidates about skills!

Voices for Skills
10,146 supporters
Petitioning ABC, Freedom of the press foundation

Bring Back Roseanne!

"Roseanne" is hit reboot-TV show run by ABC. Recently, Roseanne Barr made "controversial" statements on Twitter, which she later recanted, and apologized for her "racist" joke simply saying it was made in "bad taste." This is not the first time Roseanne has spoken in ill-manner of Democrats, nor is it the first of snarky comments in the quoted form of bad taste, but I find that is what I like most about her. I support Roseanne 100%: she has done nothing wrong, in the juxtaposition of other celebrities who support the blue-tainted agenda, and what those same nasty things those celebrities said about other more prominent members of Congress, who also happen to be Republicans. If "Roseanne" was truly cancelled because of her "offensive" tweet about a former White House representative, why hasn't Jimmy Kimmel been cancelled as well? The answer is simple: they were both on ABC, but Kimmel's jokes have been swept under the rug because he supports the agenda that ABC wants him to press on. Barr, on the otherhand, thinks and speaks for herself, which clearly did not earn her any brownie points with ABC.  I have always admired Roseanne's openness and free-thought process, and I strongly believe that is one of many things that set her aside from all the majority of today's celebrities. She bites back. Roseanne Barr has been especially outspoken against the leftist media and Democratic party, contributing to the abrupt cancellation of the series reboot, which was launched Tuesday, March 27th of this year. Barr is best known for her alt-right views, as well as giving a voice for Americans that share similar standpoints, which is being steadily and very obviously stripped from mainstream media outlets as increasingly leftist views become the standard for misled, uninformed Americans, and freedom of the press is, sadly, enforced only via propaganda and blue-colored bias. LETS BRING BACK ROSEANNE AND FIGHT BACK IN THE NAME OF FREE-THINKERS EVERYWHERE!

Ashley Díaz
6,184 supporters