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Being Vegan – Bullfighting Has No Place in Modern Society

Being Vegan – Bullfighting Has No Place in Modern Society

By Paul Graham Las Vegas Informer News came recently that bullfighting has been banned in Sonora, Mexico, making it the first region in Mexico to do so.  It is part of the recently passed Animal Protection Law, which actually not only bans bullfighting, but protects other domestic animals as well.  This is the first step […]

Being Vegan – The Rise of Celebrity Veganism

Being Vegan – The Rise of Celebrity Veganism

By Paul Graham Las Vegas Informer “I’m Vegan and eat extremely healthy.  For me, something indulgent would be to cut two bananas into my oatmeal instead of one.  I don’t eat junk at all.”  – Billy Bob Thornton Whether we like it or not, we live in a celebrity-obsessed society.  Whether it be those in […]

BEING VEGAN – We Bought A Zoo…And Then We Closed It

BEING VEGAN – We Bought A Zoo…And Then We Closed It

By Paul Graham Las Vegas Informer “Visiting a zoo is not educational and entertaining, but like touring prison for the innocent.”  – Kim Stallwood I remember seeing the Matt Damon movie a few years ago about the true story of a widower and his two children looking for a house to move to, finding it, […]

BEING VEGAN – No Surprise – Someone is Now Eating Vegan In Portland

By Paul Graham Las Vegas Informer No, there is no surprise when I say that someone is Eating Vegan in Portland.  Not only is it one of the most vegan-friendly cities in America, but also in the world.  Portland has a professional basketball team by the name of The Trailblazers and it aptly describes how […]

BEING VEGAN – May The Outrage Turn To Something More

BEING VEGAN – May The Outrage Turn To Something More

By Paul Graham Las Vegas Informer “The basic thing is to hopefully stop people from killing anything and to create a non-violent diet for themselves, because a non-violent world has roots in a non-violent diet.”  Casey Kasem I have read this past week of great outrage about an annual festival to celebrate the summer solstice […]

BEING VEGAN – It’s Time to Go All In

BEING VEGAN – It’s Time to Go All In

By Paul Graham Las Vegas Informer “When you go ‘all in’ with hand in poker, you are betting everything that you’ve got the best cards.  With Veganism you know you have a sure winner–I’M ALL IN–good health can’t be beat!”  - Cyndy Violette, Professional Poker Player, Vegan I needed to confirm with my friend Cyndy, […]

BEING VEGAN – A Whole Foods Approach to Healthcare Comes to Our City

BEING VEGAN – A Whole Foods Approach to Healthcare Comes to Our City

By Paul Graham Las Vegas Informer “Let food by thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” – Hippocrates The healthcare system in our country is broken.  We pay more for healthcare than any country in the world and yet our healthcare ranks near 50th in performance.  Rather than focus on prevention and cure, the focus […]

BEING VEGAN – Social Media and the Rise of Veganism

BEING VEGAN – Social Media and the Rise of Veganism

By Paul Graham  Las Vegas Informer When it comes to social media, in any form, people seem to be all over the board in terms to their feelings about it.  So many seem to enjoy it and engage in it multiple times each day.  It has become a fixture and a part of their daily […]

BEING VEGAN – Am I Plant-Based, Vegan, or Both?

BEING VEGAN – Am I Plant-Based, Vegan, or Both?

By Paul Graham Las Vegas Informer This will not be a surprise to many, but veganism is here to stay.  It is not only entrenched in the hearts, minds, and lifestyle of a strong and growing segment of our world population but is also gaining a foothold in the mainstream of our society.  That is […]

BEING VEGAN – Who Wouldn’t Want To Go To A Veggie Prom?

BEING VEGAN – Who Wouldn’t Want To Go To A Veggie Prom?

By Paul Graham Las Vegas Informer “Work hard…but work smart…so you can play even harder.”  – Things Mindy Says Okay, there is a very good chance that we all have some memories of at least one prom experience that we had dating back to our high school years.  For the most part these were opportunities […]

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