Stop Tax Payer Funded Animal Testing

My friend and Animal Rights Activist/Taxpayer Watchdog, Anthony Bellotti, is doing some wonderful work saving animals and saving you from paying for it! Get Educated!

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Welcome to the first issue of The Taxpayer Watchdog.

Welcome to the first issue of The Taxpayer Watchdog


In each issue of The Taxpayer Watchdog you can expect to be shocked … outraged … educated … and motivated to stop $12 BILLION+ in wasteful government spending that funds cruel and unnecessary animal experiments.

Recently, the Senate Appropriations Committee passed a spending bill that squanders $2 billion more to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Here’s the problem: about $1 billion will be wasted on new animal experiments.

To stop taxpayer-funded animal experiments we must stop wasteful government spending. That’s what our campaign is all about. The Taxpayer Watchdog will keep you up to speed as campaign 2016 heats up. 

After all, I founded White Coat Waste Project after witnessing and participating in horrific taxpayer-funded animal experiments 20 years ago. 

I saw an opportunity to unite all Americans to STOP wasteful spending on taxpayer-funded animal experiments. Thanks to your support, it’s working … National Review calls it a “refreshing consensus-building argument.” 

But we’ve got a lot of work in front of us. We’ve got to expose more waste and abuse in the halls of power. Because it’s so critical we keep up our early momentum, any donation will be DOUBLED – dollar-for-dollar – up to $200,000 thanks to our generous friends at The Greenbaum Foundation. 

That means your tax-deductible contribution will have TWICE the IMPACT in stopping taxpayer-funded animal abuse where it counts most: Congress. 

Together, we can STOP taxpayer-funded animal experiments.

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P.S. Any tax-deductible donation you make will be matched dollar-for-dollar. Please help us raise an unprecedented $400,000 to clean up the waste and save more lives from taxpayer-funded torture!

 Stopping Taxpayer-Funded Animal Experiments with LUSH Cosmetics

It’s official: we’re now a Charity Partner of LUSH Cosmetics, who is lending its strong support to help us stop taxpayer-funded animal experiments.

Erika Edwards of LUSH states: “We believe in supporting projects that aim to tackle the root cause of the problem rather than treating the symptom. That’s why we contributed to the work of White Coat Waste.

We held a special tax week event with LUSH to educate taxpayers and other political and media power players in Washington. LUSH also provided a generous financial grant that’s been doubled, as part of our $200,000 matching grant opportunity.

Stopping Taxpayer-Funded Animal Experiments with LUSH Cosmetics

It’s official: we’re now a Charity Partner of LUSH Cosmetics, who is lending its strong support to help us stop taxpayer-funded animal experiments.

Erika Edwards of LUSH states: “We believe in supporting projects that aim to tackle the root cause of the problem rather than treating the symptom. That’s why we contributed to the work of White Coat Waste.

We held a special tax week event with LUSH to educate taxpayers and other political and media power players in Washington. LUSH also provided a generous financial grant that’s been doubled, as part of our $200,000 matching grant opportunity.

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NIH Doesn’t Have a Funding Problem. It Has a Spending Problem.

First it was shrimp on treadmills. Then dogs on treadmills. Now monkeys on treadmills …

The Washington Examiner‘s Paige Winfield Cunningham covers our response to the NIH spending increase:

“With a national debt of $19 trillion, the last thing Congress needs to be doing is increasing spending on an agency notorious for its waste of $12 billion a year in taxpayer money on things like ‘discovering’ that male rats like ejaculating or that monkeys who smoke crack behave like crack-smoking monkeys.”

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Exposed: $82,822.31 Wasted on “Stuttering Mice” Abuse

Ever wonder how taxpayer-funded experimenters actually make a mouse “stutter?”

Answer: forcibly separate her from her mom, amputate her tail, and deliver electric shock her paws.

Thanks to your support we recently exposed this waste before millions of taxpayers on national TV.

Our shocking exposé made headlines and received media coverage from Fox News and The Washington Free Beacon, and publicized by other taxpayer watchdog groups in Washington.

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NIH Doesn’t Have a Funding Problem. It Has a Spending Problem.

First it was shrimp on treadmills. Then dogs on treadmills. Now monkeys on treadmills …

The Washington Examiner‘s Paige Winfield Cunningham covers our response to the NIH spending increase:

“With a national debt of $19 trillion, the last thing Congress needs to be doing is increasing spending on an agency notorious for its waste of $12 billion a year in taxpayer money on things like ‘discovering’ that male rats like ejaculating or that monkeys who smoke crack behave like crack-smoking monkeys.”

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The Government’s Battle Against Opioid Addiction Is Important. It’s Also Wasteful.

Recently, the House passed funding to battle the opioid epidemic tearing apart many of our communities. Meanwhile, President Obama called for $1.1 billion in emergency funding. Here’s our response in the Huffington Post:

“How does LSD impact bunny rabbits ($6.5 million, NIH payout)? And how does a female monkey function when she’s high on cocaine ($1.3 million)? Hopefully, you have a burning interest in the answers to such questions, because you just paid to find out via your IRS bill last week … Surely we can all agree that these federal dollars could be better spent somewhere else. Anywhere else.”

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DOUBLE YOUR DONATION
The Greenbaum Foundation will generously DOUBLE your donation to help us raise $400,000. Please make a tax-deductible contribution against taxpayer-funded animal experimentation now.
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Paid for by the White Coat Waste Project, Inc., EIN 46-0856543
White Coat Waste is a new 501(c)(3) non-profit watchdog exposing and eliminating the government’s $12 billion+ annual forced taxpayer-funded animal experimentation budget. We’re the only taxpayer-watchdog attacking the root cause of the animal experimentation problem: wasteful government spending. Unlike animal experimenters, White Coat Waste is not funded by the government. Contributions are tax deductible.

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