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February 26, 2014
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Why Would the FBI be Calling on Me to Ask if I Know Anyone Who is Organizing Independent Common Law Grand Juries?
February 19, 2014
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By David Schied, M.A., Education; co-founder, The (Roger) Sherman Institute
“ So what did FBI Agent John Brand want to talk with me about? I telephoned Agent Brand upon my return home from a very productive media planning meeting. In short time, he revealed his awareness of the suicide six months ago of my dear friend and one of Michigan’s most dedicated activists, Trish Kraus, who he claimed had networked connections to others that had caught the attention of the FBI that might be associated with the formation of grand juries that were “unauthorized by the courts.” More
February 19, 2014
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V.P. and Director of Wild Horse Affairs, Wild Horse Freedom Federation ___________________________________________________________________
As the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) facilitates unprecedented “uses” on public lands that use vast amounts of water from aquifers and drop the water table, Joan Guilfoyle, BLM’s Division Chief of the Wild Horse & Burro Program, issued an information memorandum that stated because of lack of water and forage (which are man-made drought conditions caused by BLM’s mismanagement of public lands), wild horses & burros could die, and recommended that the BLM euthanize wild horses on the range.
Photo of Joan Guilfoyle – NBC News
And, at the end of this memorandum (received in a Freedom of Information Act request), in case of large scale mortality of wild horses as a result of declining water (and thus, lack of forage) Guilfoyle wants to avoid “a public spectacle.” Once again, the BLM seems to worry more about their public image than their mandate to protect the wild horses & burros.
(Note to Joan: You may want to avoid a public spectacle, but this horse has already left the barn, as all aspects of the BLM and the Wild Horse & Burro Program are increasingly under public scrutiny.)
You can read this information memorandum by Joan Guilfoyle here.
- Joan Guilfoyle & Euthanising Wild Horses in the Field
- BLM’s trend: manipulation of public
- BLM Honcho: “It’s not MY job- but I can sure doubletalk”
And, at the end of this
February 13, 2014
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PPJG note: As many of you know, we have fought long and hard to save America’s wild horses and burros from the harvesting for slaughter machine that is the Bureau of Land Management’s mismanagement plan for the West. The federal government, in tandem with state agencies and agents, are decimating wildlife in the Western states. They started with the killing and slaughter of our wild horses and burros, now…….they come for the bison.
Defenders of Wildlife is a national, nonprofit membership organization dedicated to the protection of all native wild animals and plants in their natural communities.
Defenders of Wildlife can be contacted at:
1130 17th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036
Hundreds of wild Yellowstone bison face needless deaths if Yellowstone National Park goes forward with a planned slaughter.
The killing may begin any day, and it has the potential to be the worst slaughter of wild bison since 2008, when 1,600 bison were sent to their deaths simply for roaming outside Yellowstone’s boundaries.
Defenders is pulling out all the stops to prevent this tragedy.
Yellowstone National Park officials plan to follow a long-standing agreement with Montana and capture bison that leave the park for shipment to slaughter. Though Park employees are doing the work, make no mistake that the blame for this tragedy lies with the Montana Department of Livestock, who simply won’t tolerate wild bison outside the Park or allow bison numbers to grow beyond the arbitrary number of 3,000.
The Montana ranching industry claims that letting bison wander outside the park exposes cattle to a risk for a bacterial disease called brucellosis. But in reality, there has not been a single documented case of bison transmitting the disease to cattle in Montana.
The one person who can stop it is Governor Steve Bullock, who can prevent shipment of bison across Montana’s roads to slaughterhouses, and who has ultimate authority over the Department of Livestock.
The common-sense alternative is clear: An expanded “tolerance zone” around Yellowstone National Park where bison would be allowed to roam. Yellowstone National Park, the Intertribal Buffalo Council, individual Tribes, Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks, Defenders of Wildlife and many other conservation groups support this expansion. The only agency blocking this solution is – once again – the Montana Department of Livestock. Governor Bullock must urge this rogue agency to get on board with this common-sense solution. Otherwise, any bison wandering outside the invisible borders of Yellowstone could be shipped to slaughter.
Yellowstone is home to one of the last genetically pure herds of bison left in North America. Up to 1,600 of this 4,600-strong herd could be killed under this appalling scheme, once again preventing the herd’s expansion and setting back bison restoration.
Bison are icons of the American West. Slaughtered by the millions a century ago, bison were driven to the brink of extinction. Today we have an opportunity to reverse this national wildlife tragedy. We cannot let fear and ignorance rule the day.
February 5, 2014
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January 29, 2014
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January 15, 2014
Times for tonight’s show ONLY are changed to:
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Tonight’s guests include Victoria McCullough and John Holland, President of Equine Welfare Alliance, and possibly other guests. More
January 13, 2014
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“Many industriously concentrate on negatives: they stop people, impoverish people, tax people, poison people, imprison people, kill people, torture people, or bomb civilizations into rubble. Governments create little of a positive nature, least of all their expensive governmental programs, all reminiscent of Franklin Roosevelt’s make-work boondoggle, known as the Civilian Conservation Corps (1933-1942).”
Like swans of legend, American entrepreneurs sing their final, beautiful Swan Song before they just fade away.
Free enterprise benefits an entire society. That is not the case with government-supported and protected monopoly (predatory) capitalism, which penalizes everyone, except the monopolists and their amoral henchmen in government, corporations, education, science, and the mainstream media.
With monopoly capitalists in charge of our government and economy all roads lead to collapse; such is their psychotic lust for money, power, perversions, and the sufferings of their fellowmen.
The stifling directives of central planning has done away with corporate accountability and killed private, individual initiatives under the pretenses of consumer protection and national security, while enriching foreign bankers and the elected and appointed officials of our government.
When everyone who is employed works for the state or federal government, and all money is controlled by private, European bankers, we will all likely be as impoverished as the citizens of the old Soviet Union. Remember the Soviets standing in long lines, with falling snow, to buy what they could from a dwindling short supply of consumer goods, goods they could barely afford, like two left boots, both of the wrong sizes?
Having too many people working for the government is the antithesis of prosperity. And it’s estimated that for every “green” job the government creates, they’ll eliminate 2.2 jobs from the real world of private enterprise, at a cost of about $700,000 apiece.
Not all government employees, however, are lazy.
Many industriously concentrate on negatives: they stop people, impoverish people, tax people, poison people, imprison people, kill people, torture people, or bomb civilizations into rubble. Governments create little of a positive nature, least of all their expensive governmental programs, all reminiscent of Franklin Roosevelt’s make-work boondoggle, known as the Civilian Conservation Corps (1933-1942).
There are sophists-historians-academics who say, “without government programs there would never have been an American middle-class.” How wrong can people be? Well, these fellows push the limits when they repeat the doctrines so widely promulgated by America’s academic class. They are the living embodiments of how a people can be very insightful and yet so blind at the same time. More
December 21, 2013
I hope that everyone notes this same story is being played out all over the world. The petition to stop the culling of the less than 1,000 wild horses remaining in Alberta, Canada needs signatures. We’re asking our readers to help out and sign this:
It is believed that there are blood lines in the wild horses, dating back to the Spanish Barb, or even ancient blood lines. If those rare blood lines are removed indiscriminately in a cull, they will be lost forever. Canada and the world will lose a unique heritage animal. Biologists, photographers, tourists and future generations will lose the opportunity to study and experience these rare wild horses (often referred to as Wildies).
According to the Alberta government there’s less than 1000 horses remaining, in an area of 8500 sq km. Despite these low numbers, they claim there are too many horses competing with the much larger cattle and forestry industries on Crown land. The government manages them via an annual capture and cull process which separates family units, weakens the herds and further threatens their survival. Imagine the fear these wild horses experience during their capture, transport and slaughter.
An icon of the Canadian west, these beautiful horses played an important role in the settlement of this country. They helped the First Nations as well as the RCMP. During the great World War, many were rounded up to serve alongside our Military, and never returned home. Portrayed in numerous movies, books, songs, paintings, photography and TV, they are a beloved part of our history, past, present and future.
The text of the petition states:
To: Alberta Minister of Environment and Sustainable Resources Robin Campbell
and Alberta Minister of Tourism–Richard Starke
As a concerned citizen, I’m writing to urge you to support a moratorium on the cull of Alberta’s wild horses. Annually the ESRD (Environment & Sustainable Resource Department) has a capture program on Crown land under the Stray Act.
Please seriously consider the value these magnificent horses have as a tourist attraction. They’ve been here for centuries, it’s believed they have rare blood lines of the Spanish Barb, and they’re a unique Alberta icon. Like the wild horses of Sable Island and Namib, Alberta’s are gaining global interest and attention. Canada’s Sable Island wild horses generate economic income from the many conservationists, artists, biologists and general public who make the costly trip to see, study and photograph them. On the other hand, Alberta’s wild horses are captured and most are sent to slaughter, a decision heavily influenced by the cattle and forestry industry.
Will you support a moratorium on the annual capture and cull of Alberta’s wild horses? They’ve earned their right to live with their herds in their natural habitat and to be protected.
December 5, 2013
Wild Horse Freedom Federation has been following the horse cloning issue and this court case. Just a reminder, as “unwanted” horses are sent to an inhumane slaughter, the slaughtered mares’ ovaries and unfertilized eggs are used to create CLONED horses.
Rancher Jason Abraham of Canadian, Texas, and Amarillo veterinarian Gregg Veneklasen, who owns the Timber Creek Veterinary Hospital in Canyon, Texas, aren’t just a couple of cowboys, they’re both major partners with animal cloning company ViaGen.
“ViaGen Inc. has had a field office in Canada since 2007. When the United States closed the doors to their equine slaughterhouses, the company moved north to Canada, as the cloning process requires equine ovaries (a by-product of slaughter horses).
To take advantage of the Fort Macleod, Alberta horse processing plant, ViaGen Inc. created their cloning laboratory, in nearby Lethbridge. Mares sent to slaughter at this plant are used in the cloning process for their ovaries and oocytes (unfertilized eggs). Their cells are then used by the company’s lab to host the DNA from the animal intended to be cloned. The Canadian slaughter horse market provides a continual supply of eggs to be used for Viagen, Inc.” (Jan/Feb 2012 Western Horse Review.com)
Bouvry Exports in Fort MacLeod, Alberta is the largest horse slaughterhouse in North America. Be sure to read “The Push for Cloned Horses As Natural Horses Go to Slaughter.” - Debbie Coffey
Court Says AQHA can Delay Clone Registrations
by Pat Raia
A federal judge is allowing the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) to delay registering cloned horses until the association’s appeal of an earlier court ruling is decided.
Some owners have used the cloning process—first performed on horses in 2003—to preserve their animals’ bloodlines, particularly those of high-performance equines. In response to cloning as a way to preserve bloodlines, some breed associations ruled on whether or not cloned horses can be included in their breed registries. In 2004 the AQHA board of directors approved Rule 227(a), which prohibits cloned horses or their offspring from being included in the organization’s breed registry.
Last year Jason Abraham and two of his companies, Abraham & Veneklasen Joint Venture and Abraham Equine Inc., filed a complaint against the AQHA which asks the court to order the AQHA to remove Rule 227(a) on grounds that the ban on registering cloned horses and their offspring violates antitrust laws.
Earlier this year, a 10-person federal district court jury found that the rule preventing cloned Quarter Horses from being registered violated both state and federal antitrust rules. U.S. District Court Judge Mary Lou Robinson later signed an order requiring the AQHA to allow cloned animals in its registry.
In October, the AQHA filed a federal lawsuit asking that the court’s ruling be overturned.
AQHA Executive Director for Competition and Breed Integrity Tom Perechino said the AQHA’s complaint also asked the court to suspend clone registrations until a ruling in the association’s appeal has been made.
On Dec. 2, the U.S. District Court in Amarillo, Texas, allowed the AQHA to delay registering clones and their offspring until the breed association’s appeal is heard and decided. The court also ruled that the AQHA must immediately develop its own rules for the registration of clones and their offspring.
Atty. Nancy Stone, who represents Abraham & Veneklasen Joint Venture, was unavailable for comment on the decision.
In a Dec. 3 written statement, AQHA Executive Vice President Don Treadway, Jr. said the association’s executive committee would continue its fight against the cloning regulation.
“The AQHA executive committee, myself, and your AQHA employees are pleased with (the) order granting in part our motion for stay, and we will continue to fight for our membership’s right to determine the rules for its association,” he said.
Treadway said that the AQHA’s appeal case now moves on to the Fifth Circuit Court in New Orleans. The AQHA has until Dec. 24 to file its appellate brief in the case.