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TS Radio: “Voices Carry for Animals #142” – HSUS: Leolin Bowen

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***Tune In Tuesday*** On June 20th, 2017 at 7:00 pm CST

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TS Radio: “Voices Carry for Animals #141” – Guest: Jane Velez-Mitchell

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***Tune In Tuesday*** On June 13th, 2017 at 7:00 pm CST

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Elaine Nash (Dir. of Fleet of Angels) and Palomino Armstrong (Chilly Pepper – Miracle Mustang) talk about rescue of over 500 ISPMB horses on Wild Horse & Burro Radio (Wed., 5/24/17)

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TS Radio: Voices Carry for Animals #138″ – How to push for “No Kill” Shelters

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***Tune In Tuesday*** On May 23rd, 2017 at 7:00 pm CST

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TS Radio: “Voices Carry for Animals #136” Save Nosey NOW! Barbara Lovett, Robin Vitulle, & Denise Gaug

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***Tune In Tuesday*** On May 9th, 2017 at 7:00 pm CST

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TS Radio: “Voices Carry for Animals #135” Guest- Senator Raymond J. Lesniak

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TS Radio: “Voices Carry for Animals #134” – STOPCRUSH.ORG- Founder & Co-Founder

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***TUNE IN TUESDAY*** On April 25th, 2017 at 7:00 pm CST

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TS Radio” “Voices Carry for Animals #133” – Ellen Jaffe Jones- Author & Speaker

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***TUNE IN TUESDAY*** On April 18th, 2017 at 7:00 pm CST

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Get real, John Ruhs

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  John Ruhs, BLM Nevada State Director

                   

    Yosemite Sam, Ruhs’ doppelganger

Dadgummit!  After John Ruhs, Nevada’s BLM State Director, said that he wanted to round up 4,000 wild horses in Elko County last summer (supposedly in response to the continued lies blaming wild horses and burros for the “deterioration of drought-stricken rangeland”), we’re noting that many mines that will use billions of gallons of water are now on the verge of expanding in Nevada.

Ruhs recently spoke at the Elko Convention Center, and stated that “We are pretty proud of the fact that this last year we have worked with the Nevada Cattlemen’s Association, the Nevada Department of Agriculture, the Forest Service, Fish and Wildlife Service and NDOW to provide some public opportunities to talk about sage grouse land use amendments and what they mean to the grazing program. A lot of work still needs to be done.”

The BLM ALWAYS works with the Nevada Cattlemen’s Association.  And the National Cattlemen’s Association.  Actually, the BLM works FOR them.  Notice that the focus of talking about sage grouse land use amendments is all about what they mean to the grazing program?

Ruhs also lamented that wild horse and burro issues dominate a large part of the Nevada BLM and Ruhs went on to talk about the difficulties in wild horse management.

Wild horse and burro issues dominate?  Like, bigger than all of the mines and outnumbering all of the livestock?

And talk about difficulties?  How about all those abandoned mines in Nevada, John?

And management?  There is only wild horse and burro “MISmanagement.”

Ruhs then said “We are somewhere in excess of 37,000 horses on the rangeland that is a big priority for us and it’s one of the things that I hope in the new administration that we will see some changes that will finally allow us to get some work done on the ground.”

We hope that the work that Ruhs is referring to getting done “on the ground” will include getting an accurate count of the wild horses and burros, rescinding some livestock overgrazing permits and making sure the extractive industries don’t use every last drop of water.

Why even bother to imply that the BLM “manages” anything, except impending environmental damage from the “multiple uses” that make a buck?  Don’t stash the truth, John.

TS Radio: “Voices Carry for Animals #132”- Jeremy Boss – The Dallas Animal Crusader

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***TUNE IN TUESDAY*** On April 11th, 2017 at 7:00 pm CST

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Federal Bill to Ban Lethal Wildlife Poisons Introduced after kids exposed & three dogs killed by M-44 “Cyanide Bombs”

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Source: Predatordefense.org

14-year-old Canyon from Idaho,
pictured with his best friend Kasey,
a 3-year-old lab. They are laying in
one of their favorite spots, behind
Canyon’s back yard, where he
accidentally triggered an M-44
“cyanide bomb” on March 16, 2017.
It killed his dog in front of him.

March 30, 2017 – This month three dogs were killed by M-44 “cyanide bombs” in Wyoming and Idaho. In both cases children were present and put at grave risk of poisoning. This is beyond unacceptable.

M-44s are indiscriminate sodium cyanide ejectors set by USDA Wildlife Services agents and local wildlife agencies for “predator control.” Details | Diagram There is no justifiable excuse for the use of M-44s. It is insane to set poison traps in the great outdoors.

We’ve been pressuring for an M-44 ban since 1990, collaborating with Rep. Peter DeFazio (D-Oreg.). We are thrilled to announce that on March 30 Rep. DeFazio introduced the legislation we’ve been working on in Congress. The bill is called H.R. 1817, “The Chemical Poisons Reduction Act of 2017.” It would ban both lethal M-44 sodium cyanide devices and Compound 1080, which are used unnecessarily by government wildlife agents for predator control.

What we need now is your help to get this legislation passed into law. This is a nonpartisan, public safety issue, and there honestly are no valid arguments against banning wildlife poisons. Learn how to help

Background on March M-44 events

Early in March 2017 we began working with a family in Wyoming who went out for a beautiful pre-spring walk on the prairie–one they’d taken many times before–and lost two dogs in horrifying circumstances. More

House leadership renews push to reinstate horse slaughter in the U.S.

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TS Radio: “Voices Carry for Animals #126”- Dogs of Dowdy Ferry Road-Guests: “WatchdogMary” & Jeremy Boss

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Marjorie Farabee and David Duncan on world’s donkeys being wiped out to make Chinese medicine, ejiao, on Wild Horse & Burro Radio (Wed., 2/15/17)

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Carol Walker on BLM’s dangerous radio collar study on Adobe Town wild horses, on Wild Horse & Burro Radio (Wed., 2/8/17)

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