March 13, 2017
Animal Welfare, Debbie Dahmer, Marti Oakley, TS Radio, Voices Carry for Animals
elephants, Nosey's Law, Senator Lesniak for Governor, Senator Raymond J. Lesniak, Stop Puppy Mills
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March 7, 2017
Debbie Dahmer, Marti Oakley, TS Radio, Voices Carry for Animals
Cetacean scientist, Dr. Toni Frohoff, elephant scientist, elephants, In Defense of Animals, wildlife behavior
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December 4, 2010
BLM corruption, corruption, Wild horse slaughter
elephants, food safety laws, RT Fitch, slaughter plants, Slaughterhouse Sue, Wild horse slaughter
Live Link: Straight from the Horses Heart
Guest Op-Ed by Vicki Tobin ~ Vice President of the Equine Welfare Alliance
When obvious truth is being ignored, it is frequently referred to as the elephant in the room. As the slaughter issue reaches the boiling point, as expected, the elephants in the room are waiting to be recognized.
Wallis/Duquette have a very, very large guest at their “Slaughterfest”
The upcoming “Summit of the Horse” is an exemplary example of elephants in the room. A group of people are assembling to “take the reins back” and provide solutions. That is truly mission impossible because they would have to acknowledge that they are the cause.
They would have to acknowledge that to control the horse population, it must be done at the source; not on the back-end. If slaughter controlled the population, we wouldn’t still be discussing it after decades of slaughter.
The disinformation that will be rehashed at the “Summit” has been disproven tenfold but they charge forward repeating their mantra of illogical talking points. The most illogical claim is that the horse industry tanked because the US horse slaughter plants closed. It makes a good sound bite but there is the pesky little fact that slaughter never ended – a minor detail that is needed for the closures to have an impact.
They call the wild horses “feral” and the slaughter horses “unwanted” to denigrate them. They complain about the cost of wild horses in holding but completely ignore the hundreds of millions of dollars shelled out by taxpayers to subsidize privately owned livestock on public lands. More