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1st Annual Holiday Show with Wild Horse Freedom Federation and special guests on Wild Horse & Burro Radio (Wed., Dec. 9th)

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Join us on Wild Horse Wednesdays® , Dec. 9, 2015

5:00 pm PST … 6:00 pm MST … 7:00 pm CST … 8:00 pm EST

Pele, Bart and Harley ~ photo by Terry Fitch

Pele, Bart and Harley ~ photo by Terry Fitch

Listen to the archived show (HERE!)

or listen to the show live on your phone by calling (917) 388-4520.

This is a one and a half hour show. It will be archived so you can listen to it anytime.

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Our guests Wednesday night are the Board of Directors of Wild Horse Freedom Federation (R.T. and Terry Fitch, Carol Walker, Marjorie Farabee, Dawn Reveley and Debbie Coffey), along with special guests John Holland, President of Equine Welfare Alliance, Ginger Kathrens,

photo by Terry Fitch of Wild Horse Freedom Federation

photo by Terry Fitch of Wild Horse Freedom Federation

Founder and Executive Director of The Cloud Foundation, Susan Wagner, Pres. & Founder of Equine Advocates, and Daryl Smoliak, Pres. of American Horse Rescue Network.

Tonight’s show is hosted by Debbie Coffey, V.P and Dir. of Wild Horse Affairs, Wild Horse Freedom Federation

To contact us:  tsrad1@outlook.com, or call 320-281-0585

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Victoria Racimo talks about film “One Day” on Wild Horse & Burro Radio, (Wed., 11/4/15)

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Animals’ Angels President to be a “Horse Defender” Panel Member at the Equus Film Festival

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c306dc3e28a5940f2e916cdf2cb168f4Animals’ Angels President and Lead Investigator, Sonja Meadows, will be a “Horse Defender” Panel Member at the Equus Film Festival in New York this November. The Horse Defender Panel will convene on Saturday, November 21st.  With her vast experience and expertise in the fight against horse slaughter, Sonja will be a perfect addition to this panel of speakers.  In addition to being a panel member, Animals’ Angels participated in or provided extensive footage for three fantastic films included at this year’s Equus Film Festival: Saving America’s Horses, Kill Pen, and Their Last Ride.  We wish Katia Louise, Sharon Boeckle, and Neta Rhyne nothing but the best of luck at the Festival!

http://www.equusfilmfestival.net/panels.html

Learn more about Animals Angels investigations HERE.

 

 

New Evidence Links BP to the Controversial Elimination of Protected Wild Horses From Federally Mandated Land by the BLM

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Live link:      RT Fitch:  Straight from the Horses’ Heart

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Newly discovered evidence in the form of the Ruby Pipeline project contract ties BP (formerly known as British Petroleum) to another environmental catastrophe under way in the western states of the US, the systematic removal and eventual destruction of federally protected wild mustang horses from public land, with the aid of the US Department of The Interior, in violation of federal Law.

ATS News, the investigative journalism arm of number-one “alternative topics” web site, AboveTopSecret.com, has discovered that BP Energy’s habitual destruction of vital habitats is not limited to the Gulf of Mexico, but extends to the desert and western states as well. In a hard hitting collaboration with 17 time Emmy Award Winner George Knapp, of KLAS TV in Las Vegas, ATS News’ Mark Allin presents the “smoking gun” contract that absolutely ties BP to the Ruby Pipeline (a natural gas pipeline) which will be built through federally protected lands. George Knapp, who has been covering and exposing the US Bureau of Land Management (BLM) for decades brings us up to date on the latest round ups of these magnificent animals, at the behest of major multinational corporations in a conspiracy of collusion with the US Department of Interior. http://www.abovetopsecret.com/mustangconspiracy/ More

Equine Welfare Alliance co-founder speaks out about Illinois Rep. Jim Sacia’s insatiable quest for Slaughtering Horses

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written by Vicki Tobin of  The Equine Welfare Alliance

I found this fascinating quote today:

We have seen one scandal after the next in Illinois over the past few years. Our governor was removed from office, we have the highest deficit and unemployment rate in Illinois history and an economy that has hit rock bottom. Budgets are exploding, threats of tax increases loom and all Jim Sacia can offer his constituents is a bill to slaughter horses.rtfitch.wordpress.com, Straight from the Horse’s Heart, Mar 2010

You should read the whole article.

NAIS has won the award for 2009’s most DASTARDLY USDA IDEA

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 NAIS has won the award for 2009’s most DASTARDLY USDA IDEA. In Ag Sec Vilsack’s listening sessions, designed to find some common ground of appreciation for the USDA brain child, the bribe-riddled NAIS found accumulations of increasing retch with each of 16 town hall style meetings. Livestock people increased dislike with each interpretive spin from USDA. Although the livestock press, USDA state veterinarians and USDA universities defend full-blown NAIS, livestock producers were not willing to relinquish their meager profits for the red tape of a new government enforcement program.
When NAIS was not palatable federally, the USDA split the troops and provided over $150,000,000 in incentives for each state to take NAIS as a state enforcement project. When that costly idea slammed head-on to more resistance, in court and otherwise, now the USDA troops are dividing more. NAIS surveillance is becoming mandatory for certain disease studies. To try and forget the flawed thought of NAIS, new names are now being invented like “animal ID”, “information systems”, “food safety”, “animal health emergency management”, “animal security” and a host of other invented terms, just to sell the same old NAIS enforcement.
Beyond the millions spent to swallow NAIS, now many more millions are being spent to huddle government employees around new brain schemes to sugar-coat livestock surveillance enforcements. The article below is filled with costly processes that will be paid for by livestock owners and create more government jobs.
At a unique time in the history of agriculture production, when cost of goods are increasing, profits are reducing, the USDA is working at mach-speed to increase red tape and cost of doing business. Now, here it comes again, “One Health.” More

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