“Today we put ‘Stupid’ and ‘Lunacy’ on the back burner while we celebrate the upcoming New Year. Our FGS installation is just such a celebration, a N.O. Police horse dancing in the street, loving life and enjoying the moment.
Dance with your ponies today, even if it is only a mental picture, dance with their spirit and set yours free.
With all of us working together, 2018 will be like no other. The horses and donkeys will finally catch their break.
Happy New Year my friends, and the very best of wishes to you and yours. Be safe.” ~ R.T.
“In my most humble opinion” by R.T. Fitch “Maybe Fox News Listened to the Voices of 80% of Americans“ Longtime proponent of murdering (processing) companion and wild equines (horses and burros) for perverse human consumption, Dave “Doink” Duquette was abruptly removed from the broadcast schedule of Fox News […]
A Scary News Alert: in the most indignant opinion of R.T. Fitch Update: POS was a no show but claims he was bumped until next week. Let’s hope the producers realized him to be as dumb as a box of rocks and nixed his misguided moment of infamy. […]
Wild Horse Freedom Federation issues THE TRUTH to share Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) documents and information with the public. Be sure to subscribe HERE to Wild Horse Freedom Federation, so that you can receive email alerts. THE TRUTH #12 – The BLM has opened Pandora’s Box to […]
Rep. Chris Stewart of Utah deceived Congress by implying there was a 41% increase in wild horse & burro population in only 5 months, and by showing a photo of one thin horse and claiming that a majority of the wild horse population on the range were starving […]
Researcher Marybeth Devlin has corrected the misinformation in an OpEd in the Daily Caller, found HERE. This inaccurate OpEd, titled “It’s Five Minutes To Midnight: The Wild Horse And Burro Tragedy,” more aptly should’ve been titled “It’s Five Minutes to Bullshit: Let’s Ignore The Livestock Grazing Tragedy on […]
“Over the years I have attempted not to broadcast when and where I was as a worked a career which centered on international travel. Our book was born while I worked in Cabinda, Angola and even the book contains a story, a true one, written while I was in Nigeria. Two years ago, this Christmas, I was in a rural mountain town in Sichuan Province, China called Nanba.
It is somewhat heart-tugging being away for the holidays but over the years I gradually learned to make the best of where I was. In 2015 my buddy, a few of my Chinese friends and a lone Phillappino with a saxophone launched a plan to mezmorize the children of the town. Santa (me) would walk among the streets of Nanba on Christmas and pass out reflective bracelets, for safety, and little hair do-dads to the town’s children. Most of the children had never seen a tall white haired and bearded westerner before let alone Santa Clause, so we set forth to walk among them as the slideshow documents.
Now before you say what does this have to do with equines I would like to point out the Terry and I have never had two legged children but have always had a house/ranch/farm full of the four legged type. So certain nuances and perks of having mini-duplicates of ourselves have escaped us but two years ago today, I had the eye opening experience of looking into the eyes of these beautiful children and seeing the same innocence and curiosity that I view mirrored back to me in the eyes of our equine charges. It has forever moved me and two years later still warms my soul and gives me hope that human, perhaps, are born with innocent dignity and a positive, loving spirit. Perhaps if we can learn how to prevent the world from strangling and corrupting all that is good in us, we may have a chance to survive and, likewise, our fellow passengers on this Space Ship Earth.
Capture the purity of this day and keep the faith, my friends, I believe that out there, somewhere, there is goodness…this video points to that very hope.
Merry Christmas.” ~ R.T.
An excerpt from R.T. Fitch‘s book ~ Straight from the Horse’s Heart: A Spiritual Ride through Love, Loss and Hope “Over the past, now almost 10, years we have dug into our bag of heartfelt stories and brought this particular tale out to share every Christmas. The feelings […]
“John Holland, president of the Equine Welfare Alliance and covert owner of Howling Ridge Film and Fertilizer Co., has been entertaining us with equine holiday videos over the years. But once again this year we are going to be forced to sit back and enjoy the works of […]
by Vicki Tobin and R.T. Fitch, Illustration by Kerry Kelly of the Houston Chronicle
“First published on Christmas Day in 2009; the evil characters may have changed but the message still rings true to this very day. The roundups must stop so that we can appropriately care for and manage, if needed, our national treasures on their rightful range. At Wild Horse Freedom Federation we offer the gift of our continued fight in support of the Wild Horses and Burros to live free with their families on their promised public land. Merry Christmas to all and to all a good fight!” ~ R.T.