Month: April 2018

Exposed: Horse Hater “Dinky” Zinke’s shell game to undermine Interior career employees and civil servants

by Jayson O’Neill as published on Western Values Project Interior Inspector General’s report released on “Dinky’s” reassignments The Interior’s Inspector General released a report on Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke’s politically motivated efforts to reassign career civil servants at the department. The report found that there was […]

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Louisiana’s Wild and Free Roaming Horses

“The remarkable beauty of one of Louisiana’s best kept secrets is threatened” Local reporter, Rickie Smith, from The Leesville Leader, has published an article about the unique herds of wild horses seen on Peason Ridge. The article, Wild Horses Embedded in Peason History   highlights the uniqueness of the […]

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Brazil Debates Fate of Millions of Idled Donkeys

By Luciana Magalhaes as published on the WSJ.com “Plans to slaughter burros to capitalize on Chinese market for vivifying ‘ejiao’ upsets traditionalists” APODI, Brazil—The dependable donkey once did it all here in northeast Brazil, from hauling in the harvest to carrying children to remote schoolhouses. Now so many […]

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Feel Good Sunday: A Tale of Three Twinkies

by Women of Age Riding Horses.com April 6, 2018 was National Hostess Twinkies Day, a salute to the cream filled cake invented in Illinois in 1930. When we were young, Twinkies were standard store in our kitchen cupboard. When we did our homework, made our beds mom rewarded […]

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