Alan Van Zandt as published on StJoeChannel.com “They would kill horses and the smell was terrible.” (KAUFMAN, Tex.) Paula Bacon is a fifth generation Kaufman, Texas resident. There’s a street named after her family and a historical office just off of the city square that belonged to her […]
2013 American Equine Summit ~ Paula Bacon We will be featuring key presentations, everyday during this upcoming week. The information contained within each is invaluable in fighting the horse-eaters and their propaganda. Direct YouTube link for Paula’s presentation is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ROUB_3LV4c Related Articles Video: Understanding the Forces Behind Horse […]
Update from Equine Advocates April 27, 2013 Video #1: Opening remarks from Jeffrey Tucker, EA Board Member, followed by welcome remarks from Susan Wagner, and speeches from the Summit’s Keynote Speaker, NY Assemblyman Jim Tedisco (sponsor of legislation A.3905) and NYS Senator Kathy Marchione (sponsor of legislation S.4615). Video #2: Victoria […]
“Horse slaughter goes against our very culture…” CHATHAM, N.Y., March 27, 2013 –The 2013 Annual American Equine Summit will take place Saturday, April 27 – Sunday, April 28 at Equine Advocates Rescue & Sanctuary in Chatham, NY. This Summit will unite the equine community’s foremost experts to speak […]
“Pam McKissick Without Reserve: Horse Slaughter” Radio Show to Air Locally in OKC on KOKC 1520-AM and in Tulsa on KTSO 94.1-FM This Sunday, March 17 TULSA, OK–(Marketwire – Mar 14, 2013) – Oklahoma House Bill 1999 and Senate Bill 375 allow USDA inspection of horsemeat… which means […]
Source: Janet Pearson as published in Tulsa World.com For a lot of Oklahomans, the undeniable horribleness of horse slaughter is reason enough to maintain the state’s ban on the grisly business. But of course, meat production is an inherently unpleasant undertaking. Which raises the question: Are there other […]
There is no doubt that a certain breed of human enjoys making beer money from killing horses. Add that fact to the horse owners who have bought the pro-slaughter arguments hook, line and sinker. Between those two, and a few politicians, we have the perfect ingredients for an attempt to do away with the current Texas law forbidding the sale of horse meat and an attempt to open a horse slaughterhouse within the borders of the State.