In my humble opinion: “If it is possible to be on the wrong side of any issue, self-proclaimed horse eater Dave “Doink” Duquette will be there. Welfare ranchers and Doink make a perfect mix for misinformation, lies and lets get something for nothing. Losers, each and every one. Doink is a reoccurring nightmare that just keeps slithering back into sane consciousness like some sort of malignant cancer. A cure for this parasitical ailment is long overdue. Oh Dave, parasitical means blood-sucking and ailment means sickness, knew you would have trouble figuring that out, I am to please.” ~ R.T.
by Chris Saeger of Western Values Project “Zinke’s time in office was marred by scandal and self interest” Ryan Zinke’s Interior Department felt a lot like a horror movie. And now? We might be getting a sequel. According to The Hill, “Former Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is not […]
by Kim Bojórquez as published on The Deseret News “There’s a war raging against our wild horses, burros and all wildlife…” SALT LAKE CITY — Wildlife advocates are taking a stance against Rep. Chris Stewart and the Bureau of Land Management on how to deal with the overpopulation […]
Source: The Dodo “Recharge your emotional and spiritual batteries with this ‘Feel Good Sunday’ dose of pure equine love. It’s all good!” ~ R.T.
By Andrew Perez as published on FastCompany.com David Bernhardt’s former firm and its employees donated more than $960,000 to current members of the Senate, who will cast the final vote on his confirmation to succeed Ryan Zinke. President Donald Trump’s selection for U.S. Interior Secretary and his former […]
Source: St. George News “The BLM does not use scientific methods to discern what damage on public lands is caused by livestock “ OPINION — As a Utah constituent located in Utah’s 2nd Congressional District, I will not – nor will I ever – consider Chris Stewart the […]
Source: eenews.net Scott Streater, E&E News reporter Interior Secretary David Bernhardt quietly signed an order placing a top Interior Department official in charge of the Bureau of Land Management through at least the end of July. Casey Hammond, Interior’s principal deputy assistant secretary for land and minerals management, […]