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Joel Kretz campaign loses in PDC case – The Independent

Give it Up Joel Kretz, Stop trying to appear the innocent individual when it appears you have been caught red-handed with your hand stealing from the cookie jar. Washington State needs to vote this greedy threatening individual out of office then file charges against him. People are so on to you and your shady actions that even include Indirect Death Threats against Dr Robert Wielgus... Over $11,000 in fines, fees assessed… A campaign finance lawsuit filed against the political committee that supported the election of Seventh District Legislator Joel Kretz was recently decided in court, with a judge fining the [...]

Stop senseless slaughter of Pennsylvania coyotes: Letters to the editor

Also one of our four-legged relatives... "Stop senseless slaughter of Pennsylvania coyotes" : Letters to the editor Coyotes, greatly revered by Navajo herders, who call them “God’s dog,” are tragically the most persecuted and demonized predator in Pennsylvania. Throughout Pennsylvania, coyotes are being brutally slaughtered in killing contests for money. They have the same DNA as our beloved dogs, and one would go to jail for killing a neighbor’s dog. It is bad enough they are tortured, but some cruel, bloodthirsty hunters use hound dogs. Typically hunters will wound coyotes in the leg areas, so the hounds can easily catch up [...]

By | 2018-02-11T04:34:39+00:00 February 11th, 2018|Protect The Wolves, Protect The Wolves|Comments Off on Stop senseless slaughter of Pennsylvania coyotes: Letters to the editor

Have a say on Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s Strategic Plan Public Input Forum.

Now is your chance to have a say if you think Wyoming should be killing our essential keystone predators. You do not have to be from Wyoming to comment. Please be respectful, but you can be firm on your stance. Some of the questions Wyoming Fish and Game are asking the public are: What do you see as the most important issues or concerns related specifically to large carnivore/predator management (large carnivores in Wyoming include wolves, grizzly and black bears, and mountain lions)? Why? What direction should the Wyoming Game and Fish Department be going in with regard to hunting? [...]