DESPITE TRUMP PROMISE – BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT BREAKS RULE OF LAW MAKING EXTINCTION ALL BUT INEVITABLE FOR WILD HORSES & BURROS

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Press Release from Wild Horse Freedom Federation

Wild Horse Freedom Federation’s White Paper exposes BLM: Never-seen evidence proves America’s wild horses and burros are disappearing without explanation

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

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Pinehurst, Texas—(PR NEWSWIRE)— Wild Horse Freedom Federation, Inc. (WHFF), today released its white paper, “Bureau of Land Management’s Wild Horse & Burro Program, with a Focus on Problems Related to Holding Facilities.” America’s wild horses and burros – long a national treasure and symbol of freedom – are endangered and being pushed towards extinction, despite the Trump administration’s promise to uphold the rule of law.

The comprehensive white paper cites taxpayer waste and multitudes of inconsistencies in documentation presented to both the American public and Congress.  These alleged offenses continue to occur under the direction of Trump-appointed Secretary of the Department of Interior (DOI), Ryan Zinke.

WHFF’s document notes current and historical violations that include…

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“Fake News” and Lies Fuel Debate to Violate Federal Law and Kill Wild Horses and Burros

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‘In my most Outraged Opinion!’ by R.T. Fitch

“Is it just me…?”

Secretary Zinke and BLM Plan for Wild Horses and Burros

For years we U.S. Taxpayers, who have decried the excessive removal of protected wild horses and burros from their rightful range, have been deluged with bogus numbers, bad science and just plain bull crap by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and their deep pocketed bed-fellows. Today, we are seeing it reach new heights and becoming even more toxic for the wild horses and burros; it has to stop

It’s bad enough that we have a long time horse slaughter advocate, Ryan Zinke, appointed as Secretary of the Department of Interior, (Remember back in 2009 when Montana Rep. Zinke promoted “Red” Ed Butcher’s bill to legalize horse slaughter plants in Montana? Now he has the reins of the DoI and already is attempting to send wild…

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Urge Century 21 to Drop Fur | PETA


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Tell UPS to Stop Shipping Hunting Trophies | PETA


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It’s a dog’s life! From pole dancing to pay off loans to despairing at traffic jams hilarious Snapchats document canines

THE JOLLY BUCCANEERS

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Our beloved pets seem to have it made, enjoying an easy life of being stroked, fed and going for walks.

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But it seems the more you pamper your pet, the more they start to take on some very human-like characteristics, as these hilarious Snapchats prove.  

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Proud pet owners have been documenting the ups and down of their pets’ lives, including that moment when you lay your head on the steering wheel in despair in a traffic jam, to having to grin and bear it when your mother dresses you up in an ‘adorable’ outfit. 

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From a candlelit dinner à deux, to a dog ploughing a potato field on the farm the owners of these fluffy friends shouldn’t be surprised when their dogs start driving their cars and taking over their lives.

dog_driving_restingMore photos on their website: Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-4724496/Hilarious-dog-Snapchats-canines-human-owners.html#ixzz4nmTYpHD4

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Photographer Was Taking Cute Photos Of Rats To Brake A Negative Image Of Them

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Photographer Was Taking Cute Photos Of Rats To Brake A Negative Image Of Them

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Diane Özdamar is a French illustrator, photographer and graphic designer, currently living in Montreal who has been taking pictures of pet rats for years hoping to break the negative image that is often associated with these lovely animals.
Diane Ozdamar: ‘As far as I can remember I have always loved rats and any rodent people would call ‘pest’. When I first got pet rats, I was thrilled to discover they were so clean, smart and affectionate, very far from the nasty dirty rat myth most people believe in.
Thus, I decided to rescue and foster abandoned and abused rats until I could find them a forever home. This led me to take pictures of them: finding a home to a rat is not an easy task since they suffer from a…

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Petition · Save our dog from euthanasia and let him come home · Change.org


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How do I save a Facebook post?

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Did you know that you can save a post on Facebook so that you could return to it afterwards without having to search for it? Here’s how to save a post in Facebook (with thanks to Greg Robson for pointing this out and Dave Johnson for a note on the mobile app).

Why would I want to save a post on Facebook?

A good example came up just the other day. Someone had asked for people’s experiences using fuelling when running marathons, and lots of people chimed in. If you were a new marathoner and hadn’t contributed, you wouldn’t get notifications of new posts. But by saving the post, you could return to it to see what information the experienced runners had shared.

I’m sure you can think of lots of reasons why you might want to save a post, from saving photos of someone’s wedding to a link to…

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