Patricia Randolph’s Madravenspeak: Wolf persecution is another tragedy of the commons

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“It is imperative that wolf delisting language, along with other harmful policy riders that weaken the Endangered Species Act, are kept out of upcoming government funding negotiations.” ~ Howling for Wolves alert.

Wolves are again the target of blood lust. This time riders are being attached to a must-pass federal budget deal. They throw Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Wyoming wolves off the Endangered Species List, permanently, and bar the courts from protecting them. The courts have been the only check and balance on good ol’ boy trophy-killing of wolves. The riders authored by Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., and Sen. John Barrasso, R-Wyo., endanger the authority of and scientific standards set by the Endangered Species Act as a safeguard for survival of species.

Please network the urgency of making calls to Johnson (202-224-5323 or via his website) and Tammy Baldwin (202-224-5653 or via her website

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3 thoughts on “Patricia Randolph’s Madravenspeak: Wolf persecution is another tragedy of the commons

    • How typical – when honest, above-board methods have been exhausted, resort to something illegal and immoral to get their way, and keep their pockets lined. It’s worked before, so let’s try it again. Hopefully, they’ve wised up, but somehow I doubt it. I’ll ask again, don’t these idiots have anything more important to concentrate on than the status of wolves? It is utterly ridiculous; the only thing more ridiculous is the public who keeps voting for them, so they must approve. Surely their terms must be ending in 2016? Good riddance to bad rubbish!

      http://www.opensecrets.org/politicians/summary.php?cid=N00006236

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