Skip to comments.Even More Howling Madness ( Wolves , ESA, and )
Posted on 06/26/2011 8:04:10 AM PDT by george76
Well, sporties, are you ready for 4,200 to 7,300 wolves in the Northern Rockies?
Back in April, youll remember that Congress stuffed a bipartisan rider (Section 1713) into the 2011 Appropriations omnibus (Public Law 112-10). This rider supposedly de-listed Rocky Mountain gray wolves outside Wyoming, by reinstating the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services (FWS) so called 2009 Rule, shot down by federal judge Donald W. Molloy last August.
Section 1713 went into effect May 5. The same day, two lawsuits were filed before Molloy by Alliance for the Wild Rockies (AWR)/Wild Earth Guardians (WIGs) and Center for Biological Diversity (CBD). In their complaint, CBD declares a minimum viable population level of, yep, up to 7,300 wolves in the Rockies.
Besides that hint of where Greens hope to move the goalposts next, more important is CBDs central allegation: Congress impermissibly direct[ed] certain findings in pending litigation without changing the underlying law, and therefore is in violation of the separation of powers doctrine in Article III of the U.S. Constitution.
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Love that Moose Drool Beer...great state
Remeber to use Sabot rounds so that they cant trace the bullets.
“Howlin’ mad, fer sure.
Remember to tell YOUR Congress Critter to vote to repeal the ESA, Wilderness Act, and the rest of the “Great UnNatural Acts”.
For those at risk of a pack attack, A Saiga 12 with two or three stick mags, or a 20 round drum and one stick mag may provide a better answer.
Smaller predators tend to not function well with 00 or OOO buckshot in them. Wolves are hardly the lead sumps the large bears can sometimes be.
In their rush to create new wilderness areas...
The lazy left does not get that fire fighters need historical dirt roads for access to fire lines...or that massive fires cause air and water pollution .
However, the hard core Communists do enjoy setting fires