America’s War on Wolves Finally Gets A Little Mainstream Media Exposure

25 Jan
Photo via Wikimedia Commons

Photo via Wikimedia Commons


A little over a half an hour ago CNN’s Headline News Channel’s Jane Velez-MItchell finally gave some mainstream media attention, albeit very short, to America’s war on wolves. Here is the segment below where she interviews Brooks Fahy of Predator Defense:

Every bit of exposure helps. Mr. Fahy did an outstanding job explaining what is occurring to wolves in the very short amount of time he had in the segment. For more information please go to:

Reminder: If you haven’t already read Patricia’s outstanding column this week please do so here:

The war on wolves and other predators is escalating all over the country and now is not the time to be idle. Please continue to let your feelings know to those who represent you at all levels if government.


7 responses to “America’s War on Wolves Finally Gets A Little Mainstream Media Exposure

  1. William huard

    January 25, 2013 at 8:13 pm

    I hope people realize that the SLOB VEE family was shown poaching the wolf without the trapping tag. Go moron yellow tooth!!!! You make northern Wisconsin proud you douchebags

    • rali74

      January 26, 2013 at 3:42 pm

      There is more to come about this later. It is absolutely laughable how inept our DNR and “justice” system are. It has basically been written into law that wolf killers can do whatever they want even if they don’t have the “training.” In other words the trapper sadists need a trapping license to practice their sadistic acts on other “fur bearing” animals, but don’t for wolves. Suder apparently made sure that wolves are persecuted in a different manner than other animals. That is why that punk got off. So apparently they can trap multiple wolves and just have someone else with a wolf killing license do the killing. The system is all for the killers with rules that don’t apply to other species. The Feds better get off of their asses and take a closer look at this disgusting law.

  2. gannonned

    January 25, 2013 at 8:59 pm

    I guess I’m glad this is getting coverage. I wish the segment wasn’t so melodramatic, but we need to take what we can get.

  3. James Pink

    January 26, 2013 at 7:56 pm

    this is great, i put it on my face book you, you could as well. this wolf issue needs to make it in news sources all over the country. make these states pay by loosing tourist dollars witch they all live on.

    • Diane

      January 27, 2013 at 12:35 pm

      Really excellent CNN story. I hope alot of people saw it & are called to action. It seemed odd to me right from the beginning how American could love their dogs; then seem to disregard the peril of the wolf. HUS statistics say 39 % of US households own @ least 1 dog. One would think people would be unable to watch the CNN video & not see the wolf/dog connection.

  4. Bobette Traul

    January 28, 2013 at 7:17 pm

    hi, gannoned you have to be melodramatic now these days to get attention- good for you CNN

    • rali74

      January 28, 2013 at 8:54 pm

      It’s a start but we need far more. Unless stories like these are shown daily the apathy of the American public will just keep winning. Maybe they should interrupt Honey Doo Doo or whatever it is called and show this. What will it take to get people to wake up in this country?


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