Rachel Tilseth: Ron Johnson’s anti-wolf meeting was dirty politics

Capital Times Wednesday August 30, 2017 Dear Editor: Wisconsinites have been subjected to a great deal of political rhetoric regarding the wolf. All this rhetoric is about instilling hate and fear in order to gain support for delisting of the wolf as endangered. It's best to let scientific fact and public input be the guiding factors … Continue reading Rachel Tilseth: Ron Johnson’s anti-wolf meeting was dirty politics

Candidate for U.S. Senate, Russ Feingold respects the Endangered Species Act…

Feingold wants to respect the federal judge's ruling on wolves. "Species don't know about state lines," he said. "The idea that you would have an endangered species law state by state shows frankly no understanding of how species operate and how they live." Russ Feingold is running against Senator Ron Johnson this November.  Senator Johnson wants wolves delisted … Continue reading Candidate for U.S. Senate, Russ Feingold respects the Endangered Species Act…

Wolves, bats & dirty politics – the ESA was designed to protect species and the ecosystems on which they depend.

Just what does dirty politics have to do with Wisconsin's bats & wolves?  Ask Senator Ron Johnson (R) why he wants Wisconsin's Northern Long-eared Bat & the wolf kept off of the Endandaged Species Lists. You'll find the answer to that question buried deep within political agendas fueled by special interest's money. It's all tied to where the wolf … Continue reading Wolves, bats & dirty politics – the ESA was designed to protect species and the ecosystems on which they depend.