The enterprise has outlived its usefulness. The west is settled.
Privately owned livestock, the objects of individual and corporate profits, belong on private land.
Public lands set aside for wild horses and burros are managed primarily for cattle and sheep, with few exceptions.
Proponents of contraception, sterilization, sanctuaries and preserves subscribe to that paradigm.
Signatories to the rancher-friendly ‘Path Forward’ are of no use to the effort.
Others, who want to see the horses wild and free, don’t understand the problem.
We have to retrace the steps that destroyed the WHB Act and reverse those changes.
That will happen when you, and millions of others, demand it—the same principle that put the Act on the books in the first place.