Guns, Lions, Horses and Burros, oh my!
Of the political representatives in House and Senate there are few that have the common sense and patriotic vision like Congressman Paul Gosar of Arizona. Periodically a guest on the Shake, Rattle and Troll radio show with Host Don McDowell and Co-host John Koleszar, the show on March 4 was of particular interest for not just the staff of SRT, but for the American public as well.
Currently the chair for the Western Caucus, Rep. Paul Gosar is a representative for every American and not just those in District 8 of Arizona; he speaks for all who follow and uphold the constitution. With some reservation, he speaks his mind just as Don McDowell does, so we know what we hear is what he says to anyone who asks.
On the show of March 4, we heard Congressman Gosar’s response to several subjects that included Clean, Drain & Dry, the 2nd Amendment, Buffalo in the Grand Canyon, the quandary of Feral Burros and Horses, the destruction of the desert southwest because of illegal immigrants and much, much more.
Representative Gosar is a class act because he’s straight forward and treats you fair, will listen to both sides and back your position if he agrees. And, by the way, you couldn’t have a better friend representing you.
The Voice of the 2nd Amendment
In this segment, Gosar supports new technologies that stop the efforts of would-be killers; questions the arrogance of those who don’t know there facts and the effort to “hold those accountable”. Who will define who is or is not qualified to own a gun? The impact of social media and the fact there are no consequences for actions. (Facebook now deploying an app for 5-8 year olds) That once you get the facts, things dramatically change.
A Policy of Clean Drain and Dry That Makes Sense
The efforts to push a uniform Clean, Drain and Dry program across the United States is not working. Why? The reorganization of the DOI is the primary effort now that Zinke is in charge. Rep. Gosar believes this will take place. Gosar agrees on “one size fits all concept” but thinks there are exceptions on resources.
The Elimination of GC Buffalo and Burro and Horse Issues
Sharp shooters are not getting hired for Buffalo management. Allow the local hunters to perform this service as opposed to hiring experts by the National Park Service. The feral Burros and Horses in Arizona is not just a problem in Arizona. Now costing the taxpayers $80M a year. If there are animals that are not part of the natural wildlife, there is only one solution. Zoo’s continue to import wild animal meat to feed meat eaters within the Zoo. Promises to have this conversation.