Loos Trails & Tales
Lois Lerner has been exposed as a “active member” of the Humane Society of the United States and Frank Losey attorney is jumping up and down with excitement. So many in Rural America have been asking how HSUS maintains it’s non-profit 501C3 IRS status? Now we have pretty idea. More information at www.Franklosey.com.
Janet Thompson from Dalhart, TX joins Trent Loos in a two part series discussing the merits of investing in a vaccine that could further reduce the risk of food borne illness. Is it worth it or not or have we reached the best threshold for reducing human consumption risk? USDA has granted KSU and UNL $1 million dollars to develop a vaccine. I would love to hear from you on the topic at firstname.lastname@example.org
As Tennessee Governor Haslam considers whether to sign into law or not a bill that would give animals in the state greater protection Park Overall joins Trent Loos on Loos Trails and Tales to discuss its merits. The one thing that both Loos and Overall agree on is that 13 minutes is not enough time for us to flap our wings, expect more from the pair.
The Tennessee House and Senate and have passed the Animal Protection Bill that will bring swift justice to animal abusers yet the very so-called animal rights organizations oppose the measure. Why would Ellen and Carrie Underwood both interject their views into the situation in Tennessee? Rep. Andy Holt from Dresden, TN will explain.
So how is it that people who are so passionate about saving a horse will threaten the life of a mother and her kids? Yes OK State Representative Skye McNiel will share with you how insane the folks are again harvesting horse’s for human consumption and why I recognize her at the top of the list for Rural America Champion.
Carrie Underwood continues to become wealthy by calling herself a country singer yet works tirelessly to end animal agriculture. Malorie Bankhead lays the facts out to the public in her blog MalTheBeef and starts a dialogue like no other. Listen to Malorie explain why all of this came to be thanks to what they call “Ag Gag” laws.
Loma Linda University recently held the first World’s Vegetarian Conference on the campus. Some of the reasons they presented are absolutely lies about meat consumption so Megan McDowell organized a meeting with Dr. Gary Fraser and we had a great discussion. Today Megan joins me to discuss that and her own ranching operation in Southern California.
Norco Horseweek will be hosting a FFA / 4H Town Hall meeting and Trent Loos is the featured speaker!!! He will be staying to check out Horseweek- He has a hard time imagining a city just 50 miles from L.A. that host a cattle drive with 120 head of cattle and has no sidewalks!!! Saddle up darling we are burning daylight.
Piper Merritt the inspiration for the Loos Tales Merit award is back at it again today. Her Owosso, OK High School has just hosted the second annual “Everybody Shows” day and Nathan was showing a sheep and steer. Why did he not show her gifted pig from Loos Tales “Lucie?” Listen to Piper explain the tremendous event.