One man can fight the federal bureaucracy!

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Editor’s note:  In a departure from normal bureaucratic mumbo-jumbo, a 200-page report released this week, titled ‘Red Wolf Recovery Team Recommendations,’ contains a fascinating section. Appendix G features candid, verbatim give-and-take among opponents of the Red Wolf Program – led by Jett Ferebee who owns a large tract in Northeastern North Carolina – and proponents of the program, which include federal officials, scientists, and academic-types.

Alert readers will encounter the acronym NENC NEP, which stands for: North East North Carolina Non-essential Experimental Population – government-speak for a genetically questionable species of Red Wolf, introduced during 1986 into five counties in the state’s northeast corner.<<<Read More>>>

WEI received the following email comment from Jett Ferebee regarding the information linked to in regards to the article above:

As you all know, this has been far from a one man fight.  In fact it has been quite a team effort.  What is important to make public are the true facts presented in this article.  There will be a Congressional Oversight and Investigations Committee Hearing on all wolf programs in DCon Wednesday.  National Fox News will be covering it.  They came to NC and did interviews with several of us.  Any help from you to pass along this fact filled article will be greatly appreciated.


The following are comments and links to information about the red wolf issues in North Carolina, provided by James Beers, member and contributor of WEI.

When a Few Good Men Stand Firm – Wolves, the Endangered Species Act, and Corrupt Bureaucracy

Please take a few moments to read the following article about what rural Americans can do to oppose the unjust imposition of wolves under an illegitimate federal law (the Endangered Species Act) by a corrupt federal agency (the US Fish & Wildlife Service).

North Carolina has been beset by the federal coyote/wolf/dog hybrid called the “endangered” “red” wolf for several decades.  Needless to say all rural Americans similarly beset with federally-imposed wildlife and all the harms (property-taking, destruction of local economies, loss of local government revenue and power, loss of livestock, loss of dogs, loss of hunting, loss of all manner of local culture and traditions, etc.)  associated with such federal power dictates disguised as “environmental” improvements should read  this carefully and then go to the following links and their website for more background about this fearless campaign by a few determined men:

Without taking you too far into the weeds here, let me just say that these North Carolina men have not only stopped federal bureaucrats by exposing their myriad lies and collusion with radical groups, they have set a precedent and model for similar GI wolf and grizzly bear impositions: they have given all of us a blueprint for future encounters with federal bureaucrats utilizing this “Prohibition-Like” Act to harm Americans by pretending to help everything from flies to darters.


Mark next Wednesday, 21 September 2016 on your calendar.

At 0900 and 1000 Eastern time, FOX NEWS out of New York will (if Hillary doesn’t swoon and Trump doesn’t retract his birther denunciation) run a short news report on what is taking place in North Carolina and its connection to the following Hearing before the US House of Representatives Committee on Natural Resources that afternoon at 1400 (2PM) Eastern Time on Wednesday 21 September 2016.

Hearing: Oversight Hearing on the Status of the Federal Government’s Management of Wolves

2:00 PM | 1334 Longworth House Office Building Washington, DC 20515
Host: Committee on Natural Resources |   I am unable to ascertain if C-Span will cover or record this at this time.

I know there is a lot here but I guarantee you will not be disappointed.  Please share this far and wide and try to catch the news and the Hearing this Wednesday.  We all owe these men and newspapers like The County Compass a great debt of gratitude.

Jim Beers

17 September 2016

Jim Beers is a retired US Fish & Wildlife Service Wildlife Biologist, Special Agent, Refuge Manager, Wetlands Biologist, and Congressional Fellow. He was stationed in North Dakota, Minnesota, Nebraska, New York City, and Washington DC.  He also served as a US Navy Line Officer in the western Pacific and on Adak, Alaska in the Aleutian Islands.  He has worked for the Utah Fish & Game, Minneapolis Police Department, and as a Security Supervisor in Washington, DC.  He testified three times before Congress; twice regarding the theft by the US Fish & Wildlife Service of $45 to 60 Million from State fish and wildlife funds and once in opposition to expanding Federal Invasive Species authority.  He resides in Eagan, Minnesota with his wife of many decades.

Jim Beers is available to speak or for consulting.

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