In the midst of national indecision which can lead to the deaths of thousands more of Women and children by this Syrian barbarian, here comes "Back To The Wild" showing their compassion and action for this eagle.
Now we have this dictator who is hellbent on murdering thousands of his own people??? And for those of you who have even a fragment of journalistic knowledge, this morning's CNN and Fox News have again giantly provided our nation with "their" loud misguided "opinions" of news. [NO! Not "news" it's called creating the news].
When these alleged professionals began referring to their network report to the world, they call it "Our Show" for today includes.....And that is correct, it's a show, with a script.
As a true journalist with the responsibility of "news conten,", for newspapers across from the West Coast to Ohio, I sometimes become ill watching and listening to these people who, when feeling compromised, ask in an overly dramatic way, a question which most always include the words But, "What if....." At that exact point in time, that question is creating another opinion.
And for those of you who despise your local newspaper, you fall into a giant club of small-to-medium size newspaper readers who also hate their own local newspaper. For what it's worth (maybe three percent), your local newspaper does a great job of reporting and protecting their readership.
Protecting? Includes anyone whose income includes even one cent of our tax dollars.
Those wonderful people who created "Back To The Wild" at their own expense and compassion, are now supported by public donations. They deserve a medal, a very large medal!
"Those wonderful people who created "Back To The Wild" at their own expense and compassion, are now supported by public donations. They deserve a medal, a very large medal!"
I agree. Excellent comment!
"Back to the Wild shows where your donation goes"
"Rutger’s rescue operation runs on donations alone. When the economy nosedived a few years ago, so too did the donations. Back to the Wild hasn’t recovered since.
It takes $350,000 a year to run the rescue and education center. Rutger and her husband, Bill, and their small staff take in 2,500 wild animals each year. They also educate 70,000 children throughout the state."