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Kinky Friedman..........Anti Hunter!! Anti Hunting!!

Reprinted from Texas Monthly

"Unfair Game Whether they're bagging Bambies or killing quail, hunters have always been a mystery to me. Now it's time to put them in my sights."

by Kinky Friedman

SINCE I'VE FORGOTTEN THE FIRST half of my life, it's rather difficult for me to remember my childhood, but I do recall going hunting at the wise old age of seven for the first and last time. One night my four-year-old brother, Roger, and I went coon hunting near Medina with our neighbor Cabbie. Cabbie had an old coon dog named Rip, and Roger suggested that I kiss the dog on the nose. It was the last time in my life I ever took advice from anyone who is younger than I am. Rip bit me ferociously on my nose, causing excessive bleeding and even more excessive tears.

Eventually the hunt proceeded with Cabbie navigating his Jeep down by a stream under a canopy of beautiful cypress trees. It was a dark, moonless night, and Cabbie told us to look up at the tops of the trees and squeeze the trigger when we saw a pair of eyes. This seemingly simple suggestion was complicated somewhat by the fact that God had chosen that night to envelop the Hill Country in a majestic cathedral sky from which stars peripatetically peeped out through the branches at little children, making it impossible to determine whether you were shooting a raccoon or a star. In the end my brother and I each killed a young ringtail, an animal officially recognized as a varmint by the county. We collected a bounty of $1.50 apiece. We did not inquire back then, nor did the county ever tell us, what bounty they might have offered for killing a star.

Now, you might be asking yourself, "Why is this man sifting through the ashes of his childhood for a poignant hunting story now that hunting season is over?" The answer is that hunting season is never really over, nor, apparently, is this column. Deer season may have ended, but that does not mean any of us are safe from an errant bullet fired by an errant bullethead. It only means that hunters have turned their cold sights from harmless Bambies and creatures that fly higher than their dreams to other prey. There is never a moment when a Texan cannot legally curl his finger 'round a happy trigger. Seasons have been decreed for white-tailed deer, mule deer, pronghorn antelope, alligator, dove, turkey, rabbit, javelina, quail, pheasant, squirrel, and yes, Virginia, that most fearsome of all predators in the wild, the lesser prairie chicken.

Today, however, I do not suffer hunters gladly. I realize, of course, that in a deeper sense all of us are hunting for something, and few of us ever find it. If we do, we often find ourselves killing the thing we love. As Oscar Wilde once so aptly described fox hunting: "The unspeakable in full pursuit of the uneatable." And yet it goes on and on. Dressed in camouflage, the great white hunters sit in family restaurants, shiver in deer blinds, and swap stories sometimes proud, sometimes wistful for the one that got away. As blameless as bullfighters and butterfly collectors, these men for all seasons continue to wage a one-sided war against creation. They hunt only, they say, to cull the vast deer population. They hunt only to teach kids how to hunt. These are the good reasons they give, but they are not necessarily the real reasons. The truth is a much more difficult animal to track. As an honest old redneck once told me about deer: "I just like to put the brakes on 'em."

Yet ours is not the only culture lacking enough culture not to practice such practices. In my own Peace Corps experience in Borneo, I lived for a time among a nomadic tribe of pygmies known as the Punan. One of the delicacies of the Punan is monkey brains, which I ate on a number of occasions. Monkey brains, perhaps not surprisingly, taste quite similar to lesser prairie chicken. The Punan use blowpipes to kill their game, but these seemingly primitive little people are not without their own values of sportsmanship. They do not shoot an animal until it has seen them coming, which gives their prey a fighting chance to flee. This is a foreign concept to those more-civilized Texans who hunt elk from a helicopter.

Fortunately only about 4 percent of all Texans are licensed hunters. This means that 96 percent of us are relegated to the unhappy status of moving targets. Once the hunters shoot the donkey in the farmer's field, they'll shoot our asses next. A great writer named Anonymous once wrote: "The larger the prey, the more corrupt is the soul of the hunter." This may help explain why so many big-game hunters suffer from erectile dysfunction and run the risk of ending up like Ernest Hemingway, who eventually bagged the biggest game of all, himself. If you live in the Hill Country, however, you're probably just proud to have survived another hunting season without getting your head blown off. This does not necessarily guarantee, of course, that you won't be shot in the buttocks by some bow-hunting nerd like Ted Nugent.

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Texas Groups Join Teaming With Wildlife Coalition...........

Texas Parks and Wildlife Press Release!! ...........

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — Texas groups recently met with congressional and conservation leaders here as part of a coalition of 3,000 organizations that make up Teaming with Wildlife, an effort to boost state and federal funding for wildlife conservation, outdoor recreation and conservation education and prevent wildlife from becoming endangered.

Teaming with Wildlife is a national grass roots organization that includes wildlife managers, conservationists, hunters and anglers, and businesses.

The national steering committee includes the American Fisheries Society, American Zoo and Aquarium Association, Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation, International Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, Izaak Walton League of America, National Audubon Society, National Wild Turkey Federation, National Wildlife Federation, Nature Conservancy, Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership, Wildlife Society, Wildlife Conservation Society, and Wildlife Management Institute.

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The group is calling for new and greater funding to support full implementation of recently completed State Wildlife Action Plans, which lay out clear needs and actions for wildlife conservation in every state. To help launch the campaign, more than 150 people from 43 states flew to D.C. to speak with their elected representatives.

Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Biologist Steve Bender was also there to provide information and answer questions about how TPWD has spent State Wildlife Grants funds. Bender recently led development of the Texas Wildlife Action Plan. Such plans are required of all states to continue to receive SWG federal funding.

“In the same way that treating a cold before it becomes pneumonia prevents a costly trip to the emergency room, taking proactive measures to conserve wildlife before they become endangered is cost-effective and smart,” said John Cooper, president of the International Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. “The states need money to implement their new wildlife action plans, which will help avoid costly future problems and conserve wildlife and natural areas for our children and grandchildren.”

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TWRC Takes Final Action on Proposed Changes to the 2006/07 Hunting Seasons ...........

Tennessee eliminates hog hunting with dogs in Greene, Unicoi, and Washington counties!! ...........

The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Commission took final action on the hunting season proposals from the TWRA today in Nashville during their regularly scheduled monthly meeting. The proposals, along with supporting justifications, were presented to the Commission and public last month. These changes will take effect in August and will be in the new 2006/07 Hunting and Trapping Guide.

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There were other changes of interest: Big Game Hunting Seasons Move Franklin and Smith counties to Unit L. Increase or adjust quota and /or non-quota hunts in Anderson, Blount, Cumberland, DeKalb, Fentress, Hawkins, Houston, Knox, McMinn, Meigs, Overton, Rhea, Roane, Stewart, and Sullivan counties. Redefine antlerless hunting boundaries in Anderson county. Eliminate hog hunting with dogs in Greene, Unicoi, and Washington counties

Add early season weekend bear hunts to Carter, Johnson, Polk, and Sullivan counties. Adjust the bear and boar seasons in Blount, Cocke (South of I-40), and Sevier counties. Added two hunts, Gun-Muzzleloader-Archery (Dogs permitted): Nov. 13-16 and Nov. 30 - Dec. 8. Add a bear dog training season on private lands in Blount, Carter, Johnson, Sullivan, Unicoi, and Washington counties. Add or increase fall turkey seasons in Decatur, Lawrence, Lewis, Marshall, Maury, Moore, Putnam, White, and Williamson counties.

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Southern legislatures banning ‘hog-dog rodeos' ...........

Hog-dog rodeos being banned in South !! ...........

WASHINGTON - Georgia may soon be the only state in the Deep South that has not banned ‘‘hog-dog rodeos'' pitting attack dogs against wild pigs in a pen.

This week, South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford signed a bill into law that includes hog-dog rodeos in a broader action against animal blood sports like cockfighting and raises penalties against such activities. The North Carolina House passed a hog-dog ban 114-0 on Thursday and it is expected to sail through the Senate.

A bill banning dog fighting - in which a provision outlawing hog-dog rodeos was eventually eliminated - failed to get through the Georgia General Assembly in April.

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Hog-dog rodeos are mainly held in the rural South. State governments in Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama have all enacted laws banning the fights and the attorney generals of Texas and Florida have issued legal opinions stating that the activity is prohibited under their state laws. In the border state of Tennessee, the legislature failed to act on a ban in its 2006 session.

‘‘Most Southern legislatures have spoken clearly to this issue - setting pit bulls upon wild hogs confined to a pen will not be tolerated,'' said John Goodwin, deputy manager for animal fighting issues for the Humane Society of the United States.

‘‘In the Deep South, Georgia has been the lone hold-out in taking a clear stance against these brutal spectacles,'' he said.

Defenders of hog-dog rodeos say their sport has been wrongly characterized. ‘‘What I do is by no means cruel to either animal,'' said Mary Luther, president of the International Catchdog Association, based in Fort Lawn, S.C. ‘‘I have never seen a dog kill a hog. That's ridiculous.''

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AARP Offers Help for Retired Persons...........

Labor Shortage Predicted!! ...........

As the baby boom generation nears retirement age, and the generations coming after are considerably smaller, analysts are predicting labor shortages in many industries. Healthcare and government are among those that will be hit the hardest.

The director of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management sees what she calls “a retirement tsunami” coming in the next ten years, when 60 percent of our government’s 1.6 million white-collar employees and 90 percent of nearly 6,000 federal executives will be eligible for retirement.

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The nursing shortage is already acute. Right now, there are nearly 200,000 vacancies. Given that the average age for nurses in the US is 45, that shortage is expected to grow to 800,000 by the year 2050.

And according to the OECD, if there is no change in retirement practices and policies in OECD countries, the retiree per worker ratio will shift from 38% in 2000 to around 70% in 2050.

Allowing people to continue to work longer is good for employers, individuals, government and society as a whole. Especially if the decision to keep working remains a matter of individual choice.

But employment policies, mandatory retirement ages, negative stereotypes, pension policies – both private and public – often provide disincentives and barriers. And age discrimination is hard to eliminate. We must legislate against it, as we have in the US since 1976, and as the European Commission Employment Directive has mandated for all EU countries by the end of 2006. But even with protections, prejudices persist.

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Greece Board Approves Discrimination Settlements...........

$125,000 for age discrimination lawsuits!! ...........

(Greece, N.Y.) – At its meeting Tuesday night, the Greece School Board approved settlements totaling $125,000 for three teachers who brought age discrimination lawsuits against the district.

The three women, all over the age of 50, claimed they were harassed and forced to retire because of their ages. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission determined the claims of the three teachers and two others were valid. The group became known as the “EEOC 5.”

The board also dropped charges lodged against teacher Mary Donlon, one of the “EEOC 5” whose age discrimination lawsuit is still pending. Donlon was removed from her classroom and required to substitute teach.

A consultant hired by the school board to investigate the disciplinary charges found they were unfounded.

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School board racks up $730,000 in bills from resignation, lawsuits !!...........

Legal fees soar !!...........

(June 25, 2006) — GREECE, NY— Two age discrimination lawsuits and one superintendent's resignation helped make 2005-06 a very expensive year for the Greece Central School District in New York.

According to documents obtained through the Freedom of Information Law, the school board's legal bills will exceed $730,000. That doesn't include salaries, benefits and other money paid out to three employees — including the district's former superintendent — who spent months on paid leave following allegations that the administration had engaged in age discrimination.

About $300,000 in legal fees stemmed exclusively from the aftermath of determinations by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission that the district may have discriminated against five older educators.

The determinations, which covered district actions prior to 2004, were made in August. In September, the board spent more than $90,000 through its law firm to hire an independent consultant to investigate if the teacher performance review system was misused in the administration of former Superintendent Steven L. Walts.

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DHS Announces comprehensive multi-year plan to secure America’s borders!!

DHS (Department of Homeland Security) announces Long-Term Border and Immigration Strategy !!......

Department of Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff announced today a comprehensive multi-year plan to secure America’s borders and reduce illegal migration, entitled the Secure Border Initiative (SBI).

“We will address all aspects of the border security problem across the board – deterrence, detection, response, apprehension, detention, and removal,” said Secretary Chertoff. “The goal of SBI is to transform the way immigration issues have been viewed. We will address the challenges in each of these areas with an integrated mix of increased staffing, new technology, and enhanced infrastructure investment, as well as a new regime of regulations and legislative proposals.”

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DHS Announces Federal Regulations to Improve Worksite Enforcement

DHS Announces Federal Regulations to Improve Worksite Enforcement and Asks Congress to Approve Social Security “No Match” Data Sharing !!......

President Bush recently announced that the Federal government would make it easier for employers to verify employment eligibility and continue to hold them to account for the workers they hire. To that end, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced today the release of two Federal regulations to help businesses comply with current legal hiring requirements intended to reduce the employment of unauthorized aliens.

The first proposal would permit U.S. businesses to digitize their I-9 employment forms, which are used to verify eligibility to work in the United States. The other proposed regulation would set forth guidance for U.S. businesses when handling no-match letters from the Social Security Administration (SSA) concerning submitted employee Social Security numbers or from DHS concerning documents submitted by employees during the I-9 process.

The “no match” regulation reviews the legal obligations of an employer, under current immigration law, when the employer receives a no-match letter from the SSA or DHS. It also describes “safe-harbor” procedures for employers to use in dealing with such a letter. If followed in good faith, these procedures would provide certainty that DHS will not find, based on a receipt of a “no-match” letter, the employer in violation of their legal obligations.

“Identifying businesses that are habitually flagged for submitting mismatched Social Security numbers would bolster our worksite enforcement efforts,” added Secretary Chertoff. “Congressional approval of this legislation is critical to ensuring that U.S. businesses hire legal workers.”

Chertoff also noted that fixing the problem of illegal immigration requires a comprehensive solution that must include a temporary worker program. A temporary worker program would replace illegal workers with lawful taxpayers, help us hold employers accountable, and let us know who is in our country and why they are here.

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ICE Apprehends More Than 2,100 Criminal Aliens, Gang Members, Fugitives and Other Immigration Violators,

ICE agents and officers have apprehended approximately 2,179 criminal aliens, others!!......

Houston, Texas – Julie L. Myers, Assistant Secretary for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), today announced that ICE agents and officers have apprehended approximately 2,179 criminal aliens, illegal alien gang members, fugitive aliens, and other immigration status violators as part of a nationwide interior immigration enforcement operation that began last month.

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Among the roughly 2,179 individuals arrested in the operation, roughly half had criminal records for crimes that ranged from sexual assault of a minor to assault with a deadly weapon, to abduction. For example, approximately 146 of those arrested had convictions for sexual offenses involving minors. In addition, roughly 367 of the arrested aliens were members or associates of violent street gangs, including Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13). Finally, roughly 640 of those arrested were fugitive aliens who had been issued final orders of removal by an Immigration judge but failed to comply.

ICE officers arrested the majority of these individuals on administrative immigration violations and have placed them into deportation proceedings. Roughly 829 of those apprehended on administrative violations have already been repatriated to their home countries. ICE agents also apprehended 121 individuals on criminal charges that range from felony re-entry after deportation, to illegal alien in possession of a firearm. The latter individuals are being processed in federal criminal courts.

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EEOC SUIT AGAINST COCA-COLA BOTTLING TO MOVE TOWARD TRIAL

Case Centers on Racist Supervisor Involved in Firing Black Employee, Agency Says !!......

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – In a significant legal victory for the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the Denver-based U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit has reversed a New Mexico lower court’s dismissal of a race discrimination lawsuit brought by the EEOC against BCI Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Los Angeles (BCI) – which owns Phoenix Coca-Cola Bottling Company and Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Albuquerque.

In its litigation, the EEOC charges BCI with committing race discrimination against Stephen Peters, an African American employee of the Albuquerque facility, when it fired him for not working his scheduled day off, even though he had called in sick and provided medical documentation. The federal district court in Albuquerque had previously dismissed the case on a summary judgment ruling.

In its decision, the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that EEOC may proceed to trial on the race discrimination claim, filed under Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. The court found that a jury might reasonably conclude that Peters’ termination was based on his race because there was evidence that one of his supervisors, Cesar Grado, treated African Americans more harshly than other employees. EEOC asserts that Grado made such racial remarks as: “Black guys don’t look good in trucks, they should drive Cadillacs” and “Brothers don’t like the cold.”

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$580,000 IN CLASS ACTION LITIGATION SETTLEMENT WITH EEOC

Employers Charged with Bias Based on Race, Sex, Age, Disability and National Origin!!......

BUFFALO, N.Y. - SPS Temporaries, Inc. and two of its clients Jamestown Container and Whiting Door Manufacturing Corporation will pay up to $580,000 and take substantial steps to prevent future workplace discrimination as part of a class action litigation settlement announced today by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). The lawsuit charged that a large group of temporary workers potentially hundreds or thousands was denied work assignments based on race, sex, national origin, disability and/or age in violation of various federal laws.

Individuals who believe they may have been subject to discrimination by SPS during the relevant time period should call (866) 464-4691 or go online to www.eeocspssettlement.com. The consent decrees also require the companies to take numerous steps to prevent further discrimination, including the adoption of new policies and procedures prohibiting discrimination, training for their employees, and periodic reporting to the EEOC regarding their hiring practices.

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AUSTRIAN AIRLINES TO PAY $500,000 FOR AGE BIAS

EEOC Says General Manager Referred to Older Employees as 'Worthless and Ineffective'!!......

NEW YORK – The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) today submitted a consent decree for court approval to settle an age discrimination lawsuit against Austrian Airlines (Austrian) for a half million dollars and other relief on behalf of William Thoman, former director of sales for the Americas, because of his age (then 51) and in retaliation for opposing discriminatory practices in violation of the Age Discrimination in Employment Act.

EEOC charged in the litigation that on December 16, 2002, without any prior warning, the general manager of Austrian Airlines North America terminated Thoman and replaced him with a 32-year-old employee. Prior to the termination, Thoman had objected to the general manager’s characterization of older workers as “worthless and ineffective” and told him that under U.S. law, he could not simply “get rid of” older workers.

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It is illegal to discriminate in any aspect of employment, including: hiring and firing; (demotion); compensation, assignment, or classification of employees; transfer, promotion, layoff, or recall; job advertisements; recruitment; testing; use of company facilities; training and apprenticeship programs; fringe benefits; pay, retirement plans, and disability leave; or other terms and conditions of employment.

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What is Ready.gov all about? Terrorists are working to obtain biological, chemical, nuclear and radiological weapons, and the threat of an attack is very real. Here at the Department of Homeland Security, throughout the federal government, and at organizations across America we are working hard to strengthen our Nation's security. Whenever possible, we want to stop terrorist attacks before they happen.

All Americans should begin a process of learning about potential threats so we are better prepared to react during an attack. While there is no way to predict what will happen, or what your personal circumstances will be, there are simple things you can do now to prepare yourself and your loved ones.

Some of the things you can do to prepare for the unexpected, such as assembling a supply kit and developing a family communications plan, are the same for both a natural or man-made emergency. However, as you will see throughout the pages of Ready.gov, there are important differences among potential terrorist threats that will impact the decisions you make and the actions you take. With a little planning and common sense, you can be better prepared for the unexpected.

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Marshall, Tx Standing Room Only Crowd blasts Marshall Independent School District shakeup!!

Board members have no comment!!......

Marshall, Tx. Marshall ISD personnel tried to provide seating for a standing-room only crowd at Monday's Marshall Independent School District's board meeting who came to question the superintendent's leadership and oppose the decision to reorganize administration.

Most of those in attendance were district personnel and 12 individuals spoke during the open forum that lasted about 40 minutes. Eleven of those spoke out about keeping assistant superintendents Shirley Jones, Jimmy Wall, and Steve Zurline as well as Marshall Junior High School principal Tony Thomas, whose position is currently posted as vacant. During an open forum, the board does not respond to questions.

There were plenty of questions, but few answers.

Rochelle Robinson wanted to know why the administrators were being replaced with less-experienced people. "I always have been told if something isn't broke why fix it?" she said.

Charles James, father of an incoming freshman, said the reassignment of Thomas especially concerns him considering there aren't many black principals in the district.

"Why are you trying to remove Marshall's only black (male) principal," he asked. "This was done without regard to our minority population, especially to our black males."

James also expressed concerns about Franklin's alleged excessive spending. "I understand you spent $1,000 for two black leather chairs for your office. You decided you didn't like that," James said, as Franklin listened, shaking his head. James also accused Franklin of spending $7,000 for travel.

"Is this what we do with new superintendents? Is this a norm?" he asked the board.

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Marshall, Tx Marshall Independent School District shakeup draws fire!!

Board members split on decision !!......

Marhall, Tx. Marshall ISD Superintendent Kenn Franklin announced a proposed staff reorganization at a specially called Tuesday board meeting. Absent from the reorganization list were associate superintendents Shirley Jones, Steve Zurline and James Wall.

Jones said earlier this month she was being removed from her position, as were Zurline and Wall. She was told she could accept another position in the school system, but would be paid less.

Board members approved the plan, although not unanimously. Board members Lenora Reed and Mrs. Charles Wilson voted against it.

In a later interview, Mrs. Wilson said Franklin told the board when he began his job in January, he would observe before acting and did not intend to "tear things up. "It is not a reassignment, it's a demotion" for the three assistant superintendents, she said. "It's disrespectful, not allowing people to be respected in their own community.

"Six months as superintendent," she said, "has not given him enough time to evaluate and make these drastic changes. These are talented people and should not be moved. A lot of experience and training goes into these jobs."

In a sense, she said, Franklin is just "pushing people out" of their jobs.



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