A horse person for most of his life, Jerry Reynoldson was first exposed to the wild horse and burro issues when he was employed by US Senator Harry Reid in Washington, DC, where he organized a Senate hearing in 1990 to examine the various aspects of the wild horse issue. Recently, he formed two corporations to address this issue: Wild Horses 4Ever and the Wild Horse Adoption Association of America, whose goals include improving the overall management of wild horses, allowing horses to remain on their natural range so they can roam free, and revamping the wild horse adoption program to assure more horses have good and caring homes. Reynoldson holds a BA and MA degree from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in Political Science.
In the first half, George Knapp was joined by wildlife ecologist Craig Downer and horse advocate Jerry Reynoldson to discuss America's magnificent wild horses that have been unfairly targeted for elimination in what has been called the Wild Horse Conspiracy.
Philanthropist and activist Madeleine Pickens (the wife of T. Boone Pickens), along with horse advocate Jerry Reynoldson, discussed their quest to save thirty-thousand wild horses by building a sanctuary for them.
Privacy and technology expert Lauren Weinstein discussed the current state of the Internet, and possible ways it might be altered in the future. A kind of "network of networks," the Internet was originally developed as a research project rather than for commercial purposes, he explained. There'll be gradual increases in bandwidth and other changes over time, but we're unlikely to... More »