What do we (the readers) think about the CS-T's Feb. 4 editorial, "Wyoming could derail successful wolf hunts"?
Your better informed readers think you folks are once again trying to stir up the less informed masses with more half-truths and twisted misrepresentations of fact.
Shame on you for not telling it like it really is -- whether it's about those greenie twits and their real motivation for trying to get these wolves relisted in Montana and Idaho or what the actual wolf population numbers are according to the Department of Agriculture instead of the admittedly and artificially low numbers reported by the Department of Interior.
One true statement you did make was "there are plenty of wolves in the region to justify delisting." That's what should be the basis of your future writings -- in support of Wyoming's justifiable attempt to exert its right to manage our native wildlife and these foreign predators.
Thankfully enough of our appropriate state leaders are willing to fight this and other federal agency attempts to over reach by trying to control and dictate more than our U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights allow.
The long overdue return of those fundamental principles is a noble fight you folks really should be waging with our precious First Amendment rights.
DOUG LEMM, Lander