Conrad Burns: Wild horse enemy and author of deadly amendment that bears his name dead at 81

Emily Langer reporting on the death of former U.S. Senator Conrad Burns for The Washington Post writes: "Conrad Burns, a onetime cattle auctioneer who parlayed his down-home appeal into three terms as a Republican senator from Montana, reaping federal dollars for his state as well as criticism for his impolitic, at times offensive, off-the-cuff remarks,… Continue reading Conrad Burns: Wild horse enemy and author of deadly amendment that bears his name dead at 81

Horseback magazine talks to Conrad Burns about notorious amendment (US)

By STEVE LONG Horseback Magazine | Sept. 15, 2009 In the world of equine welfare there may be no person subject to [more] derision than former Montana Sen. Conrad Burns. An ardent supporter of horses as a commodity to be sold for whatever reason their owner deems profitable, the former auctioneer lost his seat in… Continue reading Horseback magazine talks to Conrad Burns about notorious amendment (US)