Category Archives: Animal Rights

HSUS Still Puts Pensions Ahead of Pets

This from humanewatch.org… When people find out that Humane Society of the United States isn’t affiliated with local humane societies and doesn’t run any shelters of its own, they usually ask where the $130 million HSUS receives in contributions goes. The … Continue reading

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HSUS: Pennies for Pets

This from humanewatch.org… After years of examining how the deceptively named Humane Society of the United States spends the more than $100 million it receives from hardworking Americans ever year, very little surprises us anymore. However, a recently-released “Pennies for Charity” … Continue reading

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USSA Takes the Fight to California

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HSUS Booted From CPAC

This from humanewatch.org… Last week we questioned why the radical Humane Society of the United States would be permitted to exhibit at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). After all, would PETA be welcome at a conference of political conservatives? … Continue reading

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SCI Provides Winning Arguments Against Constitutional Challenge to Three Antelope Rule

Posted by firstforwildlife on March 6, 2015 · Leave a Comment Safari Club International played a pivotal role in a federal district court’s ruling that dismissed a constitutional challenge to the law that exempts the hunting of U.S. captive members … Continue reading

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Did Wolves Really Change Rivers?

This from the Boone and Crockett Club… One year ago, the pro-wolf movement produced a video titled “How Wolves Change Rivers”. The video proclaimed that wolves interaction with elk and deer populations was responsible for a trophic cascade in Yellowstone … Continue reading

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Michigan DNR appeals federal court’s wolf decision

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources today filed an appeal of a December 2014 federal district court ruling that returned wolves in Michigan and Wisconsin to the federal endangered species list and wolves in Minnesota to federal threatened species status. … Continue reading

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HSUS Declares Maine Bear Hunting a Target in 2016

Just months after a resounding defeat by Maine voters, the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) has announced plans to bring yet another ballot issue on bear hunting back to Maine. On Tuesday, Feb. 24, lawyers for HSUS and … Continue reading

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HSUS Continues to Waste Taxpayer Dollars in Oklahoma

This from humanewatch.org Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt is fighting back against the Humane Society of the United States’ attempt to stonewall his investigation into the group’s deceptive fundraising practices. HSUS sued Pruitt instead of cooperating and providing documents he had requested … Continue reading

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Arizona Game and Fish votes to take legal action to support federal officials’ new 10(j) rule for Mexican wolves

Studies clearly indicate a relatively sparse ungulate population in western Arizona that is inadequate for supporting wolves. Groups critical of rule lack on-the-ground field perspective of what changes will lead to success PHOENIX — The Arizona Game and Fish Commission … Continue reading

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