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Category Archives: Animal Rights
This from HumaneWatch.org… In April 2010, Congressman Blaine Leutkemeyer of Missouri wrote Lois G. Lerner, director of the IRS’s tax-exempt organizations division, to inform her that the Humane Society of the United States—unaffiliated with local humane societies—may have been engaging … Continue reading
This from Humane Watch… Donors want their dollars used effectively. There’s only so much money that each person has budgeted for charity. So is the Humane Society of the United States deserving of animal lovers’ donations? We certainly don’t think … Continue reading
GW: Can I get an Amen! MISSOULA, Mont. (May 9, 2013)–As the two oldest sportsmen groups with decades of commitment to fundamental wildlife policies, the Boone and Crockett Club and Wildlife Management Institute welcome the initiative of members of the … Continue reading
Washington, DC – Governor Rick Snyder (Mich.) signed Senate Bills 288 and 289 into law today at a ceremony attended by many Safari Club International members. The new laws 1) state that the Natural Resources Commission has the authority to … Continue reading
As reported by MUCC… Today, Governor Snyder signed Senate Bills 288 and 289 , ensuring that Michigan’s wildlife will be managed with sound science and protecting our rights to hunt, fish and trap!
Utah has paid hunters $50 each to kill coyotes in an effort to save its deer population. Since last September, some 6000 ‘yotes have been redeemed for cash. Details here…
The latest edition of the American Institute of Philanthropy’s Charity Rating Guide is out, and it’s once again bad news for the Humane Society of the United States. The group earns another “D” grade for high spending on fundraising and … Continue reading
An Alaskan wildlife biologist and his family escaped harm, after getting into a scuffle with a crazed bear. Funny, no bear spray and no gun. I guess not all widllife biologists graduate at the top of their class. Details are … Continue reading
The Michigan House of Representatives passed bills SB 288 and 289 by a vote of 72-38 with bipartisan support! The bills now head to Governor Snyder’s desk, and the anti-hunters are trying to get him to veto the legislation. Please call … Continue reading
GW: A rational perspective on Michigan’s wolf population in support of science and one from the whackos.