December 18, 2018

Hey There Little Red Riding Hood….

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Maine Hunter and Obama

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Animal Perverts Seeking Short Rope for Wildlife Services

“What’s certain is that the little-known U.S. Department of Agriculture Wildlife Services kills up to 3 million animals a year, mostly those deemed a nuisance but also some that agents kill by mistake, including endangered species.

Now, in a turnabout, the hunter is the target. A petition seeks to reduce the power of Wildlife Services and shine a light on its practices, claiming its agents have “gone rogue,” overstepping the mission to protect the public by killing indiscriminately.”<<<Read More>>>

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PA House Passes Bill to Establish Coyote Bounty

HARRISBURG – The state House on Wednesday passed a bill authorizing the Pennsylvania Game Commission to set a bounty on coyotes.

The bill, approved by a vote of 111-78, would establish a “coyote incentive program” by offering $25 for coyotes killed in the commonwealth. It’s the first such bounty offered on a wild animal in 50 years.<<<Read More>>>

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Montana Sportsman’s Town Hall Meeting

Senators Fred Thomas and Scott Boulanger invite you to attend:
Sportsmens Town Hall Meeting
Bitterroot River Inn – Hamilton,MT
December 19th, 2013 Thursday
6:30 PM
Recently the MT. Fish Wildlife and Parks Dept. put forth a proposal to dramatically change hunting seasons and hunting districts that will affect every single person that hunts in the Bitterroot Valley. Topics of the meeting will include:
Elk Hunting permits, Wolves, Whitetail Doe Seasons, Hunting District Boundary Changes, Anti-Trapping ballot initiatives, Youth Cow Elk Seasons.
The purpose of the meeting is for your elected officials to hear from the hunting public. Please bring your ideas, comments and concerns.
Guest speakers Keith Kubista from MT Sportsmen for Fish and Wildlife will discuss the anti-trapping ballot initiative.
Safari Club Regional Representative Jon Wemple will discuss loss of hunting opportunity with valley wide permits.
For information contact: Senator Scott Boulanger 406-360-1063

Substantial changes are coming for next year’s hunting season especially in the Bitterroot Valley. Please attend this town hall meeting for more information. Please pass this on to others!

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Colleges can’t ban guns, rules Florida court in major 2nd Amendment victory

“The Florida appeals court ruling that the University of North Florida was violating state law when it prohibited a woman from storing a gun in her vehicle while she attended class will spill over to cities and counties statewide, an attorney said Wednesday.

And it’s one of many nationwide where anti-gun activists are trying to do at the local level what they can’t do in the statehouse – restrict Second Amendment rights.”<<<Read More>>>

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Animal Rights Activist Charged With Animal Cruelty

“Interesting news from Colorado: Taylor Radig, an animal rights activist who was a contractor of the vegan group Compassion Over Killing, has been charged with animal cruelty following the release of an undercover video that she filmed. Why? Because she waited too long to report the crime to police. Radig shot video from July through September, and yet the video wasn’t turned over to the local sheriff until November.”<<<Read More>>>

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2-Day Idaho Coyote and Wolf Derby

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Guns Cause Suicide

In Maine, the Portland Press Herald editorial staff has gone out of their way to convince readers that the presence of guns causes people to commit suicide. They demand that lawmakers in Augusta make the ability to exercise one’s right to keep and bear arms more difficult in order that fewer people commit suicide.

Maybe this is akin to requiring background checks and verbal testing on people before they are allowed to speak. Certainly things people say to other people (bullies for one) must have caused some to commit suicide? This is insanity as well as ignorance.

What is most tragic is that not once in the editorial garbage that the Press Herald put out, did they attempt to address anything about suicide or suggest ways and/or generate discussion in what causes people to want to take their lives and what can be done to correct the problem other than using mental issues to attack ownership of guns. What obvious fraud and dishonesty, while exploiting a serious mental condition that causes people to consider ending their lives. Maybe poor editorials contributes to one’s depression. Should we reconsider freedom of the press? It’s all insanity!

To pretend and attempt to convince readers that guns cause suicide is as utterly ridiculous at the graphic shown below that cold weather causes murder.<<<Source>>>

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An “Irruption” of Snowy Owls in the Northeast

*Editor’s Note* – It seems silly to have to do this, but due to the sudden destruction, worldwide, of brain matter, I have to qualify this article as satire (that means it’s not very serious).

I just don’t get it. I admit I don’t go around boasting about not being the sharpest knife in the butcher’s block but somebody help me out here. I was reading in The Outdoor Wire, that “waves” of snowy owls are headed to the Northeast, U.S.

“The sudden influx of these birds, called an ‘irruption,’ may be the first wave. More Snowy Owls are poised to head south looking for food and will be attracted to wide open expanses, such as airports, because they resemble their native tundra.

“More than likely these Snowy Owls are moving south from the Arctic because of a shortage of their favorite food up north-lemmings, or because of a bumper crop of young.

Not wanting to be accused of being a “smartass”, I will admit right up front that I am here, but why is it that cherry picking of certain information, done to fit nicely into one’s narrative, never ceases to amaze? The usual mantra that we would hear in this instance is that the snowy owl is in danger of going extinct due to that dreaded “global warming.” But not here. In this case the raptors are moving south, into Northeastern America looking for food…..or airports.

If there is global warming, wouldn’t it stand to reason – that is using the Al Gore system of logic, maybe we could coin it, “Gorogic”, – the snowy owls would be heading north, where it’s colder.

And are snowy owls so stupid that they really think JFK and LaGuardia airports look like “the tundra?” I mean, look below. First photo of tundra and the second photo of JFK Airport. Do they really look alike?

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In addition, the report claims that the snowy owls have had a, “bumper crop of young.” Come on man! Haven’t we been told that wild animals, when they visit family planning centers, decide on how many offspring to have based on available habitat and prey to feed the young-uns? If there’s a shortage of lemmings, “Gorogic” tells us there can’t be “a bumper crop.”

However, I think I have it figured out (God I’m brilliant). It has to be one of two things and global warming has nothing to do with any of it. Yeah, I know. Shocked aren’t you! I’ll give you a chance to get up off the floor.

You see, the snowy owl’s favorite food is the lemming (better check out the definition), and the snowys have heard that Washington, D.C. and the brain trust in New York City, are chuck-a-block full of “lemmings.” Why do you think there’s an increase in raptors being found in urban areas?

Or, the owls are heading south, into Maine because they’ve discovered millions and millions and millions and millions and millions (am into billions yet?) of pounds of Dunkin’Donuts from leftover black bear hunter’s bait sites.

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