July 28, 2016

Ban on Trapping and Why Wording For a Right to Hunt Amendment is Important

The following email came from Gary Marbut of the Montana Shooting Sports Association: Dear MSSA Friends, The media tells us that anti activists have gathered enough signatures to put I-177 on the November ballot, to ban trapping on public lands. Isn’t this proposed law unconstitutional under the right to hunt, fish and trap that MSSA […]

Wildlife Alliance of Maine Files for Summary Judgement in Lynx Incidental Take Permit

According to information I have received, the Wildlife Alliance of Maine has filed for Summary Judgement in its case against the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for issuing the state of Maine an Incidental Take Permit for Canada lynx.

Won’t You Please Jump Into The 21st Century With The Stupid People?

I evolved to be like the rest of the organisms around me, I eat and a reproduce.. This is how we made it into the 21st century.. Not by licking lettuce.. And Not by making pets out of other organisms.. Ecology like psychiatry is pseudo science. Social Behaviorism. It’s complete bunkum BS. “The branch of biology […]

New Jersey: Historic Account of Killing Wolves Out of Necessity

I was sent a link to an article published in the New Jersey Herald by historic writer for the Herald, Jennie Sweetman – The Wolves Have Left the County–or have they? Information provided in the article comes mostly from written historic accounts of wolves dating from as early as the 1600s. In those accounts we […]

Cute, Cuddly Little Puppy

Reports are this wolf was trapped in Idaho.

Christie in N.H.: ‘For all of you who want bobcats killed, I’m your guy’

*Editor’s Note* – If Christie answering a question about whether he would support a proposed hunting/trapping season to cull 50 bobcats isn’t bad enough, consider that some person(s) had nothing more important to ask. It reveals the extent of the animal perversion in this psychopathic society in which we now live. “I now have a […]

My Turn: To criticize hunting is to reject the traditional connection of humans to nature

If you live in the North Country, there are few offices and factories, so if you’re going to earn a living you need to take advantage of the opportunities that are there. These usually include low- to modest-paying jobs in the logging and recreation businesses, and related support and services. Very few of those jobs […]

Maine’s chance to reconsider bear hounding, trapping without referendum – Or I’ll Get My Way One Way or Another

*Editor’s Note* – The Bangor Daily News, a mouthpiece of the Left and a hater of anything Maine tradition, is at it once again trying to convince Maine people that hunting bears with hounds and trapping are methods that simply don’t fit into what they deem and demand should be everyone’s lifestyle. This time they […]

Exposing Hunting Hatred

*Editor’s Note* – Some may think the opinion piece linked to below is about Question One on the Maine ballot – a referendum about “clean” elections and transparency. But it really is not. It’s about furthering one’s specific agenda of hating on anything to do with hunting and trapping. If Question One is worth anything, […]

Bear-hunting guides wary of another referendum challenge

*Editor’s Note* – Don’t bet on the statement below! WELD — A year after Maine voters defeated a second bear-hunting referendum, hunting guides are wary they might have to fight off another challenge in the future.However, the Humane Society of the United States, which funded last year’s campaign to ban the use of bait, hounds […]