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Dick Cheney a Loser at Antelope Hunt Contest

Reports of Dick Cheney’s hunting rifle malfunctioning have afforded many reasonable people the opportunity to deliver the stand-alone punch line: “If only it was his pacemaker that failed to function.” According to The Huffington Post, “a gun malfunction kept former Vice President Dick Cheney’s team from having a chance at the One Shot Antelope Hunt […]

Study Recommends Managing Hunter Population in Texas

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE NEW LONDON COUNTY, CT – September 21, 2012 Contact: Monty Gelstein (860) 823-7410 monty.gelstein@gmail.com Study Recommends Managing Hunter Population in Texas A study conducted by the Center for Fewer Humans has found that Texas is home to “a dangerous number of hunting enthusiasts.” Based on the findings, the study’s research director, Marcus […]

Endangered Species Bred for Trophy Hunting

SOMEWHERE IN TEXAS, IN THE NOT-TOO-DISTANT FUTURE — State and federal law-enforcement officials have urged hunters to stay away from exotic-animal ranches in Texas, after an “animal-rights manifesto” began circulating on the Internet earlier this week. A nationwide manhunt in under way for the document’s author, an animal-rights activist named Monty Gelstein. “Mr. Gelstein presents […]

Hunting Advocate Targets Animal-Rights Activists

Yesterday, I came across an inane commentary headlined “Animal rights activists are negative people but deserve compassion.” The piece was published on the New Jersey Newsroom website by a hunting fanatic named Anthony P. Mauro, Sr., founder and chairman of the New Jersey Outdoor Alliance, a “Political Action Committee … organized to elect outdoor-minded political […]