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Port Authority Had 20,000 Animals Slaughtered, and Yet … No Scandal

News that callous bureaucrats at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey ordered the slaughter of more than 20,000 animals at area airports in 2012 and 2013 should be every bit and more the scandal that the George Washington Bridge lane-closure incident is. But it isn’t. And that’s because too many people accept […]

Re-Allocate Drug War Funds for War on Poachers

As long as we’re in the business of helping overpowered folks around the world defeat the human savages among us, let’s send our military to the aid of those who’re trying to bring an end to the global wildlife holocaust. If our statesmen are serious about, say, battling poachers in Africa and elsewhere, they ought […]

West Virginia Lawmaker Wants More Hunting Grounds

West Virginia state Sen. Daniel Hall, whose legislative biography cites affiliations with the Friends of Coal and the West Virginia Farm Bureau, is worried that as property owners are increasingly restricting public access to their land, his barbaric constituents are running out of places to kill wildlife. An April 8 report in The Register-Herald explains […]

California Deer Attack Lawsuit Should Invoke Holocaust

Generally speaking, I’m not a fan of the hyper-litigious among us. Sometimes, though, he who is hell-bent on taking his pound of flesh from the ruling class deserves a little encouragement — if not a bit of direction. A report in the Marin Independent Journal tells us that “a Bolinas (California) man who says he […]

Open Letter to America’s Hunting Apologists

Dear bloodthirsty cretins, You are hereby banned from a) claiming that you were “attacked” by the animal you were hunting, and b) claiming that your murder of that animal was an act of “self-defense.” Allow me to present, as an example of what henceforth will be treated with due ridicule, this lede from a story […]