Threats to 11-Year-Old Hunter of Albino Buck Go Too Far

October 27, 2014

Since Gavin Dingman shot a 12-point albino buck in Michigan, his family has felt the wrath of the online community.

What the NRA Does for Hunters

October 18, 2014

Rest easy, American hunter, the NRA has your back.

Cyberbullies Aim for Rhino Auction, Hunters

April 09, 2014

Online, anonymous threats are leveled at those who engage in hunting, conservation.

Can Consumption of Protein Lead to Early Death?

March 13, 2014

A published study suggests too much consumption of animal-based proteins by middle-aged humans can lead to greater risk of cancer and diabetes. Hunters might disagree.

Anti-Hunters Cry Foul, but Rhino Auction Benefits Species

March 09, 2014

Anti-hunters may not like the idea, but one animal dying to save the species is a small price to pay for conservation.

Why Everyone Should Embrace Elephant Hunting

March 07, 2014

Many people, including hunters, don't like the idea of elephant hunting. But they should not insist others agree with them so long as the activity is legal and does not harm the resource.

Could Suburban America Actually Appreciate Hunting?

March 03, 2014

We all know hunting isn't always viewed favorably across America, especially in urban and suburban regions where our pastime may be considered anachronistic by some, and perhaps merely a necessary evil by others. So I was happy to see this cooler in my local grocery store recently, in Fairfax, Va., a 400-square-mile county of a million inhabitants.

Cheers, Greg

March 13, 2013

For a guy who just up and decided to carve a niche in the hunting business he did a heckuva job. Greg Rodriguez, “G-Rod” to those who knew him well, was a mortgage broker when an African safari in the 1990s altered his course. Turns out it was a good move.

Where Criminals Get Their Guns

February 08, 2013

Across all media these days the information is far from accurate when it comes to the culture war waged against gun owners. The topic the other day on a Fox News program was Chicago’s “gun problem.” Of course everyone knows Chicago’s problem is crime committed by thugs who disobey the law, but that didn’t stop one woman from insisting “universal” background checks would cut down the number of guns on the city’s streets. Believe it or not I actually heard her say, “A lot of criminals get their guns from gun stores.” Really? Let’s look at the facts.

Hunters: The Founding Fathers Want A Word With You

January 31, 2013

In 1759, before the Declaration of Independence was conceived of, and before the American Revolution began, Benjamin Franklin made what would seem to be an obvious observation: “Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote.”