The NRA Hunters’ Leadership Forum, in collaboration with NRA Publications and American Hunter, announces a new initiative that harnesses the power of the Internet on behalf of American hunters.
According to today's HumaneWatch.org ad in USA Today, the Humane Society of the United States puts more money into its pension plan than it ever gives to pet shelters!
New York City’s Time Square is certainly packed with billboards, but here’s a neon pink one you can’t miss as HumaneWatch.org calls out the HSUS for its lies and deception.
Millions of Americans watching the Oscars last night got a public education on HSUS, thanks to a commercial trouncing the group’s history of fundraising deception.
Sorry pet shelters: This new video from HumaneWatch.org shows how the HSUS would rather spend chunks of its $140 million budget to try and label American hunters as murderers and ban hunting ammunition in efforts to shut down hunting.
The NRA Hunters’ Leadership Forum has awarded a $50,000 challenge grant to the First Hunt Foundation to help establish the Hunting Heritage Endowment and provide for on-the-ground mentoring work.
NRA Hunters’ Leadership Forum contributor Tim Flanigan of Bedford, Pa., received the Mason-Dixon Outdoor Writers Association’s (M-DOWA) First Place Talbot Denmead Memorial Award for “Best on Conservation and/or the Environment,” for “Who Really Cares About Conservation,” his article published at NRAHLF.org.
A billboard reading, “Wanna see bears? SAY NO! TO TROPHY HUNTING,” was spotted by NRAHLF.org contributor Keith Crowley just outside Yellowstone National Park. The sign stands as a grizzly-sized testament to the anti-hunting crowd’s ignorance on the matter of wildlife management.