humane society of the united states Archive

Moving Farther Away From Wildlife Management to Benefit Species

The Outdoor Wire has an article written by Bill Karr about efforts and legislation in California that continues to destroy proven science and hunting as an integral part of species management. This particular article deals with mountain lions but the proposed policy can be and is being used nationwide in places to accomplish the same

Being Stupid Ain’t Being Funny

This opinion piece is perhaps the worst I’ve ever come across in my many years of reading, researching and writing about hunting and other outdoor issues. Perhaps the article is really dated June 20, 1913. Not only is the information in the article irrelevant and inaccurate, it isn’t even funny……at any level. Oh, and was

Problems With Bears

In Montana, efforts to “haze” a black bear proved futile and so authorities shot the bear instead. Just an egg sucking bear? No not really but this now dead bear, has a hankering for killing chickens. The bear killed 40 of the feathered friends and thus had to die. On June 10, 2013, I wrote

HSUS Wouldn’t Know Inhumane if it Bit Them in the Face

Katie Hansberry, Maine state director of The Humane Society of the United States, penned an opinion piece found in The Sun Journal about Maine’s bear management tools and tactics and proves she knows nothing about inhumane treatment of animals or human beings for that matter; certainly nothing about wildlife management. I will agree with her

Too Many Bears, Too Many Predator Lovers

Maine has a lot of forest. Maine has a lot of bears. Too many bears presents too many problems, like killing too many deer and moose fawns in the Spring and bears banging down people’s back doors and yards looking for something to eat, either because of too many bears or not enough to eat

HSUS’s Anti-Bear Hunting Bill Voted “Ought Not to Pass”

*Update* – The vote in the JSC was unanimous, ought not to pass. According to an email I just received from Diane Steward, clerk Inland Fisheries & Wildlife and Marine Resources Committees in Maine, LD 1474 was voted on in the Joint Standing Committee for Inland Fisheries and Wildlife as “ought not to pass.” I

Hearing Scheduled for Maine HSUS-Sponsored Anti Bear Hunting Bill

LD 1474, sponsored by Representative Denise Patricia Harlow (D-Portland) and supported by the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), would mostly do away with the tactics of bear hunting and trapping in Maine that aid and assist in proper … Continue reading

Maine Sen. Mazurek Will Sponsor HSUS’ Anti Bear Hunting Bill

Two weeks ago I reported that the Humane Society of the United States, was looking for someone in the Maine Legislature willing to sponsor their ridiculous anti bear hunting and trapping bill. It appears they have found their marionette in … Continue reading

Criminals at Humane Society of US Plan Bill To Stop Bear Trapping/Hunting w/Dogs

The timing is about right. With Obama’s illegal and crooked election victory and the majority of Americans seemingly content to become slaves to the government, compounded by the fact that Obama and a corrupt, inept, worthless, puppet Congress have decided … Continue reading

Frank Losey Exposes HSUS For Deceitful Marketing, Illegal Lobbying and More

*Editor’s Note* – Below are copies of letters written by Frank Losey, an associate of the Missouri Federation of Animal Owners (MoFed), regarding Wayne Pacelle, President and CEO of the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS). The letters are … Continue reading