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Charitable Funds Used For Lavish Vacation While Millions In HSUS Funds Are Stashed In Offshore Island Accounts


HUMANE SOCIETY STAFFER ACCUSED OF EMBEZZLING

HSUSAnimalShelterPercentages2014SCI members have long known that the anti-hunting group “The Humane Society of the United States” embodies a massive fundraising deception. By including “Humane Society” in its name, it has successfully fooled millions of well-intentioned donors into believing that their contributions are going to help support local animal shelters. In truth, less than one percent of the HSUS budget is granted to these underfunded local shelters. Continue reading Charitable Funds Used For Lavish Vacation While Millions In HSUS Funds Are Stashed In Offshore Island Accounts

Shotgunning – Perception vs. Reality


MA13-Shotgun-DSC_0801Shooting a shotgun at a moving object is not a simple thing and is really just about the most confusing thing visually that one could try to do and there are thousands of shooters out there struggling with what it really looks like when you shoot a shotgun at a moving object. Vicki calls that “Cash Flow” and we continue to be surprised at the perceptions that shooters from all over the world have when they are trying to hit a moving object and all of these perceptions are centered Continue reading Shotgunning – Perception vs. Reality

SCI Working to Reverse Airline Trophy Bans


deltaplaneSCI is working to reverse the ill-advised announcements from a fluid list of airlines that have suddenly declared a ban on the transportation of all hunting trophies as Continue reading SCI Working to Reverse Airline Trophy Bans

POACHING: The costs in pain and suffering never end


Claire Howell and her father Andre de Kock.
Claire Howell and her father Andre de Kock.

(Editor’s note by Steve Comus:  Wild Africa, a hauntingly mysterious siren that lures humans from near and far into the bosom of Mother Nature, also is a place where increasingly atrocities go unchecked. Crime? Corruption? Probably yes. Stone grave markers stand as silent reminders that something terrible happened – something that never can be resolved, regardless how much time goes by, no matter how many murderers are captured. Lives of real people, the things of real value, have been taken away forever. And for what? Some pieces of ivory or a bit of horn. On Friday, February 18, Africa PH Andre de Kock was ambushed, gunned down and killed by poachers while guiding a client in Tanzania. Andre inadvertently happened upon armed poachers in the bush. Continue reading POACHING: The costs in pain and suffering never end