Today’s highly interesting read (09/21/17): The 10 Commandments for Hunters

It’s designated every fourth Saturday in September.

Image result for image, photo, national hunting and fishing day

On May 2, 1972, President Nixon signed the first proclamation of National Hunting and Fishing Day, writing, “I urge all citizens to join with outdoor sportsmen in the wise use of our natural resources and in insuring their proper management for the benefit of future generations.”

Today’s read is from one of my all-time favorite columnists. Doug Giles is also a minister and avid hunter.

“…if you believe that hunting and providing for yourself and others high protein, low fat, yumminess; and you’re ok with being hands on via hunting with your conservation of land and animals, then according to the Daily Mail you’re a “poaching, murderous mook who’s culpable for the mass eradication of lions and elephants all because you sport a small male appendage,” or something to that effect.

Sadly, this is our reality here in the United States of Whiners.

So … how do we, the hunters, traverse this tricky milieu of political correctness that has been foisted upon us who hunt this 3rd rock from the sun?

Herewith are My 10 Commandments for Dealing With Anti-Hunting, Doe-Eyed, Tree-Humpers.

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