HSUS: $91 Million Anti-Hunting Machine June 23, 2009
Data released just weeks ago by the Center for Consumer Freedom supports what a lot of hunter advocacy groups have been espousing for years: That the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) should not be confused with the admirable work done by local animal shelters. Instead, the wealthy Washington DC-based non-profit is more concerned with banning certain types of hunting, as well as agricultural animal use in the U.S.
According to its most recent tax return (filed in November 2008), HSUS devoted less than 4 percent of its massive $91.5 million budget to hands-on dog and cat shelters in 2007. American diet.”
The CCF reported that pet lovers donated more than $85 million to HSUS in 2007, but most of the group’s time and resources are spent “hassling hunters, complaining about circus elephants, and trying to remove meat and dairy foods from the American diet.”
This is a good place to inform fellow hunters about bills and other legislation that may jeopardize our rights to hunt and free cast our hounds.
1 post • Page 1 of 1