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Is Your Child’s Teacher The Next Award-Winning, Animal-Rights Educator?

School’s out for summer. The kids are thrilled, but some stay-at-home-moms and dads are already looking for good summer camps. Another group that can’t wait until August is the animal-rights organizations. It seems that schools, public and private, have become a fertile recruiting ground for future animal-rights supporters. Both PETA and HSUS, the two big anti-hunting…

Animal Rights Groups Feeling The Heat

Folks, there is outrage, shock — and a desperate plea for money — coming from the PETA headquarters. Ingrid Newkirk, founder and president of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, is in utter disbelief at a sudden turn of events. It seems that groups are buying advertisements, even billboards, that depict PETA and animal rights in…

HSUS: Anti-Hunting 101

If a GON subscriber doesn’t know that the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) is our No. 1 anti-hunting enemy, then theyʼre getting the magazine just for the pictures. They sure arenʼt reading the thing. The “Eye on the Antis” column has been a part of GON since 1991. Thatʼs 13 years of trying…

Safari Club Launches National Effort To Fight Anti-Hunters, But Who Is Leading Local Fight?

The first issue of a brand new magazine came across my desk last month. It had slick, glossy paper and a handsome buck on the cover. My first thought was… another national hunting magazine with a lot of articles on gear, Illinois bucks, and maybe a how-to article on driving a neck of woods between…

Steve Burch GON Editorial – October 1991

We are not far from opening day of gun season. I want you to pay particular attention to this opening day—you’ll never see another like it. The face of Georgia’s deer hunting is about to change significantly. It is the start of that change that I want you to notice. Change is nothing new to…

A Christmas Gift

It was Christmas Eve several years ago in the north Georgia mountains. My wife’s parents live just outside Hiawassee. There was a gathering of the clan at the family home on my father-in-law’s cattle farm. It is not a big operation, but he’ll run 40 to 70 head on pastures along the Hiawassee River bottoms.…

Is GON Gone?

This is the 100th issue of Georgia Outdoor News. We call it our Centennial Issue. It is also the last time you will see GON in this form. This is a meeting of the Board of Directors, and you’re all invited. I’m fixing to tell you why we are changing, how the change will take…

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