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Animal "Rights" Extremists Gone Wild

Wednesday, November 30, 2005

Animal "rights" activists are going to court to try and stop the New Jersey black bear hunt. Of course, for every one of these activists who operate inside the law, there are others who have no qualms about violating the law; threatening violence, committing acts of vandalism, even advocating death for hunters," writes Cam Edwards.

Read Original at: Townhall.com

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