by Karen Mehall Phillips - Wednesday, May 3, 2017
It’s a great day to be an American hunter as the NRA launches its “NRA Hunting” campaign to save hunting’s future—all housed on the new website NRAHUNTING.com. In step with NRA Leadership and the NRA Hunters’ Leadership Forum, the recently-unveiled TV ads and website are the next phase in NRA’s efforts to go on offense against anti-hunting, animal-welfare extremists in their culture war on hunters and hunting.
“Technology gives us an unprecedented opportunity to stand up and fight for hunting the way we always have fought for the Second Amendment,” said NRA EVP Wayne LaPierre. “We are no longer held captive by the biased mainstream media. Our new national NRA Hunting ads will be supported by a social media campaign and NRATV interviews—all designed to reinforce our political and legislative efforts already in progress.”
To preview the ads, visit NRAHUNTING.com. Be sure to read the articles that cover who we hunters are and what we stand for—and share the links. And continue to visit NRAHLF.org for the latest headlines on the continuing state, national and global threats to hunters, hunting and wildlife conservation—and on how science-based conservation doesn’t exist without our funding.
Remember: The end goal of the well-funded anti-hunting extremist movement—headlined by groups such as the HSUS and PETA—is to exterminate all hunting and diminish humanity one step at a time. Call out the antis for their lies and emotional appeals as they claim to care for animals while attempting to indoctrinate our children. Need proof? As reported by NRAHLF.org, in the words of one of HSUS’ most prominent radical leaders, Princeton professor Peter Singer, “The life of a newborn is of less value than the life of a pig, a dog, or a chimpanzee.” Clearly, if we are to save hunting, we must understand the enormity of this threat.
Fortunately for American hunters, no one runs a campaign like the NRA, which focuses on communication to control the conversation, public education and activation to get sportsmen to respond. As the NRA uses its firepower to expose the anti-hunting, animal-welfare extremist movement, we must do our part to share the truth about hunting and the hypocrisy and ignorance of those who seek to destroy it.
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