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Nothing is more hated among the trendy Left — and more misunderstood — than hunting. But now the intrepid hunter and pro-hunting activist Frank Miniter sets the record straight. In “The Politically Incorrect Guide™ to Hunting,” he details the concrete benefits that hunting gives to us all — and even how it helps the environment. Speaking with wildlife biologists, hunters, farmers, anti-hunters, victims of animal attacks, and many more, and examining wildlife studies, animal attack records, news reports, and expert opinions on hunting, Miniter explains how the banning of hunting negatively affects wildlife populations and conservation.
Miniter’s take on hunting is fearless and direct in its political incorrectness as he lays out the facts about hunting that the liberal media establishment doesn’t want you to know. He traces the rising gator population in Florida, notes the fact that bear attacks are at an all-time high, and examines the attacks on people by even “tame” coyotes in order to illustrate the bloody consequences of hunting bans. Along the way, he brings to light numerous facts that environmentalists and anti-hunting zealots don’t want you to know — including the thoughtful compassion and intimate knowledge of the natural world that underlies all responsible hunting.
Miniter details why non-lethal alternatives to hunting don’t work for the control of wild animals; why no-hunting areas actually hurt farmers (with the small farmer really taking it on the chin); why reintroduced wildlife needs hunters; and how hunting is incentive-based environmentalism — and hunters are wildlife’s best defenders. For those who will be surprised by Miniter’s connection between hunting and the environment, he shows how hunters recaptured environmentalism, revealing how hunters quietly took Capitol Hill while environmental groups lost the legislative initiative.
Not only that: Miniter also maintains that hunting is good for kids, and provides answers to the drearily common arguments that anti-hunting propagandists put forward. He also explores the controversies swirling around gun rights, offering the truth about the Second Amendment and revealing the hollowness of the Left’s calls for “reasonable gun control.” Equipped with The Politically Incorrect Guide? to Hunting, the next time you talk to an anti-hunter, or if you wonder in your own heart if hunting is right, you’ll be able to give real, concrete — and politically incorrect — answers.
Frank Miniter fires away:
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