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  1. Large hunting party and stagecoach in front of the Northville hotel, Northville, NY... Adirondacks circa 1880.
  2. Boat landing Lake Pleasant, New York, Circa 1890
  3. Huge boar taken in the Adirondacks at the turn of the century. Circa 1900
  4. Hunt club pose on a snowy day in Ticonderoga, NY - 1905.
  5. What is a woman? A woman is someone who doesn't have to register for Selective Service. Another area they can be "pro-choice", but men can't.
  6. Hunting party posing at the Rod & Gun Club with whitetails and bear. Logan State Forest, Pennsylvania Circa 1925. Looks like 3 coon on the right as well.
  7. Fred Bear's first moose hunt. Year 1953 or so.
  8. Safe way to see the eclipse.
  9. The NRA recently filed an amicus brief asking the U.S. Supreme Court to hear a new case regarding our right to bear arms outside the home following the state of New York’s reaction to the landmark decision in New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen (2022). “In response to the NRA’s victory in Bruen, which secured every American’s right to carry arms, New York passed the ‘Concealed Carry Improvement Act,’ severely restricting carry throughout the state. The 2nd Circuit upheld many of those restrictions. Today, NRA filed an amicus brief asking the Supreme Court to hear that case, Antonyuk v. James,” wrote the NRA Institute for Legislative Action (ILA). “Many NRA members wish to carry firearms for lawful purposes in the public places that the State now deems gun-free zones,” reads the amicus brief. https://www.americas1stfreedom.org/content/nra-asks-scotus-to-hear-new-concealed-carry-case/?utm_source=newsletter
  10. What's the difference between Wuhan and Vegas? What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas!
  11. A shepherd was tending his flock in a remote pasture when suddenly a dust cloud approached at high speed, out of which emerged a shiny silver BMW. The driver, a young man in an Armani suit, Ferragamo shoes, the latest Polarized sunglasses and a tightly knotted power tie, poked his head out the window and asked the shepherd, “Hey! If I can tell you how many sheep you have in your flock, will you give me one?” The shepherd looked at the man, then glanced at his peacefully grazing flock and answered, “Sure.” The driver parked his car, plugged his microscopic cell phone into a laptop and briskly surfed to a GPS satellite navigation system on the Internet and initiated a remote body-heat scan of the area. While the computer was occupied, he sent some e-mail via his Blackberry and, after a few minutes, nodded solemnly at the responses. Finally, he printed a 150-page report on the little laser printer in his glove compartment, turned to the shepherd, waving the sheaves of paper, and pronounced “You have exactly 1,586 sheep.” “Impressive. One of my sheep is yours,” said the shepherd. He watched the young man select an animal and bundle it into his car. Then the shepherd said, “If I can tell you exactly what your business is, will you give me back my sheep?” Pleased to meet a fellow sportsman, the young man replied, “You’re on.” “You are a consultant,” said the shepherd without hesitation. “That’s correct,” said the young man, impressed. “How ever did you guess?” “It wasn’t a guess,” replied the shepherd. “You drive into my field uninvited. You ask me to pay you for information I already know, answer questions I haven’t asked, and you know nothing about my business. Now give me back my dog.”
  12. Biden DHS bungles then dismisses deportations for 200k illegals: It's hard to know whether to chalk this up to appalling incompetence or sheer malevolence, but these are your tax dollars at work. Some 200,000 illegal immigrants have had their deportation cases dismissed by so-called immigration judges due to a failure of the Biden administration's Department of Homeland Security to file standard paperwork. As the New York Post reports: "The DHS's failure to file thousands of notices to appear before scheduled hearing dates left courts without jurisdiction to handle deportation cases and rule on asylum claims, according to a report released Wednesday by the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse at Syracuse University. 'These large numbers of dismissals and what then happens raise serious concerns,' the TRAC report, which includes data through February 2024, states." We wonder: How many of these illegals are potential rapists and murderers, such as Jose Antonio Ibarra, who allegedly bludgeoned nursing student Laken Riley to death? In a case of comical understatement, TRAC, which is a nonpartisan research group, said that the "almost total lack of transparency on where and why these DHS failures occurred" was — wait for it — "troubling." You're telling us. As for what happens to these illegals now, search us. And search the Biden administration, whose DHS didn't respond to the Post's request for comment.
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