Which Anti-hunting groups do your tax dollars fund?
Arent you glad the US government is so generous?
From the latest SCI news letter:
Taxpayer Millions Paid To Anti-Hunting Organizations: 泥ocuments provided by the U.S. Department of Justice to the House Natural Resources Committee show that our federal government is giving millions of taxpayer dollars to anti-hunting organizations. Anti-hunting groups like the Center for Biological Diversity, the Humane Society of the United States, Defenders of Wildlife, and the Sierra Club are cashing in on your dime. Taxpayer Dollars to Anti-Hunters How Much? On cases that were listed as 疎ctive between October 1, 2008 and April 4, 2012 more than $21 million was paid out to pay the attorney痴 fees for groups suing under the Endangered Species Act (薦SA?. Of that $21 million, more than $6 million in taxpayer dollars went to pay attorneys for some of the nation痴 largest anti-hunting organizations. The money is paid out from a taxpayer fund called the Judgment Fund. That means your tax dollars are being paid to anti-hunting organizations attorneys. (Source: AmmoLand.com) Read the full story here Taxpayer Millions Paid to Anti-Hunting Organizations