Sportsmen’s Weekly: Join the Fight 6-28-2013

June 28, 2013

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Join the Fight

Independence Day marks the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, which was the defining document outlining our great country’s separation from England. The signing of this historic document was the pinnacle of more than a decade’s worth of struggle to gain freedom from King George III, and the bloody battles that preceded and followed represented the ultimate price paid for the freedoms we enjoy today.

The fight for freedom did not end with the Revolutionary War, and as a country we learned that the fight to protect our freedoms is one that never ends. This is certainly true for sportsmen as we have to fight every day for our freedom to hunt, trap and fish.

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“Wayne’s World” Ad Shows HSUS’s CEO’s True Colors

In case you are not familiar with the controversies surrounding one of USSA’s biggest foes, the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), a recent ad placed by in the Washington Examiner will help bring to light just who they really are.
An infographic titled “Wayne’s World”, in reference to HSUS’s CEO Wayne Pacelle, helps paint a picture for those individuals who may not know the HSUS as well as they think. 

California Group Pushes for No Horse Drawn Carriages

A California based animal rights group is pushing for the ban of a long tradition for the historic city of Old Sacramento, California: the horse drawn carriage.
Working Animal Advocates, a not-for-profit animal rights group that formed in 2012, is leading the campaign arguing that forcing horses to pull heavy wagons amid traffic, tourists, and hot weather conditions is abusive.

Sentry Giveaway- Win! Win! Win!

How would you like a chance to win a $100 Cabela’s gift card by simply joining our FREE Sentry membership program?

For the month of July, the U.S. Sportsmen’s Alliance Facebook page has three $100 Cabela’s gift cards up for grabs by simply ‘Liking’ USSA on Facebook and signing up to be a Sentry member.

Our free Sentry membership provides you with an opportunity to protect the rights of hunting, fishing and trapping from the comfort of your home!



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