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Fishing in America – The Future

Fishing in America

  Welcome to the final article in our series on Fishing in America. In our previous articles, we’ve discussed the history of fishing and how it has progressed in the United States, the economic benefits of such a thriving industry, and the effects of industrial and recreational fishing on conservation efforts. Hopefully you have enjoyed them thus far. If you ... Read More »

Memorial Day 2015

Memorial Day

  Many of you spent this past weekend socializing with your friends and families. Perhaps you spent much of this time outdoors grilling or swimming, or even on a vacation you’ve had planned. It’s easy for us to forget what this holiday weekend is about when we’re having fun. No, this is not another guilt-trip article meant to shame anyone ... Read More »

Rural Development and Outreach: HSUS’s New Trick


  Ever since the first animal rights radicals took up arms against agriculture, farmers have been relentlessly pursued no matter how safely their farms are operated. Groups like Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) do not only wish for the end of inhumane animal agriculture, but for the end of ALL animal agriculture. With this in mind, society should ... Read More »

U.S. Country-of-Origin Labeling Law in Dispute


  Forgive the bad pun, but many aren’t cool with COOL. The American government finds itself at an impasse with the World Trade Organization (WTO) over a substantial labeling law that could have long term effects on its North American trade. In October of 2014, the WTO ruled against the United States government’s country-of-origin labeling rule, also known as COOL.  ... Read More »

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