January 21, 2015

The Sportsmen’s State of the Union 2015

November’s elections proved that change is a constant in Washington; today’s majority can swiftly become tomorrow’s minority. But regardless of which party controls the agenda and the gavels of Congress, it remains imperative for...


December 23, 2013

Wishing You the Best

It doesn’t matter whether you are a bass fisherman in Alabama or a pheasant hunter in South Dakota. America’s century-old commitment to conservation has been driven by sportsmen like you. Now is your chance...


May 7, 2013

We Can Do Better

Normally I post deep thoughts about matters of conservation policy. Today I will rant. Just over a week ago I met two friends, packed up the car in Washington, D.C., and headed for Pennsylvania’s...


April 30, 2013

The TRCP and Guns

Now that the gun debate in Congress has died down, I wanted to address those questions that we got along the lines of “why hasn’t the TRCP taken a position?” The TRCP was created...


January 29, 2013

Setting Priorities and Taking Names

Leadership, tenacity and foresight are three traits of Theodore Roosevelt’s that I most admire. T.R. embodied a certain largeness of character that is, of course, not unusual for many in the political arena. But while the man certainly...


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