The Politically Correct Hunter

This handy volume, can easily accompany one to the privy, where one can study such themes as 'Preparing For The Hunt', General Etiquette', Womyn in The Bush', 'True Stories' and much more.

Author: M. J. Goodbush

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 9781552129968

Category: Humor

Page: 192

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Humourous stories and words of wisdom for the politically correct hunter.

The Politically Incorrect Guide to Hunting

A hunter defends the ethical aspects of hunting, discussing why hunting is necessary, how it works to conserve certain groups of animals, why environmentalists support hunting, and how hunting is statistically less dangerous than sports.

Author: Frank Miniter

Publisher: Regnery Publishing

ISBN: 9781596985216

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 269

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A hunter defends the ethical aspects of hunting, discussing why hunting is necessary, how it works to conserve certain groups of animals, why environmentalists support hunting, and how hunting is statistically less dangerous than sports.

Politically Correct Hunting

Politically Correct Hunting unveils the threats to hunting and its future. Author Ken Jacobson defends hunting in a humorous, death-can-be-fun style. Ken Jacobson is a hunter activist.

Author: Ken Jacobson


ISBN: 0936783141

Category: Humor

Page: 159

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Politically Correct Hunting unveils the threats to hunting and its future. Author Ken Jacobson defends hunting in a humerous, death-can-be-fun style. Ken Jacobson is a hunter activist. He takes issue with environmental extermists, nature-fakers, giving human characteristicts to animals, tree and bunny huggers, the political manipulation of hunters and the management of our game animals.

Positive Tourism in Africa

panic that accompanies reports of trophy hunting, hunters' language choices constitute efforts to sanitise hunting and achieve a degree of political correctness. As Graham (2015) asserts, 'management' or 'harvesting' are politically ...

Author: Mucha Mkono

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429767722

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 288

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Positive Tourism in Africa provides a crucial counter-narrative to the prevailing colonial and reductionist perspective on Africa’s tourism trajectory and future. It offers a uniquely optimistic outlook for tourism in Africa whilst acknowledging the many challenges that African countries continue to grapple with. By examining broad and localized empirical studies, conceptual frameworks, culturally centered paradigms, and innovative methodological approaches for African contexts, this book showcases the many facets of tourism in Africa that illustrate hope, resilience, growth, and survival. This volume explores themes such as community-based tourism, wildlife tourism, tourism governance and leadership, crisis recovery, regional integration, the role of indigenous knowledge, event tourism and the impact of smart technologies. It acknowledges the challenges and opportunities for growth that exist in these various contexts and explores how tourism creates value for the spectrum of its participants. Including a wide selection of contributions from diverse authors, many of them African, this book offers an Afro-centric interpretation of tourism phenomena. It will be of great interest to students, researchers and academics in the field of Tourism and African Studies, as well as Development Studies and Geography.

Militarism Hunting Imperialism

The promotion, power, reputation and influence of Alfred Sharpe and Robert Thorn Coryndon, for example, owed much to their appropriately timed 'politically correct' attitudes to hunting within the 'imperial enterprise'.

Author: J.A. Mangan

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317969594

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 244

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The late Victorian and Edwardian officer class viewed hunting and big game hunting in particular, as a sound preparation for imperial warfare. For the imperial officer in the making, the ‘blooding’ hunting ritual was a visible ‘hallmark’ of stirling martial masculinity. Sir Henry Newbolt, the period poet of subaltern self-sacrifice, typically considered hunting as essential for the creation of a ‘masculine sporting spirit’ necessary for the consolidation and extension of the empire. Hunting was seen as a manifestation of Darwinian masculinity that maintained a pre-ordained hierarchical order of superordinate and subordinate breeds. Militarism, Hunting, Imperialism examines these ideas under the following five sections: martial imperialism: the self-sacrificial subaltern ‘blooding’ the middle class martial male the imperial officer, hunting and war martial masculinity proclaimed and consolidated martial masculinity adapted and adjusted. This book was published as a special issue of the International Journal of the History of Sport.

The Fortune Hunters

A fter the feminist shenanigans of recent decades , it is not politically correct to speak of great fortune hunters unless you're referring to those who dive into the ocean to hunt for sunken treasure . Yet many of the most dynamic ...

Author: Charlotte Hays

Publisher: St. Martin's Press

ISBN: 1429917431

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 256

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From Madame de Pompadour, the famed mistress of Louis XV, to Pamela Harriman, who married into the English aristocracy and the American plutocracy, there is a rich history of women who have found glamour and wealth in the arms of a billionaire. But contrary to what you may think, fortune hunting is no idle pursuit. Like diving for treasure, it's a real job. Some women strive to be CEOs; others prefer to wed them. You'll meet today's dazzling successes in this book. What kind of woman does it take to make the Midas marriage? Exploring the lives of the great fortune hunters of our day, reporter and former gossip columnist Charlotte Hays answers this tantalizing question. You'll learn about the South Carolina woman who took a trip around the world with a shadowy shipping magnate, only to meet and marry a philandering marquis. You'll see what methods these women use to lure their powerful men, including one playful fortune seeker who, at a very high-society soirée, hurled a piece of bread at her intended beau, starting a food fight. You'll meet the New York socialite who remarried so quickly after a divorce, her ex claimed she was a bigamist. What are their recipes for riches? Can a genuinely nice woman pursue this career? What does love have to do with it? With original interviews and photos, Hays casts a light on the determination, skill, and---yes, sometimes---ruthlessness that have shaped some of the most successful---and lucrative---unions of our time.

The Shadow Falls Witch Hunter 3

“I heard Macclemore Senior saying that we shouldn't be called witch-hunters anymore. That it's not politically correct.” Molly stated in a grown-up voice. Kristen snorted. “Sure, whatever.” “You don't think so?

Author: K.S. Marsden

Publisher: K.S. Marsden

ISBN: 9781370295067



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~The thrilling finale of the Witch-Hunter trilogy~ Hunter Astley has always known that he is different: being a witch-hunter that can use magic has sealed his fate. He must destroy the Shadow Witch once and for all, with the help of some unlikely allies. We delve even deeper into the world of the Malleus Maleficarum; into myth, rumour and history that refuses to stay in the past.

Prey Into Hunter

In this book Maurice Bloch synthesises a radical theory of religion.

Author: Maurice Bloch

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521423120

Category: Religion

Page: 117

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In this book Maurice Bloch synthesises a radical theory of religion.

The Reluctant Pilgrim

I invite you just once to utter those two words—“recreational killing”—to a hunter and stand back for the reaction. In my case, the hunter's first manic reaction was to accuse me of being “politically correct.” What?

Author: Roger L. Welsch

Publisher: U of Nebraska Press

ISBN: 9780803274259

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 264

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Forty years ago, while paging through a book sent as an unexpected gift from a friend, Roger Welsch came across a curious reference to stones that were round, “like the sun and moon.” According to Tatonka-ohitka, Brave Buffalo (Sioux), these stones were sacred. “I make my request of the stones and they are my intercessors,” Brave Buffalo explained. Moments later, another friend appeared at Welsch’s door bearing yet another unusual gift: a perfectly round white stone found on top of a mesa in Colorado. So began Welsch’s lesson from stones, gifts that always presented themselves unexpectedly: during a walk, set aside in an antique store, and in the mail from complete strangers. The Reluctant Pilgrim shares a skeptic’s spiritual journey from his Lutheran upbringing to the Native sensibilities of his adoptive families in both the Omaha and Pawnee tribes. Beginning with those round stones, increasing encounters during his life prompted Welsch to confront a new way of learning and teaching as he was drawn inexorably into another world. Confronting mainstream contemporary culture’s tendency to dismiss the magical, mystical, and unexplained, Welsch shares his personal experiences and celebrates the fact that even in our scientific world, “Something Is Going On,” just beyond our ken.

A View from a Tall Hill

control hunters, professional hunters – white hunters, as they were generally called until the politically correct 1980s – and game wardens. Tony Henley is a good example. He was a licensed professional hunter in Africa for more than ...

Author: Terry Wieland

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781510737143

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 432

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africa; hunting; short stories; sporting Robert Ruark was perhaps the most renowned safari writer of the twentieth century. As a respected columnist and author during his lifetime, his writings have influenced thousands of hunters to travel to Africa to see the places that Ruark immortalized in his writings. Despite his impact, Ruark only wrote for a period of fifteen years, but it was a time where he lived his life to its fullest potential. He travelled all across the world in order to see and do everything he could dream of, but it was in East Africa that he came to find a spiritual home. As the area became increasingly independent of colonial rule, Ruark predicted the economic, social, and political ruin that has since been the daily reality of the region. In this detailed account of Ruark’s life, Terry Wieland has written a definitive book on Ruark, the restless traveler, and the times in which he lived, as well as his lifelong fascination with Africa.

In the Shadows of the Morning

Big-game animals are not cash crops, and we hunters should avoid the politically correct obfuscations that muddle speech in our universities and in the media.) There were two reasons i limited myself to caribou. The first was practical: ...

Author: Philip Caputo

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781493012282

Category: Travel

Page: 328

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Philip Caputo's passion for travel and adventure was inspired by the works of Joseph Conrad, Jack London, and Herman Melville, and through the years this passion led to a rugged writer's life, filled with hair-raising experiences in the jungles of Vietnam, the rubble of Beirut, and the savannas of Africa. In the Shadows of the Morning collects Caputo's essays for the first time, each imbued with the powerful and memorable writing for which he has become so well known. In "The Ahab Complex," Caputo recalls a life-and-death struggle with a majestic giant blue marlin off the coast of Florida whose quarter-ton body "lit up as if a gigantic light had flashed in the water." He recounts his travels in Kenya's largest national park among the only lions to have a natural tendency to stalk and eat human beings, and where the accounts of their gruesome escapades invaded his dreams. In the title piece, he reflects on a harrowing trip down the Alaskan river that nearly claimed his son's life, nature's indifference to human loss, and an evocative account of letting go. In the Shadows of the Morning is a fascinating journey through a lifetime of profound experiences. Adventurers and lovers of great writing will welcome this collection of finely crafted essays by one of America's most gifted writers.

The Predator and Varmint Hunter s Guidebook

Tactics, skills and gear for successful predator & varmint hunting Patrick Meitin. accuracy. ... Finally, lead-free bullets are making inroads as environmental awareness make them increasingly politically correct.

Author: Patrick Meitin

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9781440248528

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 272

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Tactics, skills and gear for successful predator and varmint hunting! If you are interested at all in predator and varmint hunting--whether it's your first season, or your 50th season--this is the book you need! Predators and varmints offer many fun and affordable ways to enjoy the shooting sports with almost year-round hunting opportunities. In an age of escalating costs and difficult access to quality big-game licenses and hunting properties, predator and varmint hunting keeps hunters and shooters engaged in their favorite pastimes. From small ground squirrels and prairie dogs to freezer-filling wild hogs and potentially lucrative coyotes and bobcats, nowhere else can the firearms enthusiast receive so much shooting opportunity. The Guidebook will teach you about the many different varmints and predators available to hunt around the country, in addition to the best tactics, rifles, handguns, optics, ammunition and more, to employ for hunting success. Features: • Overview of the many species of varmints and predators in North America • Proven hunting and shooting tactics for the most popular species • Long-range shooting tips and tactics • Insights into the rifles, handguns, gear and optics used by top predator and varmint hunters, including suppressors and airguns • In-depth discussion of the best cartridges for predator and varmint hunting • Expert advice on handloading many popular cartridges • Equipment directory featuring the latest hunting and shooting gear

Hunter s Moon

Bill gun to his shoulder and swings the barrel smoothly right to left, left to right. ... had heartbeats has proven futile; so now, when some politically correct tyrant asks how I can shoot innocent creatures, I answer, “Can't help it.

Author: Philip Caputo

Publisher: Henry Holt and Company

ISBN: 9781627794770

Category: Fiction

Page: 224

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"Powerful....Caputo's wisdom runs deep. Few writers have better captured the emotional lives of men." —The New York Times Book Review From Philip Caputo—the author of A Rumor of War, The Longest Road, and Some Rise By Sin—comes a captivating mosaic of stories set in a small town where no act is private and the past is never really past Hunter’s Moon is set in Michigan’s wild, starkly beautiful Upper Peninsula, where a cast of recurring characters move into and out of each other’s lives, building friendships, facing loss, confronting violence, trying to bury the past or seeking to unearth it. Once-a-year lovers, old high-school buddies on a hunting trip, a college professor and his wayward son, a middle-aged man and his grief-stricken father, come together, break apart, and, if they’re fortunate, find a way forward. Hunter’s Moon offers an engaging, insightful look at everyday lives but also a fresh perspective on the way men navigate in today’s world.

Ed McBain Evan Hunter

Although the kind of attention paid to Willa's size, in the context of a circus that, in the old days, would have labeled her a “freak,” is no longer politically correct, she nevertheless is praised for her beauty and grace and spoken ...

Author: Erin E. MacDonald

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 9780786489480

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 404

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One of the most prolific crime writers of the last century, Evan Hunter published more than 120 novels from 1952 to 2005 under a variety of pseudonymns. He also wrote several teleplays and screenplays, including Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds, and the 1954 novel The Blackboard Jungle. When the Mystery Writers of America named Hunter a Grand Master, he gave the designation to his alter ego, Ed McBain, best known for his long-running police procedural series about the detectives of the 87th Precinct. This comprehensive companion provides detailed information about all of Evan Hunter’s/Ed McBain’s works, characters, and recurring themes. From police detective and crime stories to dramatic novels and films, this reference celebrates the vast body of literature of this versatile writer.

The Hunter s Devotional

Ezekiel's calling required an approach that would not qualify today as politically correct. Yet I'm sure if he were here today, it would not stop him from being obedient to God's command to speak the truth to whoever he was told to say ...

Author: Steve Chapman

Publisher: Harvest House Publishers

ISBN: 9780736967051

Category: Religion

Page: 256

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Filled with personal stories from Steve Chapman's years of experience hunting and fishing, this collection of devotions is written with wit and wisdom, sharing with readers faith lessons learned through the illustrations God's creation provides. The perfect companion, The Hunter's Devotional will add a meaningful depth of spirituality to your hunting trips.

Hunting People

Thirty Years of Interviews with the Famous Hunter Davies. thing is: does it show? If a sexually frustrated fellow, ... I don'tsuckupto politically correct opinion. Several Pakistaniswroteto support me.' In Perth and Kinross,you have ...

Author: Hunter Davies

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 9781780570099

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 256

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Hunter Davies's first major interview was with John Masefield for The Sunday Times in 1963. In the years since, he has interviewed many of the most famous people that the late twentieth century has to offer, from James Baldwin and Orson Welles to Jack Nicholson and Salman Rushdie. in an eclectic and highly readable selection, we learn that Noel Coward enjoyed watching operations and considered himself 'about as decadent as a suet pudding', David Hockney dyed his hair because 'blonds have more fun', and Anthony Burgess had yet to touch the body of an Englishwoman. Christy Brown concedes 'I'm just a run-of-the-mill genius', while Alan Sugar admits 'I'm a miserable sod'. The book opens with a specially written introduction in which Hunter Davies explores the art of the Celebrity Interview, and turns the tables to interview fellow practitioners, such as Lynn Barber and Angela Lambert.

The Bears of Manley

Adventures of an Alaskan Trophy Hunter in Search of the Ultimate Symbol Sarkis Atamian. I. Foreword. was born and grew into manhood when hunting was politically correct. Looking back, with a halfcentury of hunting perspective, ...

Author: Sarkis Atamian

Publisher: Publication Consultants

ISBN: 9781594331886

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 448

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The Bears of Manley, a 448 page, perfect bound book by Alaskan, Sarkis Atamian, is exciting entertainment for hunters. This is not a typical Joe Hunter went afield, stalked his quarry, shot his trophy, hunting book. The Bears of Manley includes stories of an Alaskan trophy hunter and his quest for the ultimate trophy and his hunts which did not go as planned. The book also gives enlightening and absorbing answers to animal activists, and a stirring response to antihunters. Sarkis Atamian's numerous academic research papers and articles, concerning the philosophy and psychology of hunting, has contributed to Mr. Atamian being a recognized authority in the field.

The Night Hunter s Prey

A politically correct version with an oak leaf cluster was substituted. Helmut had been awarded the Iron Cross 2nd Class in September 1939 which had been 'upgraded' to 1st Class in May 1940 and this, The Knight's Cross level, ...

Author: Iain Gordon Carmichael

Publisher: Casemate Publishers

ISBN: 9781473882522

Category: History

Page: 272

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This is the story of two airmen an RAF Rear Gunner and a Luftwaffe Pilot. Alexander Ollar was raised in the Highlands of Scotland. He became an exceptional sporting shot and volunteered as an RAF Air Gunner in 1939. Helmut Lent enrolled for pilot training in the Luftwaffe as soon as he was old enough. Both were men of integrity and honour. Alec completed his first tour of 34 operations with 115 Squadron and was awarded the Distinguished Flying Medal by the King. After a year as an instructor, Alec was commissioned and returned to 115 Squadron as Gunnery Leader. He took part in the first 1,000 bomber raid and is described by his Squadron Commander as the best rear gunner he has ever flown with. At the same time Helmut was building up an impressive score of victories as a night fighter pilot and a national hero who was decorated by the Fhrer. In July 1942, just as both men reach the apex of their careers, they meet for the first time in the night skies over Hamburg. As this fascinating book reveals, only one will survive.

The BBC Hunters

Some believe it's too pro-establishment; some think it's too politically correct; for some, it's too right-wing, others, too socialist. You only need pick up the tabloids to realise its denigration's a kind of national cottage industry.

Author: James Ward

Publisher: Cool Millennium


Category: Fiction

Page: 253

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2019. Russia's Web Brigades have created a divided West, but both the European and the American intelligence services are getting wise to their tactics. When Stanislav Kuznetsov, the FSB’s Director of Overseas Strategic Affairs, entrusts a group of young idealists with the task of devising the next phase in the disruption of Russia’s enemies, little does he suspect that six weeks later, they’ll come up with a plan to suborn the British Broadcasting Corporation. His first reaction is mingled incredulity and exasperation. Have they taken leave of their senses? But then he studies the details. And actually, it’s not as far-fetched as it looks. In fact it's entirely workable. It might even be worth passing off as his own idea... Which, technically speaking, is intellectual property theft, and certain to offend the hard-working members of his young focus group. One night, by way of showing how angry they are, they all disappear from Moscow simultaneously. Which is bad enough. But what makes it far worse is that there’s evidence to suggest they’re intent on contacting a British MI7 agent called John Mordred. Talk about getting their revenge. This could be the crisis to end all crises. Heads will definitely roll.

Hunter s Moon

When he stopped referring to terrorists as “Muslim extremists,” insisting that “Islamicist killers” was more accurate, he drew fire from both parties in our politically correct Congress. It got worse when a reporter from Al Jazeera ...

Author: Randy Wayne White

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9781101207048

Category: Fiction

Page: 352

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Doc Ford saves a former President of the United States from assassination-and regrets it. Months ago, Kal Wilson's wife was killed in a plane crash. President Wilson is sure it was no accident-and he wants revenge. He needs Doc Ford to spring him loose from the watchful eye of the Secret Service, keep him alive, then get him home. Ford has just been picked for presidential duty- whether he likes it or not.