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Anti-hunting bigotry wins in California

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Anti-hunting bigotry wins in California

The California Fish and Game Commission on Wednesday ousted President Daniel Richards in the wake of a controversy that involved something perfectly acceptable just about anywhere but the Golden State.

Some here are worried the problem of political correctness dominating fish and game management decisions could spread northward, if it hasn’t already.

Richards’ offense was that he killed a mountain lion on a hunting trip in Idaho and a photo of his success appeared in a popular outdoor newspaper. Cougar hunting is illegal in California – a state where the big cats have been responsible for a couple of deaths in recent years – while it remains legal elsewhere in the West.

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