The other day, I got the most recent issue of The Sentry from the US Sportsmen's Alliance. Here are some financial figures about anti-hunting and anti-fishing groups that are enough to make you puke: "Animal rights organizations have perfected the art of soliciting money from animal lovers; many well-meaning contributors are unaware of how their donations are used. They assume it goes for animal care when often the donations are applied to more fundraising, high salaries and overhead costs." Here is how much money these anti-hunting/fishing organizations made in 2004: Humane Society of the US $78.5 million ASPCA $50.2 million PETA $28.9 million International Fund for Animal Welfare $13 million Amercan Humane Assoc $12.3 million Friends of Animals $5.1 million Anyone think that this is a major concern? Are our hunting and fishing privileges in jeopardy? My answer is definitely YES.