(Another?) New AR15 Round – The .375 Reaper
I know there really is enough rounds for the AR platform that it will give you a headache just from trying to keep up. Now there is yet another round in R&D out there. Although the .375 Reaper is still in its infancy, there are various AR forums that... Read more
Bill to Stop BLM Land Grab in Texas
HOUSTON, Texas—Congressman Mac Thornberry (R-TX) and Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) announced the joint filing of legislation that should settle the land dispute between the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and Texas landowners. The bill follows the BLM’s reassertion last week regarding federal ownership and control of the disputed land.... Read more
Tennessee Park Ranger Fired for This Video of Him Dancing on the Job
Deryl Nelson said he has been dancing on the job for years to make visitors smile, but it was “the dancing park ranger’s” moves that recently landed him into hot water with his employer. Melissa Parsons, who recently visited Coolidge Park in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and filmed Nelson getting down... Read more
Anti-Gun Columnist Asks If It’s Time for the Government to Kill “Gun Nuts”
Here is an excerpt from a column by Susie Madrak over at CrooksandLiars.com, But Perlstein doesn’t mention the big honkin’ elephant in the room: Namely, at what point does the federal government literally go to war with its own citizens? Because we’re not talking about bank robbers here, we’re... Read more
How This Mysterious Clam Puts on an Underwater Light Show
The first time Lindsey Dougherty saw the shimmery, lightning lips of the Ctenoides ales file clam, she was diving in Indonesia with her sister. When she surfaced, she remembers saying, “I’m going to do a Ph.D on this! I’m in love!” Dougherty, now at the University of California, Berkeley,... Read more
Texas State Aquarium Announces Plans for Big Expansion
KiiiTV.com South Texas, Corpus Christi, Coastal Bend The Texas State Aquarium made a big announcement on Wednesday. They are ready to move forward with with the largest expansion in the Aquariums 24-year history. About half a million people visit the Texas State Aquarium every year. With the new expansion,... Read more
Fisherman says recent catch was largest bull shark he’s seen
PANAMA CITY — It took almost 45 minutes to bring the shark into the boat, with two men pulling on the heavy rope. When they watched the balloon drop into the water, they knew they had a large shark on the line. They did not know it was 8... Read more
Ethical debate takes big turn in bowhunting
There may have been no more acute observer of the outdoors and hunting than Aldo Leopold, author of the iconic A Sand County Almanac. In a 1943 essay, Wildlife in American Culture, he wrote, “then came the gadgeteer, otherwise known as the sporting-goods dealer. He has draped the American... Read more