The president and his administration have done the right thing,” Gottlieb said. They are dealing with a national emergency while remembering that no malady, however severe, can nullify 2A rights.
The Trump administration and US Fish and Wildlife Service approved the import of a black rhino taken by a Michigan hunter in 2018 in the African country of Namibia.
A Trump administration decision to reopen lands near the Boundary Waters Wilderness to industrial mining drew strong criticism from BHA members.
In a recent announcement from The White House and the Department of the Interior, two national monuments will prioritize public use and access.
Calling today “a dark day” for the nation’s conservation legacy, Backcountry Hunters & Anglers excoriated an anticipated announcement by President Trump.
The BHA website compares a suite of actions by the Trump administration to the philosophy, attitudes and accomplishments of Roosevelt himself.
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton made the following statement regarding the Trump administration’s announcement to end of the DACA program.
Trump administration air travel costs $3.58 million, including travel by Melania Trump and Mike Pence; Obama family travel cost taxpayers at least $100,104,459.
Valuable fish and wildlife habitat, unique hunting and fishing opportunities at stake as administration deliberates the future of 27 monuments
Judicial Watch requested the Trump admin stop members of Congress and their staff from unlawfully purchasing, with taxpayer subsidies, health insurance through the D.C.’s small business exchange.
Judicial Watch announced today it submitted a comment opposing an OMB proposal to add new ethnic category to the 2020 U.S. Census.
Shortly after President Trump assumed the presidency, the Trump administration instructed officials at the EPA to freeze its grants and contracts.
BHA strongly criticized the proposal and called on members of Congress to undertake swift, decisive action in support of their constituents.
Former U.S. EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy says the proposal would be “crippling,” and “devastating for the agency’s ability to protect public health.”
On March 1, Ryan Zinke was confirmed as the 52nd Secretary of the Interior under the Trump Administration, with a bipartisan vote of 68 – 31 in the Senate.
On Feb. 9, the Sportsmen’s Alliance submitted comments to the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs seeking public clarification from the White House.