Political correctness rules our lives these days and while I’m all for equal opportunity, what about the right to bite and be bitten?
No, I haven’t crossed over to the Twilight world of vampires, wooden stakes, and werewolves, but where are equal rights when it comes to some of the wildlife that shares our great country?
Why is it considered acceptable for one or two species to regularly claim human lives, while another is hunted down and killed in retribution after what might be little more than a nip? If you are unlucky enough to be eaten or bitten by a creature...
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