AHP #117 – Daniel Huppert From The Australian Sovereignty Party

AHP117 - Daniel HuppertThe fourth podcast for the AHP 2016 federal election special is Daniel Huppert from the Australian Sovereignty Party. Daniel is running in the 2016 federal election as an independent contesting the seat of Aston in Victoria.

Daniel shares his thoughts, interests, and opinions on:

  • What the ASP stand for
  • The ASP core ideology
  • The ASP firearms policy
  • How the ASP got started
  • If he has a firearms licence
  • If he hunts and shoots

There’s more, but we’ll let you discover it as you listen to this new episode of the Australian Hunting Podcast.

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AHP #116 – Debbie Robinson From The Australian Liberty Alliance

AHP116 - Debbie RobinsonThe third podcast for the AHP 2016 federal election special is Debbie Robinson from the Australian Liberty Alliance. Debbie joins AHP to discuss the ALA firearms platform and how it can be strengthened by your input.

Debbie shares her thoughts, interests, and opinions on:

  • What the ALA stand for
  • Why the ALA was formed
  • The ALA ideology
  • The ALA firearms policy
  • Self Defence in the home
  • How to help with the ALA firearms policy

There’s more, but we’ll let you discover it as you listen to this new episode of the Australian Hunting Podcast.

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AHP #115 – Liberal Democrats Senator David Leyonhjelm

AHP115 - David LeyonhjelmThe second podcast for the AHP 2016 federal election special is Liberal Democrats Senator, David Leyonhjelm. David has been in federal politics for just under 2 years and has stopped the Adler ban and secured Malabar Rifle Range on a 50 year tenure, removing any doubt as to the future of the range.

David shares his thoughts on:

  • What the LDP stand for
  • The 7 shot Adler Shotgun
  • His chances of remaining in Parliament
  • David Waters and the Goodyear debacle
  • Why you should vote for the LDP
  • What David has achieved for shooters in Parliament

There’s more, but we’ll let you discover it as you listen to this new episode of the Australian Hunting Podcast.

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AHP #114 – Robert Danieli Of The Australian Country Party

AHP114 - Robert DanieliThe first podcast for the AHP 2016 federal election special we have a chat with Robert Danieli from the Australian Country Party. Robert talks about agricultural resources in water management, and the gun laws in Australia.

Robert shares his thoughts on:

  • What The Country Party stands for
  • Registration of firearms in Australia
  • Over priced water resources
  • The monopoly on water resources
  • Agriculture and farmers products
  • The Adler Shotgun

There’s more, but we’ll let you discover it as you listen to this new episode of the Australian Hunting Podcast.

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Pro Shooters Continue Friendly Fire, But Calling Them Out Makes You The Problem

Friendly FireI wrote an article last week on Sporting Shooter Magazines Technical Editor Nick Harvey who sold out gun owners on gun rights. Poking around the internet it seems there were some hurt feelings, good! Facts don’t care about your feelings.

The amount of excuses flying around as to why Harvey wrote an “opinion” piece to the Daily Telegraph defies belief. Some people think Harvey is a living legend, really? I highly doubt that Nick Harvey wouldn’t last 5 seconds in an organisation like the NRA with opinion’s like that.

Marcus O’Dean the Sporting Shooter Magazine Editor has provided a myriad of excuses for Harvey on a hunting and shooting forum which doesn’t address the problem. Excuses just ingrain further apathy among shooters who are trying to make a difference.

The issue lies with pro gunners who say something that doesn’t support gun rights in the media. When they are taken to task on those comments they blame everybody else but themselves. We then become the enemy, and how dare we draw attention to their comments. Its our fault remember?

Those people under fire start calling for unity among shooters! Those who often preach unity are the ones least likely to practice it. Harvey and Sporting Shooter Magazine are the ones causing dis-unity, stand up and accept that fact, stop blaming others for your division!

Its time that people who would attempt to blame us for their media shortcomings stand up and take responsibility for their weak media presence and weak arguments they put forward.

Dont forget, how dare we want our rights back!

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