National Forests are public land, and hunting on them is a privilege, not a right. When hunters go into National Forests to kill the animals they find there, the least we can do is to require them to use ammunition that doesn’t spread toxins into the ecosystem, killing wildlife that the hunters weren’t even aiming at.
Though there are many problems in the world, not everything is falling apart. For six titmice who had been growing in a hole in a maple tree outside my home, things are looking much brighter today.
What does Tweety Bird represent? Is there some deeper cultural meaning to Tweety Bird that I don’t understand?