Sandra Smith: Balance is the key word there, because it’s difficult to find a good place to hunt when you live in the city.Fortunately, I have access to farmland in upper Wisconsin—I’m originally from Chicago, and so is my husband. SS: For me, my love of nature, land, and conservationism all started as a kid.
Then, one of my first dates with my now-husband, he took me skeet shooting. They’re so inspiring, and the intuitiveness of a gun dog is admirable. And, going back to hunting in general, my other favorite part is my love of the land and conservationism. “A Sand County Almanac” is a book I think everyone should read. We researched where we were going to get the dog for several years before we found a champion blood line out of Reno, Nevada.Why she’d make a good replacement: Bream has also filled in for Kelly on The Kelly File, and she occasionally serves as a substitute anchor on every Wednesday, initially specialized in business (she got her start reporting equities and derivatives markets for Bloomberg), which means she doesn’t do much by way of political commentary. “Can you just not have a conversation on a college campus anymore without someone being offended or having to delete a Facebook post where someone shares their opinion?But on an episode of that aired in August, Smith wondered out loud whether liberals were shuttering free speech. ” Best known for: Co-hosting Outnumbered, in which four female panelists sit down with a rotating male guest.OL: As a hunter living in Manhattan, I bet you run into anti-hunters now and then. They see it as people holding guns and going out just to kill.They don’t see what it takes to care for the land and what it takes to attract these animals and maintain the habitat.