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Out-of-state and foreign visitors to the Alamo are in for a write-home-about-it treat tomorrow: Hundreds, possibly thousands, of gun-toting activists are showing up for a “family friendly,” “open carry” rally and march dubbed “Line in the Sand.”
I expected a tea party rally with heavy security. Or at least an information booth on outfitting your bunker for the coming race wars. But no. The NRA exhibits were nerdy good times for people who think guns are interesting.
It’s one week left of the Legislature, and lawmakers are cramming last-minute laws into the session like it’s the night before their final exams.
Kyle Coplen, the 29-year-old student who started the Armed Citizen Project, seems to be having fun messing with the Texas media.
House members weren’t the only ones in Texas oozing over, I mean making a stand for guns. Gov. Rick Perry made media waves with his dramatic introduction at the National Rifle Association convention on Friday.
In the wake of Sandy Hook and other gun tragedies, many state legislatures are passing stricter gun regulations. But not in Texas. The Texas […]
His plan would cost about $1.6 billion over the next two years and he said the “money does more good in the hands of taxpayers than it does in the hands of government,” reported the Dallas Morning News.
Whatever the risks, there will undoubtedly soon be more guns in Texas schools.