The right to bear arms wasn’t one of the five emergency items outlined in Gov. Greg Abbott’s State of the State address in February, […]
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Opponents of open carry and campus carry say their access to lawmakers has sometimes been limited, even as the most extreme gun activists get meetings with top elected officials.
Gun rights activists just aren’t what they used to be.
In this week’s WTF Friday: Brian Birdwell, gangster rapper. Did Jesus open carry? A theological meditation. Snakes. Frats. The war of Northern Aggression.
Bills to allow Texans to carry guns on college campuses, and unconcealed handguns in public, passed out of a Senate committee today.
Open carry activist Kory Watkins warned legislators this morning that “treason is punishable by death,” and added that new tactics were coming.
Dan Patrick had his first serious screw-up as Lt. Gov. when he acknowledged that open carry faces long odds in the Legislature—and he didn’t handle it well.
The mere suggestion of the reappearance of WTF Friday caused the state to lose it. We’re sorry. EMPs, Cuckoldry, the KKK, and Kory Watkins.
Dozens of gun rights activists gathered in front of the Capitol Monday morning to voice their support for a bill that would end Texas’ 144-year ban on the open carry of handguns.
For a year, supporters of gun-owners’ right to Open Carry have been mobilizing. Now, the Texas Legislature may be preparing to act on their demands.