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Texas Branded Livestock (Monday, August 12, 2013)



So you’re a rough and tough cowboy/cowgirl, or you’re a city slicker wanting to get back to your Texas roots, and you’ve decided to get you some livestock.


You know from the movies that you’re supposed to “brand” your livestock, but you don’t know where to start.  You’ve already got plenty of...


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The Ethical Attorney (Monday, August 26, 2013)


Myth: Lawyers Have No Regard for Ethics.

The legal profession has gotten a bad rap over the years, and not altogether unwarranted.  Attorneys are seen as unethical, insensitive, money-loving, grudge-holding egotists, who love nothing more than to run over anyone in their path.


While this may be an overstatement (or, maybe not) I think it’s safe to say that many people do not love attorneys.


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Labor Day Laborers (Monday, September 2, 2013)


Oh the Irony!

Labor Day marks the unofficial end of summer, and retailers always mark this occasion with deals, sales, and savings.  After all, federal holidays are best spent shopping.


While you are shopping, you give pause to consider the irony of what is happening.  By shopping, you are requiring other people to... 


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Texas Zombie Laws (Monday, October 28, 2013)


Are They Dead or Alive?

The zombies are coming, what can I do?  Are they dead or alive? What is the difference?  Can I hunt them?  How can I protect myself?  We will answer all these questions and more. 


First things first, are the zombies dead or alive?  If the zombie is in Texas, then Texas law applies, whether dead or un-dead.


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Brew Beer at Home (Monday, November 25, 2013)


Pass Me a Cold One

Few things are as enjoyable as a beer with your best friend after a hard day of honest work.


Have you ever considered brewing your own beer?  Worried that it’s illegal?  Let’s discuss the legalities of brewing beer at home, as well as how much you can brew.


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Texas Vaccine Requirements (Monday, December 2, 2013)


To Vaccinate or Not to Vaccinate…

The debate as to whether or not vaccines are safe has burned on for years.  Some believe vaccine’s should be mandatory, while some believe it should be their choice.


However, are you aware that Texas has laws that require vaccinations?  Did you know that there are exemptions to these mandatory... 


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