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Guns and Kids (Monday, September 30, 2013)


Are you committing a crime?

Because you want to protect your family, and if you will recall from our previous blog that you are most likely a member of the Reserve Militia of Texas; you most likely own a gun.


Well, depending on how your guns are stored, you could be committing a crime right now without even realizing it.


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Texas Open Carry Laws  (Monday, October 21, 2013)


He’s Got a Gun!

Nothing sparks public fear more than the idea that someone has a gun.  One could argue that the public fears because the public likely isn’t armed as well.  Well, why aren’t you armed?


You do not have to have a concealed handgun license to be armed.  In fact, you can even carry some firearms in open view...


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Jaywalking Grandma (Monday, December 30, 2013)


Did the Reindeer Have the Right of Way?

Over the holidays, I’m sure you heard about the tragedy when Grandma got run over by a reindeer.  Since Grandma was a pedestrian, didn’t she have the right of way?


Well the facts surrounding her demise are sparse, but we can make some inferences to determine who had the right of way.  


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Concealed Carry on Campus (Monday, Feb 24, 2014)


My Gun’s In My Car!

You finally turned 21 and immediately obtained your Concealed Handgun License (CHL).  You begin carrying your gun everywhere, and even keep a spare in your car.


You know that you cannot carry your concealed gun with you when you go to class, but what about the one hidden in your car?


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Disorderly Fans (Monday, April 14, 2014)


Take me out to the ball game!

Take me out with the crowd! Buy me some peanuts and cracker jacks, I don’t care if I never get back!


It’s springtime, which means Baseball season is just getting started. Not only is your family planning on attending a Texas Ranger’s game next weekend, but your son just told you he wants to play little league…


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To Park or Not to Park (Thursday, April 13, 2017)


It Was Just for a Second!

It’s pouring rain outside, and you just need to quickly dash into the store.  The only parking spot that is remotely close to the entrance is the wheelchair accessible one. 


You debate whether or not you should park there just ...


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