Texas Pro Gun Legislation

Two pro-gun bills have been introduced in the second special session called by Governor Rick Perry. But there’s very little time for lawmakers to act — the session only lasts until the end of the month. Unless they hear from you, the legislative leadership is certain to let these pro-gun bills die again. The first […]
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Concealed Carry Purses on Sale

Celebrate Summer  IT’S HOT pricing: Red, Orange & Yellow styles  Santa Fe – alligator texture dual locking zippers for right or left handed access  removable, adjustable holster for perfect fit & placement see website for list of interior features Santa Fe – alligator embossed leather RED HOT Palisade Iquana or smooth finish texture: Python color:  Lemonade use coupon […]
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Op-Ed: The revealing British newspaper poll nobody will hear about

By Alan GottliebWhen the British daily newspaper The Telegraph asked readers which of six suggested measures they would like to see introduced in the House of Commons, reader response was surprisingly tilted toward one significant proposal, but you probably won’t hear about it from the U.S. media. Of the six suggestions that included setting a […]
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Texas: Campus Carry Will NOT Be on Special Session Call

 From NRA-ILA 6/12/2013  Make sure to register your dissatisfaction with important government officials    While transportation, pro-life and juvenile justice issues have been added to the call for the current special session, the NRA has been informed that important Second Amendment issues such as campus carry will NOT be included. While Governor Rick Perry (R) […]
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Texas Legislature Passes Record Number of Pro-Gun Bills But Key Items Remain as “Unfinished Business”

 From NRA-ILA, 6/5/2013 The Texas Legislature adjourned its regular session on Memorial Day after passing fifteen pro-Second Amendment measures, and was immediately called back into special session by Governor Rick Perry to address the drawing of district lines in which federal and state lawmakers will run for re-election next year.  The Governor can add issue items […]
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