That’s right, an whole bevy of new laws from the 83rd Texas Legislative session went into effect yesterday.
This tweet here really wraps up the extent to which Liberals will tie themselves up into hypocritical-knots when attempting to use logic
You’ve heard the old saying “birds of a feather flock together.” It’s the reason that the majority of MSNBC’s viewers (all 17 of ‘em) are unhinged Liberals. It’s the reason that the majority of the readers and commenters at the Huffing-and-puffington Post and the Daily Kos are far left Progressives. If Talking Points Memo polled [...]
I’m good with this. If you want your former employer and the tax payers of Texas to help you out until you can find another job, then the least you can do is promise not to spend that money on drugs.
It started with this guy calling a couple of Democrat state Senators “heroes” — a term I found not befitting of anybody in the Texas Lege.
Michael Quinn Sullivan at Texans for Fiscal Responsibility has been doing his damnedest to keep us informed and fighting on our behalf:
This is by design, folks. Mostly because Joe Straus 1) is not a Conservative, but he is 2) a coward. If his hair was on fire, I’d piss all over his leg.
I guess asking our legislators to act with honor and integrity is asking too much of them, huh?
Me? I already mostly carry in an OWB holster, covered by long, untucked work shirts. I’d continue to carry mostly OWB, but now could also wear t-shirts, tucked in button downs, or any other shirt I wanted without fear of exposing my handgun.
All-in-all, these are good bills in that they seek to expand our second amendment rights, rather than diminish them.