Don’t mess with Texas has never been in more full of swing after this week. The tragedy in Sutherland Springs being halted by a hero who put himself at risk to defend the congregation and now this story of a homeowner defending himself and his property from a would-be burglar.
Many of you have likely heard of the October 9th shooting at Texas Tech, which left one police officer dead and an entire student body shocked and disgusted. What you might not have heard yet, is that some folks are trying to blame this shooting on Texas’ Campus Carry law, well let’s just see if […]
There are plenty of things you shouldn’t do in Texas, forget the Alamo, not like BBQ, wear layers in the summer, but maybe the most important thing you should avoid doing in the Lone Star State is stealing another person’s belongings, because there is a very good chance that that person has a firearm and […]
On the morning of September 11, the Dallas neighborhood of Oak Lawn was shocked to have their morning routine interrupted by the sounds of gunshots and sirens after a shooting occurred at the 3300 block of Oak Lawn Avenue. The reason behind this shooting? A concealed carrier was in the process of saving his life.
Texas A&M is one of several Texas colleges in the news for their campus carry law. However, due to one person’s boneheaded decision making, they are in the news for all of the wrong reasons.
Even in these trying times of disaster, there are still certain people who will jump at the opportunity to use the guise of chaos to steal and hurt other neighbors who are simply trying to survive.
Way back in 2015, Trenton Eugene Sinyard got the not so bright idea to burglarize a house in the state of Texas. On Friday, August 18th he was sentenced in a court for his foolhardy act.
The Texas County Sheriff’s Office announced an incident that occurred in Licking on the night of Wednesday, July 5th. According to Sheriff James Sigman, the shooting that occurred is being treated as a self-defense shooting due to the nature of it.
The Texas State House has tentatively approved a measure that will reduce the fee for a license to carry in the state by $100.
A gunman opened fire on a paramedic team in Dallas on Monday morning while the paramedic was already treating a civilian suffering from another gunshot wound.