Big wins for gun owners in Texas after Governor Greg Abbott signed into law a number of pro-gun legislation. While the NRA is celebrating the wins, others are disappointed. Below are a list of the laws that were signed and go into effect on Sep. 1 of this year. House Bill 1177: Allows Texans […]
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A Travis County District Court judge agreed with the lawsuit filed against Austin City Hall contending that officials were in breach of laws protecting 2nd Amendment rights. Paxton’s office was notified of the issue by Michael Cargill, a Texas state Concealed Handgun License instructor and owner of a local gun store. In 2015, Cargill had […]
As has been said many times on this website and throughout history in general, “Don’t mess with Texas” or more specifically, don’t mess with armed Texans. A recent incident involving a burglar in Katy has become prime proof of that statement.
A Dallas mother was faced with one of the most fearsome moments a parent could be a part of on the 4th of July, as a carjacker attempted to steal her car with her two young children inside.
A Houston man is no longer a threat to his former family following a violent attempt at abusing his wife in front of his children. Thankfully for the victim, not only was she ready and willing to take action, but her young children were as well.
A planned shop for the Woodlands area just North of Houston has an entirely new idea for coffee that they are hoping will catch on around the nation. The idea that coffee is best served when it packs a little extra heat
It’s one of a parent’s worst nightmares to feel like your children’s lives are being threatened, but that was a reality that Laura Williams, a Limestone County resident was faced with. Luckily for her and her child, however, she was armed for the showdown.
Domestic violence is still sadly prevalent in the United States in this day and age, but every so often rather than the tragedy of a string of abuse going unanswered a woman will defend herself and show that she will not put up with being consistently assaulted.
The incident we’re taking a look at here involves a fatal shooting that took place in East Dallas last Tuesday afternoon.
An El Paso resident was forced to defend his home against an invader in the early morning hours of March 23rd. Thankfully he was armed at the time.