Category: Politics

What it means to be Texan

Have you ever looked at a map of the world? Look at Texas with me just for a second. That picture, with the Panhandle and the Gulf Coast, and the Red River and the Rio Grande is as much a part of you as anything ever will be. As soon as anyone anywhere in the […]

Law-Abiding Citizens Ammo is at Risk

I’m a law-abiding citizen who owns firearms for my enjoyment. Last year, I purchased a Smith & Wesson MP15T (read AR-15 “assault rifle”). This weapon is a pleasure of mine. I enjoy taking it to my brother’s ranch and popping off a few rounds when I can. This new administration is however making it difficult […]

Socialism in America?!

As I stated in my last “political” blog posts, I don’t like arguing politics, but it’s time to speak up on some topics in today’s political environment. While I do understand the topics and have my opinions, I like to leave it up to professional writers to express my opinions. This article captures it quite […]

Texas Voter ID Bill

I’ve never been one to argue politics with anyone, but the recent political climate causes me great concern about our country. One example that I’m going to blog about here is the Texas Voter ID bill that Gov Rick Perry has proposed. The bill sounds pretty simple to me yet democrats are fighting it. Now […]