Hero at Largest Mass Shooting in Texas Supports the Rights of Fellow Texans Sutherland Springs, Texas (March 30, 2021) – Gun rights in Texas are up for review. At issue, is House Bill 127 (HB127), which seeks to restrict gun rights, and require citizens to obtain a permit to carry a long gun in public.… Continue reading Texas “Barefoot Defender” Testifies on Rifle Ban and Constitutional Carry Bills
Over 2,000 families in need to be served by over 40 community volunteers Houston, Texas (August 20, 2020) – The Farms to Families initiative under the Cares Act has enabled community leaders to provide prepared food boxes valued at $50 which feeds a family of 4 with items like potatoes, cantaloupe, red/green apples, carrots, and… Continue reading Former Nurse Gathers Volunteers to Provide Food and Support Houstonians
Article by Bob Rinear, InvestYourself.com First off, let me assure you that I do NOT know what happened in Vegas. But what I can tell you is what didn't happen. One guy in one room of the Mandalay Hotel, did not shoot down 60 people and injure 500 more. Who did it and why is… Continue reading The Shooting
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