Monday, May 30, 2011

It does not matter if our kids are murdered on campus.

College students, who have a Texas CHL, do not
need to be armed on campus to defend themselves.
If they did Gov Rick Perry would already have
signed the Guns on Campus law.
A psycho may swagger onto the gunfree campus and
shoot twenty or thirty cringing victims, but it is not
important. If you don't believe me ask Governor Rick
Perry, Rep James White, Sen Nichols, and others who
allowed the bill to die in committee.
By the way, I hear that Rick Perry wants to run for President.
He needs your vote.

Monday, May 23, 2011

TSA searching high school students at prom

Posted at: 05/20/2011 10:46 PM | Updated at: 05/20/2011 11:13 PM
By: Heather Mills, KOB Eyewitness News 4

Saturday night, a certified TSA official will be at the Santa Fe High School prom to oversee student searches.

This all comes after two Capital High School students, sisters, filed a lawsuit saying they were groped by a security agent at Capital High School's prom last month. On Friday, the court ordered Santa Fe Public Schools and the security company ASI to provide at least one TSA certified person at the Santa Fe High School prom and the Capital High School graduation.

The restraining order also spells out the specific ways security can perform searches. It says a pat-down is only to be used if there are reasonable grounds and that pat-downs should not be used as a first approach for every student.

KOB Eyewitness News 4 talked to one of the sisters suing the district earlier this week. Candice Herrera said, "She grabbed my breast and shook the inner part of my bra and shook it and then picked up the front of my dress to mid thigh and she was patting down my bare legs."

Capital's Principal told us she was standing right there when students were searched and doesn't remember any students complaining about the pat downs.

Meanwhile, Santa Fe Public Schools says it's happy to comply with the Federal Court's decision, saying, student safety is a priority.

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Tried by 12 or carried by 6?

If a teacher or student illegally carries a gun onto campus
to defend himself he may go to prison for years.

Any psycho is welcome to swagger onto a campus
and kill as many as he wishes. Gov Perry and the
Texas legislators don't care.

2011 session ends Friday May 30. The bill is stalled in
committee. There will be no legal CCW on campus.

Gutless, stupid Texas voters will reelect Rick Perry
and the other liars time and after time until they
retire with fat pensions.

I am disgusted.

Saturday, May 14, 2011

MT Gov vetoed permitless carry

Gov Schweitzer said he is pro-gun.
He vetoed a bunch of gun bills.

Pro-gun Gov of MT vetoed gun bills

Here is his reasoning, if that is the word

Friday, May 6, 2011

Montana: Permitless Carry on the Governor’s Desk

Montana: Permitless Carry on the Governor’s Desk

Wednesday, May 04, 2011
Please Contact Governor Schweitzer Today!

House Bill 271, the permitless carry bill, would amend existing
state law requiring a person to obtain a concealed weapon
permit in order to discreetly carry a firearm for self-protection
within city limits in Montana. HB 271 simply says that the
prohibition on concealed carry does not apply to “a person who
is eligible to possess a handgun under state or federal law.”
HB 271 passed in the House on April 12 by a 69 to 29 vote and
in the Senate on April 28 by a 29 to 21 vote. HB 271 is now
awaiting action by Governor Brian Schweitzer.

Existing Montana law already allows any law-abiding citizen
who can legally possess a handgun to carry it concealed, without
a permit, anywhere outside city limits. So, no carry permit is
currently required for law-abiding citizens in over 99% of the state.
It makes no sense to allow them to carry concealed without a
permit on one side of the line but not the other! Law-abiding
citizens do not suddenly turn into criminals when they cross
the arbitrary boundary into a city. Additionally, law-abiding
citizens are authorized to carry a firearm openly, either loaded
or unloaded, anywhere in the state, including within city limits.

The difference between a firearm carried openly and a firearm
carried concealed can be as insignificant as the donning of a coat.
It really makes no sense to require a law-abiding citizen to pay
a fee, endure a relatively significant bureaucratic process, be
subjected to fingerprinting, obtain the government’s permission
and be added to a government-maintained list of firearm owners
simply so they can wear a coat.

Please contact Governor Schweitzer today and respectfully urge
him to sign House Bill 271 into law! The Governor can be
contacted by calling (406) 444-3111. You can also send him an
e-mail at or leave a comment for
Governor Schweitzer online by clicking here.

Thanks to everyone who communicated with their legislators
over these last few months. Your efforts truly make the
difference in passing pro-gun bills through the legislative process!

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Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Surprise! Texas guns on campus bill stalled

Guns on campus bill stalls in Texas Senate
Posted: May 03, 2011 9:13 PM CDT Updated:
May 04, 2011 10:13 AM CDT
By Ben Lawson - bio | email
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Guns on campus bill stalls in Texas Senate


A bill that would allow concealed handguns in public
university classrooms stalled again Tuesday.

State Senators approved tacking the issue onto another
bill that would give schools more flexibility to deal with
budget cuts, but the author of that bill, Senator Judith
Zaffirini of Laredo, opposes the gun measure.

Zaffirini pulled her bill from further consideration and
vowed to let it die so the gun measure can't move forward.

Copyright 2011 KCBD. All rights reserved. The Associated
Press contributed to this report.