And the “policy” of this place is packed with BS. STATE LAW allows carry of rifles, shotguns and handguns on the “grounds”. And concealed weapon licensees can carry on the grounds, note ‘concealed’. What you can’t do is carry into a building. And this was a gangsta v gangsta duel. In a BAD part of Houston.
I still haven’t looked at the particulars of this one (drinking beer seemed more important) but a quick glance at the policy suggests that concealed carry may have been ok on campus. The policy says “may” and I would need to know if they have 30.06 signs posted on all the buildings.
Oh, for the people who will ask “what beer?” Tonight I had shiner’s new FM 966 (an ambitious beer that I’m not sure made where it was going), 512’s brown ale (don’t remember the name) and a dandy tapping of stone’s 16th anniversary ale.
The Communist News Network breathlessly covered this all afternoon yesterday. (Try as I might I can’t avoid that filth.)
Notice how they called two thugs shooting at each other on a community college campus a “school shooting”. People only halfway paying attention would get the idea it was a K-12 location, and I’m sure that was intended.
@Phelps: I’m a native Texan but in exile in Oregon. I recently returned for a too-brief sojourn & discovered Shiner’s Black Lager, my new favorite beer, but of course unavailable out here. It’s good to see Shiner doing so well — I can remember when Shiner Bock was only available at Christmas time.
As for the “school shooting”, since when does a junior college over-ride state law on the matter, or for that matter the unalienable right to defense of Life, as in “Life, Liberty, & the pursuit of Happiness”?