The owners of Gringo’s Mexican Kitchen are old hands at confronting the typical challenges of a burgeoning restaurant business—hiring, competition, even developing a “gluten guide.” But recently the Tex-Mex chain has been facing an unusual dilemma: whether to allow customers to openly display their guns while munching fajitas.
(Via NRA News)
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NRA Declares Victory Over Facebook Response To Gun Control Groups (via Breitbart)
Well, time to shop elsewhere...
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video The Right Scoop This story was a reminder of all of the sacrifices our military and their families give for our country. Major Ed...
You're not going to believe what one liberal paper is demanding. [language for adults]
Obama wants to ban ammo for AR-15, which could lead to more ammo bans.
During a March 25 appearance on CNBC’s Squawk Box, Kroger CFO Michael Schlotman said the retail food chain will not comply with the demands of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, especially as those demands touch on changing store policy to disarm open-carry customers in states where openly carrying a gun in Kroger is legal.