CARGO Rockwall Gun Clubmeets this coming Thursday evening, February 13
inside Soulman’s Bar-B-Que private dining room, 6 to 7 PM.
What:February meeting of CARGO Rockwall Gun Club Where:Soulman’s Bar-B-Que in Rockwall [South side of I-30,eastbound frontage road, just east of Ridge Road] When:Thursday, February 13, 6 PM
Come early to go through the serving line, then find a good seat in the private dining room.
There are no fees or membership dues. We are a citizens-serving-citizens organization dedicated to educating and equipping citizens in every aspect of armed self-defense.
Do I know there is a political debate at Rockwall High School the same evening? Yes, but our meetings are planned, well prepared and scheduled months in advance. If you don’t know for whom you will vote, I urge you to be at the debate. Otherwise, come and be a part of something that affects the quality of life in Texas, and by extension, the whole of our nation.
Our theme this Thursday evening is about self-defense … with the services of a qualified legal team.
Meet professionals including law enforcement officers, attorneys, CHL instructors and federally-licensed firearms dealers.
BEFORE you draw your firearm in self-defense, come learn how to protect yourself AFTER you pull the trigger.
Texas Law Shield Features:
– 24/7/365 Emergency Access to Your Attorney on an Emergency Hotline – Preexisting Attorney Client Relationship – Legal Representation Including All Attorneys’ Fees, CIVIL AND CRIMINAL – Police Investigations – Grand Jury Proceedings – Trial, both Criminal and Civil – Member ID Card with Emergency Hotline Number – Education, Updates and Support
At this point I ask, is the capture of a few marijuana plants and seeds worth the lives of either the law enforcement officer or the resident? Is the answer obvious, or do I need to spell it out?
So, what if the resident successfully awoke from sleep, managed to destroy his marijuana plants and flush those illegal seeds down the toilet: was it worth losing the life of a deputy sheriff? Was it?
Equally important question: would it have been worth the life of any of the residents? Would it?
The obvious answer to the two above questions is no, the marijuana posed no immediate danger to anyone, least of all to the deputy who died. And for what?
Troubling Pattern of Abuse of Authority
In recent times, two Fort Worth policemen respond to a burglar alarm, cross the street to see a 72 year-old grandfather standing with his firearm within his own garage – note: his garage was his property and he was lawfully in possession of his handgun. One or both of those policemen murdered Jerry Wayne Waller in cold blood, firing three shots into his chest, “single gunshot wounds to the right abdomen and left hand, and two grazing wounds to the left wrist and forearm”.
“Rookie officers R. P. Hoeppner and Benjamin Hanlon were responding a burglary alarm at 409 Havenwood Lane shortly before 1 a.m. on May 28 when they “inadvertently began searching” across the street at 404 Havenwood Lane, Waller’s home, according to a previously released search warrant affidavit.
Suspecting a prowler was outside, Waller, armed with a gun, had apparently gone to investigate when the shooting occurred.”
inadvertently – defined
failing to act carefully or considerately; inattentive
resulting from heedless action; unintentional
Headline: Cop Shoots, Kills College Student for Speaking Disrespectfully
I quote, in part, the second paragraph of the U.S. Declaration of Independence:
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.–That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, –That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it…”
The first duty. This should be, must be, at the top of the mission statement of each and every law enforcement agency. Reading the two stories above, clearly law enforcement officers ignored, or didn’t understand, or whatever, their duty to secure the right to life, a natural right of Grandfather Waller and honor student Robert Cameron Redus.
CARGO Rockwall – One of Our Objectives
One objective of our Citizens Association for Responsible Gun Ownership (CARGO) is to foster civil, respectful relations between citizens and law enforcement officers.