Live to Shoot - Defending our 2nd Amendment Rights

Washington on The Brazos

April 08, 2024 Jeff Dowdle Episode 197
Live to Shoot - Defending our 2nd Amendment Rights
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Welcome to the Live Sheet podcast. My name is Jeff Dolan. I've been a licensed firearm dealer for the last 17 years. Podcast, we talk about all things related to the Second Amendment, as well as anything else going on in the news or any other story that I might find interesting. So welcome, welcome, welcome. This is gonna be a quick episode. Just wanted to get something uploaded since I missed last week, but because my wife and I went to Washington on the Brazos, which is down in Washington, Texas, and it is the founding of Texas. It is where Texas signed its Declaration of Independence. It's original constitution, and it was the original capital of the Republic of Texas, and it was absolutely fascinating. And if you look at the Texas Revolution, there's a lot of similarities between it and our War of Independence with England, in that one of the first things that Mexico did that kind of was the triggering point, the kind of battle of Lexington, was the Battle of Gonzales. And that is where they sent their forces to Gonzales, Texas, to take away a cannon that they had given to the people of Gonzales to help protect themselves. And the people of Gonzales weren't having any of it. Things had already started to heat up and this was really the beginning of the end and it is really the beginning of the Texas Revolution. And that's where the, the saying come and take it takes place. Came from and so it's very interesting. We might delve into the Texas revolution at some point in time a little bit more later, but I highly recommend going to Washington and the Brazos. They've got a full thing planned. It's it's Going to be ever evolving, going to be a museum and everything like that, but I highly recommend paying the 8 for the tour as well. They've got a working farm there that was the last home of the last president of Texas. And so it is all very interesting and I highly recommend Washington on the Brazos. So go, go check it out and we will be back with later, more episodes later. Thank you.

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