Students for Concealed Carry Supports Students’ Right to Carry Dildos on Campus

October 12, 2015

AUSTIN, TX – Students for Concealed Carry, which has waged court battles for the right to wear empty holsters on college campuses, believes that the University of Texas’s obscenity policy should not be used to stop anti-campus carry protesters from openly carrying dildos on campus. Michael Newbern, assistant director of public relations for SCC, commented, […]

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The UT Professor Who Says He’s Resigning over Campus Carry Is a False Martyr

October 10, 2015

AUSTIN, TX – The media is downright giddy to report that a University of Texas professor plans to resign over the state’s new “campus carry” law; however, none of that reporting has yet to ask how this professor so quickly lined up a new job at the University of Sydney in Australia or why a […]

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Students for Concealed Carry Selects New Southwest Regional Director

July 27, 2015

(Dallas, Texas) – This week Students for Concealed Carry (SCC) announced that Antonia Okafor, a graduate student at The University of Texas at Dallas, will be the Southwest Regional Director and Texas State Director effective immediately. Antonia has already hit the ground running, debuting her first news appearance on Al Jeezera America, debating Colin Goddard […]

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Texas SB 11 Headed to Governor Abbott’s Desk

May 31, 2015

May 31 – Austin, Texas – As the Texas Legislative session draws to a close, Senate Bill 11, relating to campus carry, has passed the concurrence vote in the Texas House by a vote of 98-47. While the final version of the bill still allows the President or other chief officer of a college to ban […]

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Guns Allowed at University of Texas Rally to “Oppose Guns on Campus”

April 28, 2015

AUSTIN, TX – As if to illustrate the disconnect between opponents of campus carry and the current laws governing licensed concealed carry in Texas, the group UT Students Against Guns on Campus plans to hold an anti-campus carry rally in an area of the UT-Austin campus where the licensed concealed carry of handguns is already […]

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Opponents of Campus Carry Assume Voters Have Short Attention Spans

March 19, 2015

Austin, TX – March 18 – The legislators and gun-control activists who incessantly parrot the claim that Senator Brian Birdwell (R-Granbury) is pandering to Baylor University (the largest employer in his district) by exempting private colleges from his “campus carry” legislation (SB 11) are clearly hoping voters won’t remember that the language exempting private colleges […]

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If Campus Carry Would Cost UT Systems Tens of Millions, Then why does UT-Austin Estimate its Cost at Zero?

March 1, 2015

If the University of Texas System honestly believes that Texas Senate Bill 11, the “campus carry” bill authored by Senator Brian Birdwell (R-Granbury), would cost (http://is.gd/YzFo7U) the system $39 million over six years, why did the system’s flagship university—UT-Austin, which serves more than 51,000 students—submit a fiscal note claiming that it expects to incur zero […]

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Decrim of Campus Carry is Full Speed Ahead

May 15, 2013

Decriminalization of concealed carry on Texas college campuses is heading towards a vote in the state Senate. In the history of campus carry, HB 972 has made it futher than any of the SCC-backed bills ever have in the Texas legislature. Make sure you are calling your state senator every day – we need your […]

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Official Statement from Texas Students for Concealed Carry Regarding the Connecticut Shooting

December 20, 2012

In light of the media attention surrounding the horrific massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, we at the Texas chapter of Students for Concealed Carry wish to remind the media that we do not take a position on concealed carry at primary or secondary schools and, therefore, have nothing to contribute to […]

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Crime Knows No Discrimination

October 24, 2012

Yesterday, around 10:40am PDT, the (as some like to refer) “impossible” occurred. Oakland, California is in mourning of a tragic school shooting at their local University, Oikos Christian Medical School. Several resources have claimed six dead and several others claim five. However, all resources are boiling down to one point – the fact that this […]

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