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Texas Highroaders

Discussion in 'Activism' started by Deltaboy, Jul 4, 2014.

  1. Deltaboy

    Deltaboy Well-Known Member

  2. Barry the Bear

    Barry the Bear Well-Known Member

  3. hso

    hso Moderator Staff Member

    What do we want to say?

    "TheHighRoad.org is a firearms interest website emphasizing civil discussion of safety and rights. As such blocking TheHighRoad.org is inconsistent with advocating safe and responsible firearms ownership and use. We formally request that TheHighRoad.org be removed from the prohibited website list.


    AAA B. CCC"
  4. ms6852

    ms6852 Well-Known Member

    Just posted the reply the hso moderator gave on their website. Thanks for the heads up. This should be posted in general discussions as well, I believe it will get more attention there than on this part of the forum.
  5. moxie

    moxie Well-Known Member

    Do you have a link to or reference for this action? I'd like to see the context.
  6. Deltaboy

    Deltaboy Well-Known Member

    Click on the link in my original post.
  7. moxie

    moxie Well-Known Member

    The link is only to a response form. No info on the situation.
  8. Deltaboy

    Deltaboy Well-Known Member

    Sorry I miss understood. I went to a State Park Lodge and the HIGH Road and several other sites came up blocked on their wi-fi network under their weapons and violence rule. Which I find very hypocritical since they also over see hunting here in Texas.
  9. 230RN

    230RN Marines on Mt. Curibacci

    Here's the home page:


    How does one get to see the response from there?

    Can you just quote the reply for us?
  10. moxie

    moxie Well-Known Member


    Sorry, I'd like to help but you haven't provided any info, even though you've been asked.
    I need hard data to respond to.

  11. NMPOPS

    NMPOPS Well-Known Member

    Done. I'm planning on moving to Texas after the first of next year. Retirement & no state income tax but a few of their guns laws, attitudes worry me.
  12. moxie

    moxie Well-Known Member


    Welcome to Texas. Which gun laws and attitudes worry you?
  13. hso

    hso Moderator Staff Member

    Much friendlier places for 2A and just as attractive for retirees.
  14. moxie

    moxie Well-Known Member

    Seems perfectly friendly to me from a 2A perspective! I and many of my friends concealed carry just about all the time, everywhere. Plenty of gun shops and places to shoot. Lots of hunting. Those who don't carry are all very gun friendly.

    The only problem I've seen is with some of the OC demonstrators who have been making trouble for themselves and the pro gun movement in general.
  15. 230RN

    230RN Marines on Mt. Curibacci

    I give up on this one.

  16. DeadMoneyDrew

    DeadMoneyDrew Well-Known Member

    Most likely they have installed a Web filtering service such as Barracuda or Bluecoat, which blocks gun related websites by default. A simple administrative tweak will fix this.
  17. Deltaboy

    Deltaboy Well-Known Member

    I got a email back and they said they would look into it.
  18. trauma

    trauma Member

  19. GEM

    GEM Well-Known Member

    At work, all of a sudden - if you logged on to a gun related sight, you got a message that this was a gun site and you were being reported. The same thing happened for sites with sexual content.

    This turned out to be a setting on the antivirus program used and downloaded across campus. It was changed.

    It could either be a default or a zealous person protecting us from evil influences.
  20. Deltaboy

    Deltaboy Well-Known Member

    Texas is very gun friendly.

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