Rain is passing by us. The darned grass is greening up and growing again. Which means I’m out mowing heaver grass than I had this spring.
All of which is a good thing.
Farmer down by the house I like so much, tucked as it is into a hill side, has a bumper crop of hay. That’s a good thing, with exceptions. The exceptions are low demand, low prices for market hay, and the price of deisel went up.
Farming can be a tough life,if you do it for profit.
EL DORADO,Kan. — On July 1, a new law went into effect in Kansas, allowing residents carry a concealed firearm without a permit. Now, some counties are revisiting how it applies to their employees.
For Sedgwick County, the new law has had no impact as their employees are still not allowed to carry concealed guns in their cars while at work. When the law went into effect, the county policy was simply revised to line up with Senate Bill 45. They can still carry concealed knives.
I’ve been waiting for the arguments to start. This one is starting like the gay weddings/marriages started. First allow everyone to do every thing then start carving out exceptions and justifications for restrictions and finally realize it is all about control and the hell with insurance restrictions and liability.
Well. I started out one way and ended another, didn’t I. It doesn’t matter. The fight is engaged, I think. It’ll probably be low key as it concerns government workers, but will spill over into the civilian side eventually. The gun persons have the complete cake right now and will not really wish to change things.
Who’s side am I on? The gunny’s.
From the reaches,