It's starting to feel like we got a Footloose situation brewing here in the Lone Star State.
According to the lady in the video at the bottom of this article, the new legislation being discussed in Texas, which was originally aimed at keeping kids from seeing drag shows, could now affect concerts, sports, and restaurants...
Under pressure, UT System Chancellor, Dr. Francisco Cigarroa, allowed the Chavez-Lee championship fight to go on in the Sun Bowl, but oddly banned the sale of beer in the stadium. If the threat of violence from the cartels was real, just what does Dr. Cigarroa think banning beer will do to stop them?
In a 7-2 vote, the US Supreme Court ruled Monday that it’s unconstitutional to ban kids from buying or renting violent video games, saying that despite fears the games may prompt children to emulate what’s seen in them, the government has no right to “restrict the ideas to which may be exposed.”
The decision in Brown v. Entertainment Merchants Association upholds that of the 9th Circuit federal a
Here, here! More theater chains need to be like Alamo Drafthouse theaters, and not just because you can order from a full menu while you watch your flick. The south Texas chain also doesn't mind making it your last stand if you yap or work your cell phone during the picture. They don't even mind if you verbally abuse them later.