This is a message for those of you reading this who are domiciled in Texas or otherwise subject to Its laws. I offer this as a reminder to those already aware of the provisions of our Constitution and for the benefit of those who don’t know but need to know for future reference so they will be able to act judiciously and wisely in this current atmosphere of tyranny which has currently been unleashed upon the good people of Texas and the U. S. of A. Our state Constitution begins right off in Article I with a Bill of Rights. I have isolated three sections here below of vital importance to keep in mind when some government employee tells you that you are prohibited from gathering in church or in restaurants, or to keep the doors of your taxidermy business open and operating as usual. If you voluntarily comply with such prohibitions, and I don’t fault anyone who does or must, all circumstances considered, you will be voluntarily waiving your rights. You decide what’s best for you under such circumstances, but as I have written here before, once you give up your rights, you’ll likely never see them again in your lifetime. If you don’t push back even a little at these unconstitutional strictures being unlawfully forced upon us by little Mussolini- like piss ant tyrants known as mayors, governors, presidents and congressional vermin in general, you’ll be doing yourself and yours a grave injustice. You are on your own for now at least. Your taxidermy association won’t help you even if such clubs had the will or know-how, and neither will any church under threat of losing its tax exempt status, etc. Your elected officials are not in the business of protecting the citizenry these days either. You do as you must, but if you’re scared wit-less to even talk about it here and elsewhere, then you’re already lost. Skip Section 26 at the top. The vital sections are 27, 28, and 29. This is from my 2014 copy of the Constitution, but I guarantee the Bill of Rights hasn’t changed to date.