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Stanford Band Mocks Border Wall, Whataburger During Alamo Bowl Halftime Show

Attendees at the Valero Alamo Bowl booed the Stanford University Band during its halftime performance after the bandsmen mocked the border wall, Whataburger, and all things Texan. The performance came during the California university’s bowl game versus Texas Christian University (TCU). TCU responded by defeating the Stanford Cardinals.

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Border Patrol Agents, Whataburger Make Peace After Refusal of Service Debacle

Whataburger officials responded to statements by Border Patrol agents that they were refused service in a Corpus Christi store because of their firearms by saying a store manager was “unable to identify the agents as law enforcement officials.” The agents said they were dressed in their uniforms that included a badge, Border Patrol patches, and a Border Patrol “tape” on their chest just below the badge. The agents said they were wearing their government-issued sidearms as required by regulations. Whataburger says there was no refusal of service.

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Whataburger Fires Worker After Refusal to Serve Texas Cops

Whataburger officials told Breitbart Texas that an employee who refused to serve two Denison, Texas, police officers is no employed by the company. The company moved quickly to rectify the situation after a store employee reportedly cursed at the officers, refused them service, and later refused to back down — claiming the department’s officers had “beat up” her boyfriend a few weeks earlier.

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Good Guys With Guns Stop Armed Robbers in Texas Whataburger

HOUSTON, Texas – Two armed men picked the wrong Whataburger to rob early Monday. As the attempted robbery unfolded, they discovered two off-duty Harris County sheriff’s deputies were dining in the restaurant. One robber was shot and the other escaped.

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Major Texas Grocery Chains Say No to Open Carry

Texas’ homegrown grocery chain, H-E-B, announced it will forbid the open carry of firearms in their 316 stores when the law changes later this week. On Friday, Texas law will change to allow holders of a Concealed Handgun License to openly carry handguns that are secured by belt or shoulder holsters.