“When I go to sleep at night, I lay down and I put my pistol there, I measure it where if somebody comes in the house I can pick it up and go,” Osburn says. When mowing the lawn, Osburn says, ranchers in South Texas always need a pistol ready.
“Down here there’s no question, ‘Oh, was it loaded?’” Osburn says. “Well, hell yeah, it’s loaded. Why have a gun if it’s not loaded? And it’s off safety too. That’s the way we live.”
Tuesday, June 24, 2014
On the front lines of the immigrant invasion
Ryan Lovelace interviews a rancher in Brooks County, Texas. This part of Obama’s plan to “transform” America is coming right along.