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Welcome to the new and improved adamsinsurance.com! This is version 3.0 and this is our "beta" launch. We are calling it that because there may be a few holes and bugs in the website and we need an excuse. We will have an official launch in a few days. Meanwhile, feel free to poke around and check it out. There are some new features and surprises.
One issue discussed in the big gun control debate is that of mandatory liability insurance for gun owners. The New York Times covered this, citing special liability coverage currently available to members of the NRA and the U.S. Concealed Carry Association. Read the full article here.
The theory is that if you have to buy liability insurance for your gun as you do your car, you’ll be more careful with your weapon. If you have your CHL, you know the goal is to never have to use the gun in the first place. But for the sake of discussion, let’s look at what could happen if you did.
Employers and risk management professionals have long recognized the importance of a safety committee in successful safety programs. The functions of the safety committee are twofold: to improve the physical and the behavioral aspects of a safety program. Upper management working with frontline employees is of the utmost importance in cultivating a safe working environment.
Pinterest is the fastest growing social medium with women. So it wasn't suprising that as Adams Insurance Marketing Director, I was excited to get to work on our company Pinterest boards. It's like having an online scrapbook - you pin up different things you like and that interest you - pin + interest = pinterest, get it? From recipes to fashion to celebrities, you can find almost anything on Pinterest. It's the 'happy place' I go to when my socalled friends on Facebook are talking politics or spamming my news feed with their latest 'get thin fast' discovery. Pinterest is more about the visual, with a stream of seemingly endless pictures of beautiful shoes, exotic vacation destinations and other things you may never actually have but are nice to look at and re pin onto your own boards.
Sharing a 1,200-mile border with Mexico, Texas has always been and will always be at the forefront of the immigration debate. Two more reasons why Texas can be in the middle of the latest efforts at immigration reform: Senate Judiciary Immigration Subcommittee ranking member John Cornyn and newly elected senator and Tea Party favorite Ted Cruz.
It was on this day in 1836 that the siege of the Alamo came to an end. A group of just 189 Texians had held off 1,500 Mexican troops for 11 days. The defenders of the Alamo ranged from 15 to 56 in age, came from 22 different states and six foreign countries, and included several Tejanos of Spanish or indigenous descent.
Our current Immigration laws have not worked! Just like Obamacare and Roe v Wade, they need to be abolished! At one time slavery was the rule of law in this country. Thank God that law was abolished!
Protecting American citizens against foreign invaders including terrorists is imperative! Continued effort to improve border security on all fronts is a necessity. However, it is not an excuse to delay the following: