Posted Thursday, October 24th 2013 @ 9am
Houston's Morning News with Matt Patrick welcomes Andy Davidson, a t-shirt company owner of Maker's Militia, to represent faith in Christ and constitutionally based. He explains a shirt he made, that his son wore, that says "God, Guns and Country." That's because it alarmed the boy's school officials. At his school, school principal and VP called the shirt "intolaerable," told him to change into a bright orange shirt. Davidson's son refused, and served an in-school suspension. The focus has garnered national attention at this point. Davidson's son wore a t-shirt similar shirt last year. What made the difference? Listen in for details.