I clicked your screen name and scrolled through your home page. It was hilarious! Thanks!
Every example I posted was widespread in "corporate America" until a few years ago. And it still goes on, although less blatant.
My point was simply that corporate "rights" don't trump over certain individual Rights, such as the Right to self defense.
I don't think so.
She asked AFTER she had my ID in her possession. She didn't direct the question at my girlfriend at the time who was driving the car.
Depends on wether the CHL/CCW data is public record. If it is, and it's keyed to other ID, such as driver's license number, then they could very well know of the CCW permit without ever seeing it. While the database is not generally a public record here in Texas, the CHL license has your DL number right on it, and the police (at all levels) have access to the cross index. In fact the law provides that all law enforcement agencies in the licensee's county of residence be notified when a CHL is issued. Other individuals can can ask the DPS if a particular individual is licensed, but they cannot obtain a list of all licensees. Thus Pizza Hut could request information on each of it's employees, or even applicants. There is no law prohibiting discrimation in employement based on possession of a CHL, or NRA membership for that matter.