Seventy-four percent of Texans live in 4 percent of Texas. It’s a fact, verified by the folks at PolitiFact. HOW CAN THAT BE? Most of us live in cities. And all the cities in Texas take up only 4 percent of its surface. If by “cities” you’re thinking Houston or Dallas, you’re right. But if you’re

by Lady Justice In the past few weeks I have witnessed an escalation of extreme violence within our community.  Schools from across the nation with varying ages and backgrounds are facing the same anger and violence.  A school fight in the Santa Fe High School bathroom landed one boy in the hospital while his aggressor

When the government took her from her family, it outsourced her safety to a for-profit corporation. Nine months later she was dead. A 2-year-old was killed while in foster care, and her foster mother will now serve a life sentence for the crime Alex Hill was placed in foster care after her father admitted to

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The Pain of Injustice

For all that is secret will eventually be brought into the open, and everything that is concealed will be brought to light and made known to all. ~ Luke 8:17 (Facts can be shown through open records–witness statements, text messages, photos, Sherman PD police reports, recordings & God’s Word) by Kimberly Mullens Wednesday night on

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Corruption in Richardson Texas

The former mayor of Richardson and a land developer, who she would eventually marry, have been convicted on public corruption charges stemming from zoning changes which paved the way for more than 1,000 new apartments. The U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Texas in Plano alleges that when she was mayor in 2015, Laura

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by Jim Schutze Wow, Eric Johnson, candidate for mayor in the June 8 runoff election, really has a lot of endorsements. I mean, a ton of endorsements. The list is so long, I can’t even reproduce a screen grab of all the names here. I would need three screen grabs. So why is the hair

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Texas recently became the first state to enact ENDTHEBACKLOG’s six pillars of reform, but still has a long way to go. Six years after earmarking funds to test rape kits less than half were tested. In 2011, then-Texas-senator Wendy Davis – of 11 hour filibuster fame – sponsored SB 1636. The bill set guidelines for timely submission and testing of

After one Fort Worth contractor tore down two wrong houses in a row in July, reporters requested files on the city’s demolition contractors. The city sent back more than 200 pages of contracts, project specs and task orders. Luckily, the company has plenty of liability coverage. In December, the Fort Worth City Council approved as-needed contracts

Texas & Private Prisons

Q: Which state is host to the most big name for-profit prisons?A: Texas. Of course, it’s Texas. The incarceration industry in thriving in the state where it was born. The state that emblazoned it’s “Everything’s Bigger In…” theme on the collective consciousness has been at work putting its official motto (“Friendship”) to use when it

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In 1978, a JFK assassination hoax emerged that continues to fuel conspiracy theories and accusations against the Central Intelligence Agency. Two news stories began to circulateclaiming that the House Select Committee on Assassinations had obtained an alleged 1966 CIA memo placing Howard Hunt, of Watergate infamy, in Dallas on the day of President John Kennedy’s assassination. Some