Conroe ISD Custodial Maintenance Department employees accuse supervisors of bribery regarding $677.3 Million bond package

Conroe ISD Custodial Maintenance Department employees accuse supervisors of bribery regarding $677.3 Million bond package

Image: Bribing someone to vote a certain way is against the law, even if the briber happens to be the Conroe Independent School District. The Golden Hammer Staff Reports Conroe, November 1 – As a part of the overall extortion and threats against employees of Conroe Independent School District (CISD) to get the $677.3 Million bond […]

House General Investigations Committee votes to ask Texas Rangers to investigate “Bonnengate” scandal

Austin, August 12 – The General Investigating Committee of the Texas House of Representatives essentially voted to permit the Texas Rangers’ Public Integrity Unit to investigate “the facts and circumstances of the June 12, 2019 meeting between Michael Quinn Sullivan and Representatives Dennis Bonnen and Dustin Burrows and provide a copy of its final investigative […]

BREAKING NEWS! State Representative Steve Toth, Republican of Conroe, others hear “vile…incredibly damaging” recording of Texas House Speaker Dennis Bonnen’s meeting with Empower Texans’ Sullivan, meeting

BREAKING NEWS! State Representative Steve Toth, Republican of Conroe, others hear “vile…incredibly damaging” recording of Texas House Speaker Dennis Bonnen’s meeting with Empower Texans’ Sullivan, meeting

Image: Happier times just one month ago on June 13, 2019. Right to left: State Representative Steve Toth, Republican of Conroe; Texas House Speaker Dennis Bonnen, Republican of Angleton; and Kingwood Tea Party Co-Founder James Lennon. Representative Toth attended a meeting in Austin earlier this evening with Empower Texans Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Michael […]

Texas Court of Criminal Appeals strikes down bribery provision in Penal Code as unconstitutional prohibition of free speech

Texas Court of Criminal Appeals strikes down bribery provision in Penal Code as unconstitutional prohibition of free speech

Image: Texas Court of Criminal Appeals Judge Michelle Slaughter, a strong free speech advocate, wrote the opinion for a unanimous Court which struck down Texas’ bribery prohibition as an unconstitutional restraint on free speech. Austin, April 1 – The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals struck down Section 36.02 of the Texas Penal Code which makes […]