Bill Clinton bristles at questions on Lewinsky, #MeToo

WASHINGTON (AP) — Former President Bill Clinton says the #MeToo movement is overdue. But he’s bristling at questions about Monica Lewinsky. In an interview with NBC’s “Today Show” released Monday, Clinton was asked whether he should have resigned 20 years ago for his sexual relationship with the White House intern and whether the #MeToo movement […]

BREAKING NEWS! Former Montgomery County government Chief of Staff discloses full details about Metts’ sexual harassment of County government employee

Conroe, May 17 – Highly respected Ann Carr, the former Chief to Staff to Montgomery County Judge Alan B. Sadler, spoke openly about the sexual harassment by Precinct 4 Justice of the Peace James Metts for the first time since she retired from office. Carr made the comments yesterday on social media in response to […]

NY Attorney general resigns after 4 women accuse him of abuse

 NEW YORK (AP) — New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, who held himself out as a champion of women and a liberal foil to President Donald Trump, resigned from office after four women accused him of physical violence during intimate encounters. It was a swift and stunning fall for a Democrat who had pledged to […]

Why voters should get rid of the Davenport Ring, Part 1: Montgomery County JP Metts would make history in a negative way if elected a county commissioner

New Caney and Conroe, February 13— Montgomery County voters have an opportunity in the March 6, 2018 Republican Primary election to disassemble the pernicious and corrupt group of politicians and elected officials known as the Davenport Ring. The Davenport Ring, under the leadership of corrupt local political boss Marc Davenport, has offered voters a candidate […]

Calls for change grow amid Capitol sexual misconduct claims

Washington (AP), February 3 – An Arizona lawmaker who repeatedly harassed women has become the first since the swell of the #MeToo movement to get kicked out of office by colleagues but likely will not be the last to face repercussions amid intensifying scrutiny of sexual misconduct in state legislatures.The heightened focus on harassment and […]

Trustee: MSU president should quit over sex assault scandal

DETROIT (AP) — A Michigan State University trustee is calling for the university president to resign over the school’s handling of the sexual assault scandal involving former gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar. Trustee Mitch Lyons issued a statement Saturday breaking ranks with fellow board members who said a day earlier they supported President Lou Anna Simon. […]

Government largesse has thrust moral issues into Montgomery County local government elections

Conroe, January 16 – The massive size of the Montgomery County government, and its growth into areas such as centralized economic planning, the size and shape of families, and gigantic staffs of friends, family members, and political supporters, has thrust moral issues into a central position in the March 6, 2018, Republican Primary Election. Clearly, […]

JP Metts likely committed criminal “official oppression” when he sexually harassed County employee

New Caney and Conroe, January 14 – The United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission findings (show in full below at the end of this article) that Precinct 4 Montgomery County Justice of the Peace James Metts committed sexual harassment against former County employee Delonna Snow also constituted findings that Metts had violated a Texas criminal […]

Roberts: Judiciary will review sexual misconduct policies

WASHINGTON (AP) — Chief Justice John Roberts used his annual report on the federal judiciary Sunday to promise a careful evaluation of its sexual misconduct policies and to highlight the work of court employees following the year’s destructive hurricanes. Roberts touched only briefly on the issue of workplace sexual misconduct, which has in recent months […]

Senate says $1.5 million paid over 20 years for ‘harassment’

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate quietly released a bare-bones report late Thursday on what a statement called “harassment settlement” data, showing that nearly $1.5 million in taxpayers’ money has been spent over the past two decades to cover claims against lawmakers and other Senate offices. The two-page release contained no names of senators or victims. […]