Free Speech Resting on the Word “a”?

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Last week the chairman of the Texas Ethics Commission (TEC) responded to a letter written to him by six Republican nominees for Texas Senate addressing the ongoing controversial efforts by him and the TEC to adopt new rules to regulate the free speech of organizations like THSC. In the TEC’s … [Read more...]

Government-mandated parenting courses?

There are several reasons we are endorsing John Schmude in Harris County for Judge of the 247th District Court. One reason is that his opponent voted in the Democratic Primary until she decided to be a judge and then began to vote in the Republican Primary. It strikes me that she is someone who may … [Read more...]

Texas Judicial Wall of Shame

Tim Lambert

Last week THSC hosted its annual Continuing Legal Education training for attorneys, called “Defending Innocent Families From CPS.” Almost two dozen attorneys attended this six-hour training session, which is hosted by our organization for the purpose of giving lawyers tools and information to enable … [Read more...]

Dispute in Collin County

In 2010 the Texas attorney general’s office became involved in what is widely believed in Collin County to be a vendetta against the judge who defeated the incumbent. Recently the newly elected district attorney moved to ask the attorney general to withdraw from the case and allow an impartial … [Read more...]