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Editorial: Are Engineering Laws and Regulations Routinely Ignored in Montgomery County?

Editorial: Are Engineering Laws and Regulations Routinely Ignored in Montgomery County?

This is an editorial about engineering laws and regulations that seem to be routinely ignored in Montgomery County. It is based on previous reporting about flooding in the Lake Houston Area. I don’t wish to demonize engineering, one of the most honorable professions around. If you’re one of the vast majority of honest, ethical professional engineers who strive daily to serve clients and protect the public, thank you. You can stop reading here. This editorial is not about you. It IS for the few who ignore their professional code of …

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Precinct 3 Commissioner James Noack drops lawsuit seeking to remove Democratic challenger Lore Breitmeyer Jones from March primary ballot

Precinct 3 Commissioner James Noack drops lawsuit seeking to remove Democratic challenger Lore Breitmeyer Jones from March primary ballot

The Precinct 3 seat on Montgomery County Commissioners Court will be on the ballot in the March primary. (Community Impact Newspaper staff) Less than two weeks after Montgomery County Precinct 3 Commissioner James Noack filed a lawsuit challenging the legality of Democrat Lore Breitmeyer Jones’ candidate filing for the March 2020 primary election, Noack submitted a notice of nonsuit to drop his case against Jones and the county Democratic Party. The suit, which was originally filed Dec. 16 against the Montgomery County Democratic Party and its chair Marc Meyer, alleged …

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An Alabama Sheriff Gets it Right and Tells Atheists to Take a Hike

An Alabama Sheriff Gets it Right and Tells Atheists to Take a Hike

An English teacher I had in high school was from Jasper, Alabama. That was an oddity for someone living in Pittsburgh, PA. We rarely if ever ran into a Southerner. A teenager visiting one of my neighbors mesmerized us with her Southern accent, especially the way she said “Norfolk.” We were boys and easily impressed and still idiots. Now we come to a Southern hero from Jasper, Alabama, who puts most lawyers, judges, and politicians to shame. T.J. Armstrong, the community relations officer for the Walker County Sheriff’s Office in …

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Judge Bays’ recusal leaves Commissioner Noack’s election contest against democrat in hands of democrat visiting judge

Judge Bays’ recusal leaves Commissioner Noack’s election contest against democrat in hands of democrat visiting judge

Senior District Judge John M. Delaney. The Golden Hammer Staff Reports Conroe, December 19 – After 284th District Court Judge Kristin Bays recused herself in Precinct 3 Montgomery County Commissioner James Noack’s election lawsuit against democrat Party Chairman Marc Meyer, Presiding Regional Judge Olen Underwood appointed Senior District Judge John M. Delaney, a democrat, to hear Noack’s lawsuit. Noack is complaining that his democrat electoral opponent failed to file her application to be on the November, 2020, General Election ballot timely. Noack filed suit in the 284th District Court of …

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MCDP Prevails, Noack Temporary Restraining Order Denied

MCDP Prevails, Noack Temporary Restraining Order Denied

Marc Meyer (left) and James Noack (Right) CONROE, TX – The temporary restraining order requested by James Noack against the Montgomery County Democratic Party to remove his Democratic opponent for Precinct 3 Commissioner, Lore Breitmeyer Jones, off the Primary election ballot was denied by visiting Senior District Judge John Delaney Friday morning in the 284 th District Court. Initially, Judge Delaney denied the appeal by Marc Meyer to change the venue to the 9 th Court of Appeals. Delaney ruled the Court of Appeals had permissive jurisdiction, but not exclusionary …

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Alarming NYT Op-Ed Reveals “Disturbing” Secretive Surveillance State Powered By Your Phone’s Location Services

Alarming NYT Op-Ed Reveals "Disturbing" Secretive Surveillance State Powered By Your Phone's Location Services

Millions of Americans are walking around with phones that have, unknowingly, created one of the most disturbing and unintentional “surveillance states” to ever exist. A explosive new opinion piece in the NY Times aims to demonstrate that detailed smartphone tracking is far more ubiquitous than many think , despite the ongoing claims by companies that people’s data is “anonymous”. Paul Ohm, a law professor and privacy researcher at the Georgetown University Law Center, said that describing location data as anonymous is “a completely false claim that has been debunked in …

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No Longer Socialist Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing

No Longer Socialist Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing

Today’s brazen socialists are no longer confined, as their Fabian predecessors were, to masquerade as wolves in sheep’s clothing . Today they openly and proudly display their full faith and allegiance, dedication, and loyalty, to unbridled collectivism and the total coercive reshaping of society. They are the principal front-runners in the Democratic Party’s race for the presidency in 2020. Through their close alignment with the Congressional Progressive Caucus, founded by socialists Bernie Sanders and Maxine Waters , they hold major congressional leadership positions, including that of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi …

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The Deep State: The Headless Fourth Branch of Government

The Deep State: The Headless Fourth Branch of Government

83 Comments School children learn that there are three branches of government: the legislative, executive, and judicial. In actual practice, however, there are four branches of government. The fourth is what for decades now has been called a “headless fourth branch of government,” the administrative state. As early as 1937, in a ” Report of the President’s Committee on Administrative Management ,” the authors write: Without plan or intent, there has grown up a headless “fourth branch” of the Government, responsible to no one, and impossible of coordination with the …

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WALSH: Chick-Fil-A Just Caved To The Rage Mob. They’re About To Learn The Hard Way That Surrendering Never Pays Off.

WALSH: Chick-Fil-A Just Caved To The Rage Mob. They’re About To Learn The Hard Way That Surrendering Never Pays Off.

Chick-fil-A logo on football field As The Daily Wire reports today, Chick-fil-A, one of the last remaining large companies to stand in defiance of the P.C. police and the LGBT rage mob, has suddenly and inexplicably caved. Chick-fil-A President and Chief Operating Officer Tim Tassopoulos announced in an interview that the company will no longer donate to certain Christian charities that the aforementioned rage mob has deemed “anti-LGBT.” Tassopoulos says that as the company goes into “new markets,” he wants “to be clear about who we are.” And “who [they] …

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Texas oil industry cutting payroll amid slowdown

Texas oil industry cutting payroll amid slowdown

Texas employers added 30,100 jobs over the month. Over the year, the state added 297,100 jobs, an increase of 2.4 percent. Texas energy companies are cutting their workforces amid sluggish growth in the sector, according to jobs data from the Texas Workforce Commission released Friday. In the state, mining and logging, the sector dominated by the oil and gas industry, cut 2,000 jobs in October from September. The sector has shed jobs through much of the second half of 2019. Other indicators point to a slowdown for Texas oil as …

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