Category: Commentary

West residents: Beware legal ads, lawyers trolling for explosion litigation treasure (TX)

As lawyers troll for litigation treasure in the wake of the West Fertilizer Co. explosion, impacted parties should understand the potential for illegal activities perpetrated by lawyers and other hypocrisy that comes with the brand of “justice” being promoted. The Waco Tribune-Herald reports the filing of two explosion-related lawsuits, one by a group of four Keep Reading…


Court of inquiry files criminal charges against Michael Morton prosecutor (TX)

It will be two years in August that Estate of Denial® began writing about the Michael Morton case. We were proud to be part of a cadre of bloggers and other media who sat in a Williamson County courtroom less than 90 days later watching the announcement of Morton’s exoneration and the man having spent Keep Reading…


Texas guardianship bill exposes current ‘due process’ loophole, seeks to close

Guardianships limit, even sometimes suspend, many basic rights enjoyed by Texas adults. HB 2600, currently before the legislature, seeks to revise how incapacitation for the purpose of pursuing a guardianship is determined. An analysis by the Texas Conservative Coalition (TCC) discusses this bill’s potential impact on all Texans including the administrative ease with which this Keep Reading…


Potential civil lawsuit increases taxpayer interests in Central Texas soldier’s ‘resisting arrest’ case

The March 16 arrest of Army Master Sgt. C.J. Grisham, an active duty soldier stationed at Fort Hood, continues garnering attention nationwide with the video released earlier this week reaching “viral” proportions and its public interest implications predictably growing with a lawsuit now in the works. The initial charge of resisting arrest, search or transportation Keep Reading…


Second Amendment, liberty preservation resolutions gain ground with Texas local governments

The Pearland City Council’s recent passage of a Second Amendment rights protection resolution as well as League City’s passage of a Liberty Preservation Resolution signify how Texans increasingly concerned about infringements of their Constitutional rights are looking to local governments – governments closest to the people – for affirmation of those rights. The Tenth Amendment Keep Reading…

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