If the IRS didn’t abuse the conservatives who applied for the tax exemptions, why did Lois Lerner invoke the Fifth Amendment and retire if there is not even a smidgen of corruption?
Killing bald eagles is just fine, if you are operating a wind farm. You might be surprised to know that an eagle killed by a wind-powered generator is just a dead eagle. If you are a farmer in the San- Joaquin Valley in California, the delta smelt minnow is much more important than your livelihood.
You hear that the drought in California is the worst ever. The truth of the matter is that it is mostly manmade. The farmers were dependent on irrigation waters to water their crops, but the dictators have placed the delta smelt above the production of food. The valley is one of the most productive areas in the country, but without the irrigation water it is virtually worthless. You can thank big government and the empty heads who think they know best.
Richard Feuilly, Weatherford
Teen Court volunteer supports Johnson
Please re-elect Lynn Johnson for Parker County Precinct 4 Justice of the Peace.
Judge Johnson has been the driving force behind the Parker County Teen Court Program where kids with Class C misdemeanors have the option of going through Teen Court and keeping tickets off of their records.
This is good for the kids in trouble as well as the community because they perform community service instead of paying fines. It is a great program that I have been involved with for several years, giving me real world experience of the judicial system and courtroom and has allowed me to serve as a jury member, bailiff and attorney.
Judge Johnson is the only judge in Parker County who is passionate about the teen court program taking time out of her personal life to support the volunteers, opening her courtroom and giving defendants a second chance and opportunity to make something good out of a bad situation.
Keegan Hayes, Parker County Teen Court student volunteer