Tag Archives: First Amendment rights

Bullying is alive and well at Weatherford City Hall – free speech is a casulty!

Weatherford City Hall

My husband, Sid Johnson, was removed from his position on the Transportation Board without due process, notification, or his resignation.

He was invited to the Executive Session of the 8/23 council meeting because they were concerned about his blogs.  Council felt he was too critical of the city and was trying to censure him.  Sid knows more about a lot of the inner-workings in this town than do some council members.  Continue reading →

Sometimes the truth hurts

Videos expose VA officials and policies hurt widows burying their husbands

Kelly Shackelford

From Liberty Institute, by Kelly Shackelford, August 22, 2011 – Today’s two videos show the greatest and most disgusting facts yet about what the VA’s policies and procedures restricting the word “God” and prayer do to families dealing with the death of a loved one.

Liberty Institute just filed a second amended complaint in our lawsuit against the VA and Houston National Cemetery, adding widows Lisa Ward and Geri Lakey to the case alongside Pastor Scott Rainey, the VFW District 4, The American Legion Post 586, and the National Memorial Ladies. Continue reading →

An Open Letter to the President of the United States

Press Release from the Office of State Senator Craig Estes, District 30

estes-2For Immediate Release
August 14, 2009
Contact: Jody Withers
(512) 463-0130

Wichita Falls – State Senator Craig Estes (R-Wichita Falls) released the following letter submitted to President Barack Obama regarding the President’s proposed initiatives on health care and health care insurance.

An Open Letter to the President of the United States

Dear Mr. President:

Over these last several weeks we have seen a growing number of Americans raise their voice to express their opinion regarding plans to increase the federal government’s role in providing health insurance to the American people. This nationalized health care plan has stirred passions on both sides.

Continue reading →