Sometimes even those with perhaps a little too much power unwittingly expose themselves in the wee hours of the morning. We were there Wednesday night, until 1:15 am, at the House Natural Resources Committee hearing and watched the masks come off.Read more
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“Anyplace that allows one person to waste their non-renewable resource so he can make a buck cannot last. Natural punishes stupidity.” So said a New York Times reader who commented on a recent article by Wimberley resident and author, Richard Parker.Read more
Our 9 am conference call this Saturday will focus on Texas Election Reform and led by Tom Glass. Reply for the conference call details.
We hope to see you this coming Monday, in Austin, in Cedar Creek on Wednesday and in Lockhart on Thursday…all detailed below.Read more
NOTICE!: Please join our “Good Bills, Bad Bills” Statewide Conference Call this Saturday, 3:30-4:30 pm. We will not be streaming this event. Reply for details.
Here’s the deal on the 2015 legislative session. It’s all about local control; instead of control by the King and Queen lobbies — real estate and oil and gas.Read more
Topic: What Comes First, the Cart or the Horse — building local chapters of the League of Independent Voters of Texas.Read more
Did you know that Bastrop has its very own City Councilman/Water Marketer who has a hard time distinguishing between the two? Pigs are circling central Texas.Read more
* Lost Pines Groundwater Conservation District, 7 pm, Giddings City Hall, 188 Richmond Street. The LCRA keeps coming back — now for the third time! LCRA, a river authority that should be looking out for, protecting, and conserving OUR Colorado River, is turning it’s back on the river, the bay, and its rural customers and neighbors, to satisfy its self-serving desires and urban demands for water. Lost Pines GCD needs to know we’re there — for as long as it takes and as many times as it takes to protect our water.Read more
We must hit the ground running in January or the Legislature, and the King and Queen lobbies (real estate and oil and gas), will surely see fit to run over us all. Don’t miss this Saturday’s 9 am conference call. We need you! Call us at 512-213-4511 for details on how to join the call. If you missed last week’s message, click here to read it. We want to give you some very important updates and then open it up[…]Read more