Gerhard Meinecke

When Jim recently pondered what his next step should be after term-limiting takes away his position at the helm of the City it was suggested he retake his place before the mast of the County. He expressed doubts about his electability. Let's convince him that his experience and natural le…

Seeing how far the pendulum has swung from too political correct to blatant lying and insulting there may need to be a campaign regulation as to what can be said about an election opponent, that allows a statement proven to be libelous to a commission that can apply a sanction, including …

Gerhard Meinecke commented on It's time for Cheryl Johnson to go

I agree with you that our tax dollars should not go to anyone who is expected to give us his all but rather only "...shows up to work for 3 days a week." I have asked the County Judge and the Commissioners the same question. What I have a hard time understanding is how you, apparently exp…

Gerhard Meinecke commented on It's time for Cheryl Johnson to go

How about a bi-partisan citizen movement "Truth in Politics". Could all who are trying so hard to do good, to do the right thing, but differ so much as what is right, get past the anger at the 'Other' and work together to reintroduce some ethics into our public life?

Gerhard Meinecke commented on It's time for Cheryl Johnson to go

Seeing how far the pendulum has swung from too political correct to blatant lying and insulting there may need to be a campaign regulation as to what can be said about an election opponent, that allows a statement proven to be libelous to a commission that can apply a sanction, including …

LIAR, LIAR!

I would hate to see my taxes in the hands of a liar who is trying to trick us.

Cheryl Johnson did NOT manipulate her appraisal. Her home at 810 Myrtlewood is appraised at about a third of the mentioned $ 799,000 home on 804 Myrtlewood and the $ 750,000 home at 904 …

That was a State supplied list for State mandated action. The list had too many errors. But, there is nothing wrong with one having to verify one's registration.

Yes, there was a very important, very valid economic cause, as expressed in the last sentence of Texas' declaration of Secession (see end of quoted excepts from it):

Payment for the forced labor made its cultivation less profitable, bringing this reasoning right back to the Secessio…

Interesting that Hitchcock is just the channel for payment of the additional magistrates and Henry selects them. One of them will be Tyler Drummond, his chief of staff, and another his divorce lawyer, two more will be non-lawyers like himself. Also interesting is the fact that with the heari…

Well, Emmitt is out there about the Flooding, Mitigation Bonds campaign etc. POOR EXAMPLE?