Greetings from somewhere other than Lewisville. Your editor and his family are on a family road trip, but the kids are still asleep, so we thought we would share some links with you. Hopefully Uncle Chainsaw and his buddies from the joint are taking good care of the house, and our pets. I'd better not find anymore motorcycle burnout marks on my dining room floor. I also counted all the ammunition before I left, so it had better all be there, or I want to see the police report. Got that, buddy?
Former Lewisville Mayor David Denison is being investigated by the FBI in relation to his role as a board member of the North Texas Tollway Authority. Nobody's talking about what the investigation is about, but NTTA is on the hook for $148,790 in legal bills, uncovered by the Dallas Morning News. I don't see how you rack up that much in legal bills unless it is a serious crime being investigated. Denison has not been charged with a crime at this point. This article we linked to in 2011 mentioned that Denison voluntarily disclosed that he had been a consultant and investor in a land purchase that involved land where a tollway was being built.
Lewisville Lake is currently at 519.53 feet, or nearly 2.5 feet low, and dropping by .06 feet per day.
Most North Texas earthquakes have been in the same area as most of the injection wells.
Six most popular crime-fighting techniques that don't work.
Police shoot at women and children in near-riot in Anaheim. Citizens were upset at police after they shot a man in the back. Police there also let a dog loose to bite a bystander. Time for some mass firings.
Mitt Romney's Damon Corporation committed Medicare fraud, alleges this video. ABC News has some background. Forbes Magazine has more.
There was another drowning in Lewisville over the weekend.
When a rape victim doesn't feel like she has received justice from the court, her free speech rights can be taken away by the judge. Justice denied, and first amendment rights denied.
Here's a New York Republican with a *fabulous* campaign website. (Gag me.)
It seems that a lot of gullible people are still falling for the Romney campaign's lies about what President Obama said in a recent speech about people owing a large part of their success to the efforts of others, and the contributions of government. Here's one hypocrite shilling for Romney about how he built his business on his own, yet we find out that he has taken government loans, and does business with the Defense Department - which proves Obama's point.
How do you know if you suck at your religion?
Lewisville Police Chief's weekly update
Here's the recipe for a hate-free chicken sandwich, similar to what is served at Chik-fil-a. When I get back home, I'm going to try this.