In a barrage of bad news for Mayor Sylvester Turner and Ellen Cohen, City Council Member and other members, who have defied concerned citizens over Drag Queen Storytime (DQST) being sponsored at the Montrose-Freed Library in Houston, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has ordered a release of all FOIA (Freedom of Information) requests presented by Houston businessman Tex Christopher in his legal challenge that has now been appealed to the 5th Circuit Federal Court in New Orleans – to be reviewed this summer against the city. Tex Christopher provides a 24-minute video brief on the case at the steps of City Hall in Houston: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RPChWur7UG0 Christopher sued Rhea Lawson, Houston Public Library Director, in 5th District Court and needed these official communications to demonstrate the city’s involvement and level of support and coordination for DQST. A judge ruled against his case in January, so Christopher appealed to the appellate – arguably the most conservative court in the land. Councilwoman Cohen was quoted at a recent council meeting as saying, “The people that you need to be worried about attacking your children are the people next door, the ministers, and the religious leaders.” A planned protest and press conference is set   Read more…