Sunday, April 23, 2017
General Store at Lytton Springs
8573 FM 1854, Dale, Texas 78616

Signs are going up all over the Lockhart area about this weekend’s planned rally against the proposed 130 Environmental Park.

The Sunday afternoon event on April 23, 2017 will be held at the Historic General Store in Lytton Springs and will feature the latest news in the battle against the proposed garbage dump. Leading the fight, Caldwell County Commissioner Joe Roland. Marisa Perales, the Austin attorney representing the neighborhood group fighting the planned skyscraper of trash will detail the legal effort.

The rally will be held from 2-5 PM located in a field behind the historic storefront. The rally comes on the eve of a special evening session of the Caldwell County Commissioners on Monday Night. Two new County Commissioners are pushing for a host agreement with the controversial Green Group garbage company, reversing more than a year of county refusal to even negotiate with the trash company.

Opposition to the proposed dumpsite along 183 South of Austin includes a warning from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality lawyer representing the public about Green’s Group credibility, the dump’s smell, and possible environmental damage to a sensitive aquifer.

Media interviews will be available.

For further information, contact Dolcefino Consulting.

Residents of neighborhoods around the 5-acre White Oak music “mosh pit” will appear before Houston City Council tomorrow morning at 9:00 am to request a full investigation of the
handling of the project by the Turner administration.

“It is time for the Mayor and the District City Councilwoman protecting this assault on thousands of Houstonians to tell the public the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth,” says Wayne Dolcefino, a spokesman for people who are only seeking silent nights in their homes.

Houston taxpayers may not know it, but they are investors in the White Oak nuisance that has been created, because Houston City Hall signed a rare emergency deal to share tax money with
the developers. The 380 agreement was called an emergency when it was voted on by Houston City Council. The agreement calls for the City to be given a list of investors before handing
over any public money. The Mayor’s Office says that list does not exist.

“It appears the White Oak Music Hall has violated this agreement, and Houston City hall has been negligent in protecting taxpayers, says Dolcefino. “It is time for members of Houston City
Council to demand answers.”

In addition to documenting possible violations of the economic deal, residents have a right to know why the City of Houston has allowed White Oak to routinely operate stages without the
proper permits over the last year.

“In the last several days, Mayor Turner has sought to keep secret the very documents justifying the use of tax money on this project”, says Dolcefino. “That is wrong, and it raises questions about who is being protected and why.”

A hearing to enjoin White Oak from staging outdoor amplified concerts anymore is scheduled for court January 12 th. Residents will be available to the media after their City Hall

1:30 PM 
2600 Woodhead


Parents of Lanier Middle School will hold a news conference Monday, April 25th, 2016 in front of the school to release previously secret documents all HISD voters should see.

In February, at a public school board meeting, Houston School Board Member Jolanda Jones accused the young children at Lanier Middle School of “bullying” other students who wanted to change the name of the school, named in the 1920’s for a famed Southern Author. 

Jones specifically claimed she received e-mails detailing the egregious conduct. Video of her tirade was recorded.

Lanier parents have a message for Ms. Jones. We now have every e-mail you received and now all Houstonians will know the truth.

The news conference will be held at 1:30 pm, Monday at 2600 Woodhead, Houston, Texas 77098. Copies of all Jones sent and received e-mails involving Lanier will be available

You may see the video clip of Ms. Jones February 2011 public attack on the children of HISD on Facebook at Lanier Watchdog, twitter @lanierwatchdog, and Instagram Lanier Watchdog.

Parents have set up a GoFundMe Account called Leave it Lanier, and ask the community to join them in stopping this injustice.


Four-year old Nevaeh Hall spent the night before her visit to Houston Dentist Dr. Bethaniel Jefferson in January playing at Chuck E Cheese. After her visit to the dentist, she would be left severely brain damaged.

This precious little girl was physically restrained illegally in a device called a “papoose.” During her procedure, Nevaeh’s oxygen level plummeted during anesthesia. Evidence will show the Dentist failed to call 911 for more than four hours, even locking her parents out of the room while Nevaeh’s brain was ravaged.

Today, Nevaeh is severely brained damaged, unable to walk, see or talk, and still hospitalized.

Thursday morning, Nevaeh’s parents will share the horrible devastation done to their little girl and issue a dire warning to all Houston families. They will be joined by their lawyer, Jim Moriarty and others who are leading the fight to stop these devastating practices.

Warnings about “papoosing” in Houston dental offices have been made for months by Dr. Craig Jacobs, the Owner of the Children 1st Dental Surgery Centers in Houston. Dr. Jacobs will be available to the media.

Debbie Hagan, author of the “Dentist the Menace” blog will be available to help detail the national scope of this widening tragedy.

The news conference was held at the offices of Dolcefino Consulting, 3701 Kirby, Suite 560 Houston, Texas 77098 at 10:30 AM Thursday morning.


Please contact Wayne Dolcefino at Dolcefino Consulting 713-389-0810.

Look what happened to this little girl after a visit to a Houston dentist. This didn't need to happen… Is your child being papoosed at the dentist… tell us. #Houston #dentist

Posted by Dolcefino Consulting on Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Ogg wages campaign to help innocent


Hundreds of Houstonians arrested for crimes every year in Houston are found innocent in trial, have their cases dismissed, and are eligible for expunction of their criminal records. Thousands more are eligible to have their records hidden from public view. Kim Ogg believes the District Attorney’s Office should help them in cleaning up their criminal arrest record.

kimoggphotoOgg is not waiting until she gets elected in November to make it happen.

On Saturday morning, a team of volunteer lawyers assembled by Ogg, will screen program participants’ local criminal records for eligibility. Those with eligible cases will be referred to partnering law school clinics at U of H, South Texas College of Law, and TSU. The cost is free.

The media is invited to see lives being changed. “Clean Up Your Life Day” will be held from 12 to 3 p.m. Saturday, January 23, 2016 at Mt. Sinai Baptist Church. The church is located at 902 West 8th Street, Houston, Texas 77007. Kim will be available for interviews at 1:00 pm at Mt. Sinai.

“People with criminal records have trouble getting jobs, housing and education. When the government gets it wrong, and it hurts somebody, then the government needs to make it right. We can start right now by helping people clean up their records,” said Ogg.

Last month, the “Clean Up Your Record Day” helped 42 low-income women at the Santa Maria Hostel, a non-profit serving homeless women.

Media Inquiries about the Saturday event can be directed to Wayne Dolcefino at 713-389-0810,


wd40Executives of IQ Products Company will have press availability with the Houston media at 11:00 am Friday morning, December 18th, following their public accusations of a potentially dangerous defect in the millions of aerosol cans of WD-40 now on store shelves.

IQ Products Company packaged WD-40 for decades and has refused to ship 1.5 million cans of the popular consumer product, citing the consumer danger. The cans are stored in the company warehouse and will be available to the news media.

In recent weeks, the company has launched a federal lawsuit against the Department of Transportation, claiming federal bureaucrats are inept and corrupt for not agreeing to warn consumers. IQ has also filed suit against the makers of WD-40. The company will announce a new website where documents detailing their engineering and scientific concerns about WD-40 will be posted.

WHAT: Media Availability
WHEN: 11:00 am, December 18, 2015
WHERE: IQ Products Company, 16212 State Highway 249
Houston, TX 77086-1014
Google Map link to Location:

A Texas Attorney General opinion was issued today on the authority of the Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County (METRO) to participate in the Uptown Houston Transit Project otherwise known as the Post Oak Boulevard Dedicated Bus Lanes Project.

READ IT Attorney General Opinion on METRO & Post Oak Boulevard

Victory…The Texas Attorney General now agrees that Metro broke its promise to voters in that controversial 2003 special bond election. The ballot language clearly called for a rail line through Uptown, and did not include any plans to tear up Post Oak Boulevard for dedicated bus lanes instead.

“Metro should not spend another penny on this project,” says Andy Taylor, the Attorney representing opponents of the Uptown bus plan.

Voters deserve an explanation.

“Metro needs to account for the $640 million dollars taxpayers voted to spend in that election,” says Taylor.

Tuesday, December 15, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. Taylor along with concerned citizens will hold a news conference at Masraff’s Restaurant, 1753 Post Oak Blvd, Houston, TX 77056.

10:30 am
Tuesday, November 10, 2015
Hilton Post Oak Hotel
2001 Post Oak Blvd
Westheimer Room, 1st Floor
Christian author Madeline Kirksey says she was fired as the manager of a Katy area day care center because she refused to go along with parents who made a life-changing decision for their six year old girl in the middle of the school year.

They decided the little girl was instead now a little boy, sending her to school with shortened hair and a demand for the school to change her name.

Kirksey says her religious beliefs made her approval of the change impossible, and says she had a duty to protect the little girl from bullying that followed and help dozens of other children and their parents who deserved to be told about the change.

Her firing from the Children’s Lighthouse Learning Center has triggered a national firestorm amidst growing confusion in school houses across the country about handling very young transgender children and their parent’s choices.

Monday night, Kirksey appeared on the Megyn Kelly Show on the Fox network, and Tuesday morning will be joined by her attorney for a Houston news conference announcing her legal plans.

Kirksey has hired prominent Houston Attorney Andy Taylor, fresh off his legal victories challenging Houston’s H.E.R.O. ordinance and rain tax.

“Madeline has paid the price for standing her ground in defense of all her children at Children’s Lighthouse,” says Taylor. “This has gotten out of control and now this dedicated experienced child care worker has been wrongfully terminated. That will not stand.”

Taylor and his client will be available to the media at a news conference at 10:30 am at the Hilton Post Oak.

Call Wayne Dolcefino of Dolcefino Consulting for further information at 713-389-0810.



Houston Mayoral Candidate Ben Hall will hold a news conference at 1:00 pm Monday morning, encouraged by a surge in Anti-Hero early voting, and will call on Houstonians of faith to send a message to Houston City Hall.

Houstonians need to know that the fight against this dangerous ordinance will not end Tuesday with a victory at the polls. The next Mayor can write a new ordinance just as dangerous. Only Ben Hall will vow to never play politics with your public safety.

“The Houston Chronicle wants us to just stay home an anoint Bill King and Sylvester Turner spots in the runoff. Turner is nothing more than a fourth term of Mayor Parker and the agenda of the gay caucus, and Bill King became a born again social conservative just because the pollsters told him to.”

Hall will argue that bringing morality and common sense to Houston City Hall is not just about the bathroom ordinance.

“Houstonians must reject the pay to play politics and political corruption that cheat this city. Recent news reports confirm what we have been warning voters about. Both of the Chronicle’s hand-picked candidates are ethically stained with the same brush”, says Hall. “

We have a chance to bring morality and common sense back to City Hall with Ben Hall.

The Hall news conference will be held at 1:00 pm at the campaign office at 530 Lovett.

10:00 am October 30th

The future of Galveston Bay is on trial tomorrow in Galveston, and Judge Lonnie Cox has a chance to protect the bay for all the people of Texas.

The important 10:00 am hearing in the 56th Judicial District Court involves the efforts of oyster fisherman to seek a temporary injunction against a company called S.T.O.R.M. which claims they now control 23,000 acres of Galveston Bay Bottom, not the State of Texas.

S.T.O.R.M. is run by a local judge in Chambers County and in recent week’s hometown court rulings there killed the entire oyster transplant season in a big section of the Bay. The transplant season is used to move oysters to safer waters. Before the public season begins November 1st. S.T.O.R.M. claims oyster fisherman with legal state leases will actually be trespassing if they come to leases they paid for long ago to harvest oysters.

This battle has huge implications. First, the Parks and Wildlife Department has been in charge of the wildlife in Texas from the start, and imagine the Bays of Texas being privatized so you can’t fish there without having to ask “pretty please with money on top.”

Tomorrow oyster fisherman will ask Judge Cox to keep S.T.O.R.M. from interfering with their boats and leases, and fisherman all along the coast will be watching this decision carefully.

So will State Officials, who have called the S.T.O.R.M deal with unelected bureaucrats in Chambers County clearly illegal. S.T.O.R.M leased the property in a secret backroom deal.

“These oyster families are fighting for their livelihoods, but they are also fighting for every single Texan”, says Attorney Cris Feldman. “We are confident Judge Cox will protect Texans and the vital resources in Galveston Bay.”

The hearing is scheduled for 10:00 am at the Galveston County Courthouse.