We Say Goodbye to Dorothy Luck: A true advocate for guardianship reforms

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The recent passing of Dorothy Luck, will be sad news for the many people she worked to help free from this human trafficking of the elderly.  Having freed herself from one of these so called guardianships, Dorothy spent the remainder of her time on earth helping to try and reform this insidious system.  She was described by those close to her as “a true advocate and wonderful friend”.

Dorothy traveled many times to the Texas State Capital and worked with many advocates for guardianship reforms.  She never feared those who forced her into this injustice and she accomplished freeing herself from those who used her for her wealth.  Her guardianship was closed and her rights were restored.  She accomplished this by exposing what Guardianship was truly about, money, as it was much better protected than she was, yet many court appointees profited from her wealth.  She tells it like it is in the story below.


Imagine losing control of the most basic decisions in your life: the right to speak for yourself, how to spend your money or even what medicines you should be taking. Dorothy Luck was in a dispute with family over trust money. After a court-ordered medical exam, she was declared incompetent to make big financial decisions and ended up a ward of the state. In this excerpt from America Tonight, Sheila MacVicar investigates shocking cases of elderly Americans at the mercy of court-appointed guardians.

Thank you Dorothy for all your dedication and efforts on behalf of others.  You will be dearly missed!

TS Radio: Voices Carry for Animals # 81

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Join us Tuesday evening, March 15, 2016 at 7:00 pm CST!


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Guests will be: Laurie Gaston-Marshall- Founder of  Calling All Angels Animal Advocacy and Animals Advocates of Fayette County, Texas. Chief James Brown of Ragland, Alabama, & Alexandria Daffron-Senior in High School -Animal Advocate trying to keep her 9 dogs at home with her.



Alexandria Daffron is a Senior in High School and is in total responsibility for care of her 9 dogs. Her father is incarcerated for couple years and that’s why she got custody. Her fear is that if they are taken to a shelter they all might be euthenized .Her mother is in a tight postion to care for the dogs. Alexandria is working to do her best to care for her dogs and doesn’t want to give them up. Alexandria is in need of Help and Support to be able to keep her furry loved ones. They might be taken away because of complaints made through a close by neighbor. She wants to keep the dogs and has been fighting for them through City Council. Chief James Brown of Ragland, Alabama  has stepped up to the plate and has showed up at every Council Meeting to speak out in Alexandria’s behalf. We have a Negative Story that is turning into a Positive Story with the help of Chief James Brown and Laurie Gaston- Marshall.

How you can Help:  Contact Chief James Brown of Ragland, Alabama    Email: chief@ragland.net  C/O Alexandria Daffron   kennels, food, toys, blankets, donations, etc


We are commodities: The Trafficking of children, the disabled and the elderly


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This evening we will be talking about the systems of abuse employed by CPS and APS, and how the courts are instrumental in the kidnapping and redistribution of our children, the disabled and the elderly, all for profit.  Joining us from Texas will be Joni Saloom, whose son was taken from her as the result of a court proceeding that she was not notified was taking place.

“Joni didn’t learn, until months later by accident, that on Monday, May 07, 2012, Associate Judge Conrad Moren and Judge Lisa Millard switched “primary managing conservatorship” from Joni to Child’s adjudicated father without notice, without a hearing, and without a chance to present evidence or be represented by an attorney. Her son calls someone else “Mommy” and took classes on how to “grieve for the loss of his [real] ‘Mommy.’  . ”

This is standard fair in these kangaroo, family and probate courts. These types of activities take place every day across America as our children are bought, sold and traded for money by state agencies.  This is human trafficking.  Just because an agency, an attorney or a bogus “court” is involved, makes it no less the crime that it is.

We are commodities.

Please feel free to call in with your comments or questions.

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Texas Guardianship Reform Advocates with Debbie Valdez

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Join us Sunday evening, February 23, 2013 at 7:00 pm CST!


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Debbie Valdez joins us from Texas to discuss the violations of rights of those disabled and the elderly.  Debbie is a “boots on the ground advocate” fighting to preserve and restore the individual rights of those targeted by the predators operating in her state.


  • Debby Salinas Valdez:   is a parent of a young adult born with multiple disabilities.  She is founder of Texas Adults w/Autism & IDD, a parent and advocacy support group in San Antonio, Texas. 
  • She teaches legislative advocacy to parents and adults with disabilities to advocate for change in their community, or at the state and national level. 
  • She is a member in several other local and state wide organizations and committees focused on supporting persons with disabilities.
  • As a civil rights activist she primarily remains focused on reforms to the guardianship laws in preserving and protecting the rights of persons with disabilities.
  • Became a member of GRADE- the Guardianship Reform Advocates for the Disabled & Elderly. 
  • Our mission is:  When families are torn apart we are the voices of those unseen and unheard.  My goal as a member of GRADE was to protect my daughter’s civil, human and Constitutional rights.
  • I wasn’t aware at the beginning that my efforts would eventually be about my rights as a Baby Boomer where the Guardianship Industry is also gearing up to take over our lives and our assets with little to no accountability, oversight or monitoring.  It has been within my experience that those who operate this industry are better protected that those Guardianship was created to protect.


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Jim & Lon: Separated by greed and deceit


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The Ruthie Report: The Vickers Ranch flooded with illegals

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Texas commissioners push for landfill against public demands


new-logo25PLEASE SIGN PETITION Posted by Debbie Coffey _______________________________________________________________________

Web site of Waller/Hempstead anti landfill group—    http://www.stophwy6landfill.com/


There is a landfill planned in Texas, near many horse rescues and where horses (and their humans) depend on clean groundwater. Please sign this petition, started by Tobi Kosanke, on Change.org:

Tobi Kosanke wrote this: At today’s Commissioner’s Court meeting, Commissioners Sylvia Cedillo and Otis Styers voted to sue the TCEQ for not recognizing Waller County's ordinance against landfills, including the Pintail landfill. Judge Beckendorff and Commissioners Kitzman and Podluka voted to amend the ordinance to permit the Pintail landfill, dealing a crushing blow to the health and economy of Hempstead and the surrounding Waller County area. In response, Commissioners Cedillo and Styers resigned. It was gut-wrenching to watch citizen after citizen after citizen stand up and plead with the Commission to support the ordinance and their constituents, only to witness our elected officials support the landfill company instead.

That this can happen in America is astounding. We expect the people we vote into office to represent us, their constituents. In this case, the constituents overwhelmingly demanded, pleaded, begged and insisted that the Commissioners vote to insure that this landfill not be built. But our local officials acted like dictators and voted against the health and financial well being of the people who elected them. More

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