Township Chairman Bunch shows strong character, understanding that there’s more than one method to teach lessons of history

The Woodlands, September 22 – In response to the yellow journalism that took his comments out of context, Woodlands Township Chairman Gordy Bunch issued an apology video and statement yesterday afternoon in which he clarified his position regarding bringing removed historical statues of heroes of the Confederacy to The Woodlands Township. Bunch handled the situation […]

Harmon’s comment should be the fighting words for Montgomery County reform movement in the post-Enlightenment society in which we live!!! (Part 1 of 3)

Harmon’s comment should be the fighting words for Montgomery County reform movement in the post-Enlightenment society in which we live!!! (Part 1 of 3)

Image: left to right, City of Montgomery Police Chief Jim Napolitano, political activist Rob Harmon, and former State Representative candidate Steve Toth, October 16, 2015. Conroe, September 22 – Speaking to the Texas Tea Party Patriots PAC on Tuesday, September 19, 2017, conservative political activist Rob Harmon made a reference to the Book of Romans, […]

County Judge Doyal, Commissioner Riley spew three biggest lies about the $73 million, 3.6 mile, Tx-249 tollroad

Conroe, September 21 – Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal, Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley, and Precinct 1 County Commissioner Mike Meador are desperate to move forward with the Tx-249 Tollway project, which they’re estimating will cost $73 million for a 3.6 mile road at the far southwest edge of Montgomery County. It’s all about […]

Montgomery County Citizens give Trump an A and Congress an F at Texas Patriots PAC meeting (Part 2 of 2)

Montgomery County Citizens give Trump an A and Congress an F at Texas Patriots PAC meeting (Part 2 of 2)

Image: State Senator Brandon Creighton, Republican of Conroe, speaking at the Tuesday, September 19, 2017, meeting of the Texas Tea Party Patriots PAC, said, “It’s good to be out of Austin.” The Woodlands, September 21 – After Mark Keough, State Representative and reform candidate for Montgomery County Judge, spoke about government accountability to the packed […]

CISD Board President Bush criticizes fellow Board members’ decision to refuse to discuss flooded home reappraisals

BREAKING NEWS! Conroe, September 20 – Conroe ISD Board President Melanie Bush criticized her fellow the five of her fellow Board members who refused even to discuss reappraisal of homes and other properties within the Conroe ISD which Tropical Storm Harvey damaged. Board Vice President Datren Williams and Board member Scott Kidd led the move […]

Keough, Creighton headline Texas Tea Party Patriots PAC’s first meeting for 2018 election cycle, political glitterati attend (Part 1 of 2)

The Woodlands, September 20 – The political gliterrati came out in full force for the Texas Tea Party Patriots PAC’s first meeting during the 2018 election cycle at the stadium offices of The Woodlands Financial Group on Tuesday, September 19, 2018. A heavy turnout of citizens and political activists attended to hear reports and campaign […]

Montgomery County Commissioner Riley seriously confused about tollroad; claims to support a voter referendum but for the “county attorneys”

Montgomery County Commissioner Riley seriously confused about tollroad; claims to support a voter referendum but for the “county attorneys”

Image: Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley spoke to the Magnolia Area Republican Women at Magnolia High School on Monday, September 18, 2017. Magnolia and Conroe, September 20 – Montgomery County’s Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley had great enough difficulty just presenting a report about Precinct 2 road bond projects during a presentation to […]

BREAKING NEWS: Conroe ISD votes 5 to 2 against reappraisals for flood-damaged homes

BREAKING NEWS! Conroe, September 19 – The Conroe Independent School District Board of Trusteess voted 5 to 2 against permitting reappraisals for flood-damaged homes of taxpayers within the jurisdiction of the Conroe Independent School District. The two board members who voted in favor of reappraisals and providing tax relief to flood victims were Board President Melanie […]

Two bankruptcies, but stark differences in lives afterwards between Commissioner Riley and challenger Parker (A Look at Salaries, Part 4)

Magnolia and Conroe, September 19 – In exploring the exorbitant salaries of the elected officials of the Montgomery County Commissioners Court – County Judge Craig Doyal and the four County Commissioners – The Golden Hammer has observed that, with a few exceptions, rather than attracting a higher caliber of candidates, Montgomery County’s huge salaries seem […]

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