Money dominates Georgia Congressional race, finally heads to voters

ROSWELL, Ga. (AP) — The most expensive House race in U.S. history heads to voters Tuesday in the northern suburbs of Atlanta. Either Republican Karen Handel will claim a seat that’s been in her party’s hands since 1979 or Democrat Jon Ossoff will manage an upset that will rattle Washington ahead of the 2018 midterm […]

BREAKING NEWS! Court of Criminal Appeals upholds reversal of Jenkins’ RUD conviction

BREAKING NEWS! Austin, June 14 – The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals upheld the opinion of Houston’s 14th Court of Appeals in reversing the conviction of Jim Jenkins of The Woodlands. The Court of Criminal Appeals issued its opinion and ruling this morning. The Court of Criminal Appeals, which is the highest appellate court in […]

Texas Ethics Commission assesses $500 civil penalty against former Township Board member Mike Bass

The Woodlands, June 14 – The Texas Ethics Commission assessed a $500 civil penalty against former Woodlands Township Board member Mike Bass for violating several provisions of Texas election law. Long time Republican Precinct Chairman Jim Doyle filed the complaint against Bass. Doyle filed the complaint against Bass during the summer of 2016. Bass was […]

Editorial: On County government ethics, the citizens must go it alone; on County government spending, however, it’s a very different look and feel

Editorial: On County government ethics, the citizens must go it alone; on County government spending, however, it’s a very different look and feel

WARNING: IF YOU ONLY LIKE TO READ MATERIAL THAT AGREES WITH YOUR OPINIONS, YOU SHOULD NOT READ THIS EDITORIAL. ERIC YOLLICK, The Golden Hammer The Woodlands, June 9 – The decision of Montgomery County District Attorney Brett Ligon this morning not to pursue criminal charges against Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal for filming political advertisements inside […]

BREAKING NEWS: DA Ligon decides not to pursue criminal charges against Doyal over “Video-Gate”

BREAKING NEWS! EXCITING TIMES FOR THE FORCES OF CORRUPTION, THANKS TO COUNTY JUDGE CRAIG DOYAL’S WORK!!! FIRST, HE GETS THE TEXAS OPEN MEETINGS ACT DECLARED UNCONSTITUTIONAL, SO SECRECY MAY REIGN IN COUNTY GOVERNMENT. SECOND, IT’S NOW A “FREE-FOR-ALL” AS FAR AS USING PUBLIC FACILITIES FOR POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS! Conroe, June 9 – District Attorney Brett Ligon […]

Montgomery County Tea Party hosts brief forum for 2018 candidates, including Keough, Bagley, Toth

Conroe, June 7 – Although the speeches were brief, the Montgomery County Tea Party presented what looked and felt like the first candidates’ forum for the 2018 election cycle on Monday night at the Church @ 242, the organization’s usual biweekly meeting location. President Patricia Tibbs hosted the presentation that involved announced candidates Mark Keough […]

Precinct 2 Commissioner Riley announces run for re-election

Magnolia, June 5 – Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley announced that he is running for re-election in the March, 2018, Republican Primary Election. “I’m excited to announced that I am running for re-election as your Commissioner. We’ve got a lot accomplished over the last few years and I’m looking forward to continuing my service […]

BREAKING NEWS! Several Montgomery County elected officials show courage, support for Ham’s integrity and stand against political bullying

Conroe, June 1 – Numerous Montgomery County elected officials showed support for City Councilman Duane Ham at his political fundraiser on Thursday, June 1, 2017, at an outdoor restaurant on Lake Conroe. Last Friday, May 26, 2017, local political consultant Marc Davenport threatened Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal that if Doyal continued to communicate or […]