Adrian Heath’s return overshadows Supreme Court Justice Devine’s speech to Montgomery County Eagle Forum

Conroe, August 4 – Montgomery County Eagle Forum had a special meeting on Thursday, August 3, 2017, in Conroe. Local hero Adrian Heath returned to the community after a six-month political imprisonment in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Institutional Division. Heath’s brief presentation overshadowed the presentation of Republican Texas Supreme Court Justice John Devine […]

Montgomery County citizens should demand, expect District Judges, Commissioners Court to reduce County Auditor’s Office Budget to Reflect Shift Of Budget Functions

Conroe, August 3 – Montgomery County citizens should demand and expect that the Board of District Judges and the Montgomery County Commissioners Court will reduce the County Auditor’s Office Budget by at least¬†$348,176.47 to reflect the decision of the Commissioners Court to move the Auditor’s budget function to a separate “Budget Office.” At the conclusion […]

MAJOR BREAKING NEWS! Adrian Heath released from prison to hero’s welcome in Montgomery County

Huntsville, August 2 – Political prisoner Adrian Heath was released from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Institutional Division, at 11:01 a.m., this morning, August 2, 2017. His imprisonment, allegedly for illegal voting, was nothing short of a travesty of justice. It makes Montgomery County look like a corrupt South American dictatorship. Those directly responsible […]

Doyal and other criminal defendants in Texas Open Meetings Act case obtain extension to file their appellate brief; scheduling likely to create messy situation for Montgomery County Republican Primary voters

Image: Left to right, local political boss Marc Davenport and Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal, criminal defendants in the Texas Open Meetings Act case, better known as “The Trial of the 21st Century,” due to its potentially significant impact on the makeup of the Montgomery County Commissioners Court. Commissioners Court members are subject to removal […]

Toth, Parker tell Tea Party voters they’re ready to engage for reform at State, County levels

Conroe, August 1 – Former State Representative Steve Toth, who is running for the State Representative District 15 seat current State Representative Mark Keough is leaving to run for Montgomery County Judge, and former Comal County Commissioner Gregory Parker, who is running for Montgomery County Precinct 2 Commissioner, and is a resident of Conroe, told […]

Comparison Chart: Montgomery County Budget – Current, Citizens Budget Committee Proposal, Commissioners Court Tentatively Adopted Budget

Conroe, July 30 – Numerous readers have asked for a complete comparison chart of the current Fiscal Year 2017 County Budget, the Citizens Budget Committee recommended Fiscal Year 2018 Budget, and the tentatively adopted Fiscal Year 2018 Budget as the Commissioners Court actually adopted it. The comparison follows. The middle column is the Citizens Budget […]

The ugly ratings of the County government through the budget process

Conroe, July 30 – On Friday, July 28, 2017, the Commissioners Court completed a four-day “budget workshop” at the end of which they approved a $328,751,430 budget which includes higher County spending (other than debt service) than ever before in the history of the Montgomery County government. The only reason the Commissioners Court was able […]

Doyal, Mack, and cronies seek to silence the citizens, the citizens should silence them back at the ballot box

Conroe, July 29 – Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal and other “establishment” elected officials are making a concerted effort to silence citizens who dare to seek to provide input into the County government. Near the conclusion of the so-called 4-day “budget workshop” that was little more than each Department director announcing that she or he […]

BREAKING NEWS: County Treasurer candidate, CISD Board President Melanie Pryor Bush explains the reality behind incumbent Davenport’s payroll expense waste

BREAKING NEWS! Conroe, July 28 – County Treasurer candidate and Conroe ISD Board President Melanie Pryor Bush responded to County Treasurer Stephanne Davenport’s presentation during the Commissioners Court “budget workshop” wherein Davenport presented her version of the supposed cost to the County for payroll. Bush’s comments follow: “In the budget hearing Wednesday, it was reported […]