Citizen activism: highest political calling, at least in America and Texas (Part 3 of 3)

Citizen activism: highest political calling, at least in America and Texas (Part 3 of 3)

Image: On August 29, 2017, these citizen activists and volunteers had just finished loading the truck behind them with supplies to provide relief to Tropical Storm Harvey victims. From left to right, John Wertz, Mark Frank, Paul Crowson, Bob Bagley, Kelli Cook, Helen Strack. Conroe, September 24 – In the American and Texas political systems, […]

BREAKING NEWS! The Golden Hammer presents iconic statues to Montgomery County government

BREAKING NEWS! The Golden Hammer presents iconic statues to Montgomery County government

Image: GOP Precinct Chair Ginger Russell points to the iconic statues which The Golden Hammer presented to the Montgomery County government this afternoon, as renowned political activist Kelli Cook and Montgomery County Hospital District Board member and Precinct 4 County Commissioner candidate Bob Bagley follow the proceedings. Russell was pointing specifically at her favorite of the […]

Redux: Judge Wayne Mack (A Davenport Client) To Marie Moore: “You Need To Give Your Heart To Jesus. Because The Rest Of You Belongs To Marc [Davenport] And He Wants His Reputation Back.” (The Davenports, Part 2)

Redux: Judge Wayne Mack (A Davenport Client) To Marie Moore: “You Need To Give Your Heart To Jesus. Because The Rest Of You Belongs To Marc [Davenport] And He Wants His Reputation Back.” (The Davenports, Part 2)

Image: Precinct 4 Administrator Marie Moore received the threatening text message from Judge Wayne Mack on April 8, 2014. PUBLISHER’S NOTE: This article, which The Golden Hammer published on June 1, 2017, was the second in the Davenport corruption series and the third most popular story ever in this newspaper. The vanity and lack of repentence of Wayne […]

Time is long overdue for Montgomery County to stop treating East Montgomery County like the poor stepsister, as it’s not poor but a vibrantly growing community

New Caney, August 6 – The time is long overdue for Montgomery County, especially the County Judge (Craig Doyal) and the Commissioners Court, to stop treating East Montgomery County like the poor stepsister. East Montgomery County is rapidly growing into one of the most vibrant areas of Montgomery County with commercial development, residential growth, a […]

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 […]

County Clerk Mark Turnbull makes outstanding budget presentation, shows historical efficiency of his County Clerk’s Office

July 26 – The highlight of yesterday’s “budget workshop” before the Montgomery County Commissioners Court was County Clerk Mark Turnbull’s budget presentation for his County Clerk’s Office and for the Court Collection Department. Turnbull made a video in which he explained the historical levels of his Office’s budget in comparison to what he termed the […]

Precinct 4 County Commissioner Clark vastly outraises political foes, Bagley raises money without formal fundraiser

New Caney, July 21 – Precinct 4 County Commissioner Jim Clark has vastly outraised political contributions over his political foes, Montgomery County Hospital District Board member Bob Bagley and Precinct 4 Justice of the Peace James Metts. Metts has made clear that he’s running to challenge the incumbent Clark, while Splendora ISD Board member Jason […]

Fire Marshal Williams, Commissioner Clark lead successful Tamina Community Safety Day

Conroe, June 25 – Montgomery County Fire Marshal Jimmy Williams and Precinct 4 County Commissioner Jim Clark organized and led a successful Tamina Community Safety Day on Saturday, June 24, 2017, at the Tamina Community Park. A couple of hundred people attended the event which featured firefighters, First Responders, and emergency medical service workers who […]

County’s conflicts of interest “disclosures” lack transparency

Conroe, June 20 – Montgomery County’s Judge, Craig Doyal, and Commissioners have provided conflict of interest disclosures which are woefully inadequate. The disclosures, which appear under the “Transparency” tab on the County’s beleaguered website, raise more questions than provide any answers, especially with respect to Doyal. State law of conflict of interest disclosures Chapter 176 […]

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 […]