New twist to Doyal’s hyper secrecy

Conroe, April 6 – A cache of documents The Golden Hammer has obtained has revealed a new twist to the hyper secrecy of Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal, the King of Government Darkness: he hides documents from his Commissioners Court colleagues and refuses to permit County Department heads to provide them with information, unless they make […]

What does it all mean? Answer: THE KING AND PRINCE OF GOVERNMENT DARKNESS (DOYAL AND RILEY) HAVE WON!

What does it all mean? Answer: THE KING AND PRINCE OF GOVERNMENT DARKNESS (DOYAL AND RILEY) HAVE WON!

Image: The Prince (Charlie Riley) and King (Craig Doyal) of Government Darkness hugging at the Prince’s February 18, 2016, fundraiser. Conroe, April 5 – Since Visiting District Judge Randy Clapp struck down Texas Open Meetings Act (“TOMA”) Section 143 as unconstitutional and dismissed the criminal cases against Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal, Precinct 2 County […]

The Inflicted Tragedy of the Montgomery County Animal Shelter

Conroe, April 5 – On March 24, 2017, Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal and his “chief of staff” jim fredricks decided to inflict a new tragedy on the Montgomery County Animal Shelter (“MCAS”). The hyper political Doyal determined to chase away Charles W. Jackson, MCAS’ Director, by summoning him to a secret meeting in Doyal’s […]

MAJOR BREAKING NEWS: Judge Clapp Dismisses All Charges Against Doyal, Riley, Davenport

MAJOR BREAKING NEWS: Judge Clapp Dismisses All Charges Against Doyal, Riley, Davenport

Image: Visiting District Judge Randy Clapp. Conroe, April 4 – Visiting District Judge Randy Clapp dismissed all criminal charges against Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal, Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley, and local political consultant Marc Davenport and ruled that the Texas Open Meetings Act, Section 143, is unconstitutional. The Special Prosecutors, Christopher Downey, David […]

The problem is with Craig and Charlie, not the Open Meetings Act

The problem is with Craig and Charlie, not the Open Meetings Act

Image: Criminal defendants Craig Doyal (County Judge) and Charlie Riley (Precinct 2 County Commissioner) have attempted to argue that they’re so afraid of Section 143 of the Texas Open Meetings Act that they won’t even socialize together or communicate for fear of criminal prosecution. Here’s Charlie’s February 18, 2016, fundraiser where a quorum of the […]

20% Homestead Exemption, Doyal’s Encouragement of Foreign Nationals to Receive Easier Immigration Status Under Obama Program in Montgomery County Highlight March 28 Commissioners Court Meeting

Conroe, March 28 – The Montgomery County Commissioners held a meeting on Tuesday, March 28, 2017, at 9:30 a.m., where Noack led, Riley switched his vote, and Doyal followed to allow passage of a 20% property tax homestead exemption. Points are good. COMMISSIONERS COURT MEETING MARCH 28, 2017, 9:30 a.m. (Judge Doyal and Commissioners Meador, […]

Trial of the 21st Century, The TOMA Trial: Where things stand

Conroe, April 2 – The criminal pretrial hearing on the constitutionality of the Texas Open Meetings Act (“TOMA”) under which Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal, Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley, and political consultant Marc Davenport were indicted in June, 2016, took three days of the past week. The attorneys have told Visiting District Judge […]

BREAKING NEWS: Jackson shocks Montgomery County with resignation as Animal Shelter Director

Conroe, March 29 – Montgomery County Animal Shelter Director Charles W. Jackson shocked the animal-caring community this morning by announcing his resignation as the Shelter’s Director effective April 14, 2017. Jackson met with County Judge Craig Doyal to give him the terrible news. Jackson began his work as the Animal Shelter Director only a little […]

Noack shows wisdom by delaying Treasurer discussion until budget hearings, while Doyal reveals power is his “Meaning of Life”

Noack shows wisdom by delaying Treasurer discussion until budget hearings, while Doyal reveals power is his “Meaning of Life”

Image: This poor man found that satiating hunger did not enhance his life in Monty Python’s “The Meaning of Life.” Hopefully, Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal will come to learn that there’s a lot more to a good life than power before he sucks down the fateful mint… Conroe, March 29 – Although the great […]

BREAKING NEWS: County Commissioners Court Passes 20% Homestead Exemption on Riley’s Switched Vote!

BREAKING NEWS: County Commissioners Court Passes 20% Homestead Exemption on Riley’s Switched Vote!

Conroe, March 28 – The Montgomery County Commissioners Court in a surprise move voted 4 to 1 to adopt a 20% homestead exemption for property taxes beginning Fiscal Year 2018 (which commences October 1, 2017)! Precinct 3 Commissioner James Noack had put the item on the agenda after the Commissioners Court rejected the proposal at […]

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