Precinct 2 Commissioner Candidate Gregory Parker responds to article about road bond failure: “Finish What You Started, First!”

Conroe and Magnolia, November 18 – Gregory Parker, candidate for Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner and a former 2-term Comal County Commissioner, responded to The Golden Hammer‘s article from earlier today, “Two Years After Passage of the Road Bond Referendum, Montgomery County Has Seen Little Progress on Roads, which are Becoming a ‘Spaghetti Loop,’” The Golden Hammer, […]

Seven dictatorial examples jump out in November 14 Commissioners Court meeting agenda

Conroe, November 13 – Government succeeds at dictatorship utilizing three techniques: secrecy, destruction of the rights of freedom, and the raw wielding of power. On Tuesday, November 14, 2017, the Montgomery County Commissioners Court will meet and spend millions of citizen dollars. Since Craig Doyal became the County Judge and Charlie Riley became Precinct 2 […]

Court of Appeals to hear all oral arguments in criminal cases against Doyal, Riley, Davenport on January 25

Beaumont, November 4 – The Beaumont Court of Appeals agreed on Thursday to hear together all of the oral arguments in the criminal cases under the Texas Open Meetings Act against Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal, Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley, and local political boss Marc Davenport. The oral arguments will occur on January […]

Metts, Mack perpetuate Davenport’s impersonation of public employee

Metts, Mack perpetuate Davenport’s impersonation of public employee

Image: Embattled County Treasurer Stephanne Davenport (left) and corrupt local political boss Marc Davenport (right). Conroe, November 2 – James Metts and Wayne Mack, two Justices of the Peace in Montgomery County, have perpetuated corrupt local political boss Marc Davenport’s impersonation of a public employee for several years. Their actions would seem to raise the […]

Beaumont Court of Appeals takes the ethical approach all the way around in Texas Open Meetings Act case

Beaumont, November 1 – The four-person Beaumont Court of Appeals has taken the ethical approach all the way around in the Texas Open Meetings Act criminal case against Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal, Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley, and local political boss Marc Davenport. Justice Charles Kreger recused himself from participating in the case. […]

Why Charlie Riley had to get Deanne a job: the full story

Why Charlie Riley had to get Deanne a job: the full story

Image: Some personnel from Precinct 5 Constable David Hill’s office, June 28, 2017, left to right: Deanne Riley (receptionist), Chris Jones (Chief Deputy), Billy Masden (Captain), and Rebecca Stauth (receptionist). Magnolia and Conroe, October 31 – Before the end of the year in 2016, Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley realized he had to get […]

Doyal, Riley delay Texas Open Meetings criminal case oral argument until January 25, decision by March Primary Election unlikely

Beaumont, October 27 – The Beaumont Court of Appeals the two-month delay request of criminal defendants, Craig Doyal and Charlie Riley, who are, respectively, the Montgomery County Judge and Precinct 2 County Commissioner. Local political boss Marc Davenport is a co-defendant along with Doyal and Riley for allegedly violating Section 551.143 of the Texas Open […]

An editorial question: do you agree with this statement? Updated with full explanation

ERIC YOLLICK, The Golden Hammer A politician recently made what he believes is an important statement that defines how a government must function. Many people immediately agreed with him entirely with respect to this statement. Do you agree with his statement? He said, “A government’s legitimacy is mainly a function of consistently delivered values, together with […]

Open Meetings Act prosecution submits final briefs to Court of Appeals in criminal case against Doyal, Riley, Davenport

Beaumont, October 25 – After a blockbuster “friend of the court” Brief from Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton urging the Beaumont Court of Appeals to permit the criminal indictments of Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal, Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley, and local political boss Marc Davenport to proceed to trial, the Special Prosecutors – […]

Montgomery County Government “For Sale” Part 6: why it’s so important to the Davenport Ring to get rid of Commissioner Jim Clark (and Bagley too)

Montgomery County Government “For Sale” Part 6: why it’s so important to the Davenport Ring to get rid of Commissioner Jim Clark (and Bagley too)

Image: Precinct 4 County Commissioner Jim Clark with Montgomery County Republican Party Chairman Walter Wilkerson, Jr., at the East Montgomery County Senior Center on October 10, 2017. It’s critical to the Davenport Ring – the corrupt group that follows corrupt local political boss Marc Davenport – that they get rid of Precinct 4 County Commissioner […]

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