Constable De Forest (a Doyal “Hit List” Member) Calls for Greater Commissioners Court Support for Law Enforcement

Constable De Forest (a Doyal “Hit List” Member) Calls for Greater Commissioners Court Support for Law Enforcement

Conroe, February 24 – Precinct 2 Constable Gene De Forest, a member of County Judge Craig Doyal’s “Hit List” of County employees who have not backed him politically, has called for greater Commissioners Court support for law enforcement. De Forest said, “I’ve been there for commissioners and our community in times of natural disasters and […]

DA Ligon rejects Meador, Riley claims of “scare tactics” allegedly from those calling for County spending reductions: “I’m not scared”

DA Ligon rejects Meador, Riley claims of “scare tactics” allegedly from those calling for County spending reductions: “I’m not scared”

Conroe, February 14 – Precinct 1 County Commissioner Mike Meador and Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley tried to turn a mundane presentation by District Attorney Brett Ligon to the Montgomery County Commissioners Court into a propaganda victory in their and County Judge Craig Doyal’s War Against The Taxpayers (the “WATT”). Rather than saying that […]

Adrian Heath, Political Prisoner

Conroe, February 10, 2017 – Adrian Heath of The Woodlands is now incarcerated in the Montgomery County Jail and awaits transfer to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice – Institutional Division for a felony conviction and three (3) year prison sentence for illegal voting, a violation of Section 64.012(a) of the Texas Election Code. The […]

Avoid the Icebergs Pretending to be “Rising Tides”

Avoid the Icebergs Pretending to be “Rising Tides”

This community needs to recognize that the citizens must become very, very active and vigilant towards our elected officials and other leaders. County government spending has grown to massive proportions since 2000. During the last couple of years, the growth in Montgomery County spending is so out of control that it’s apparent that even our […]

DA Ligon, Others React to Commissioners Court Ethics Policy: Is “The Fox in the Hen House?”

DA Ligon, Others React to Commissioners Court Ethics Policy: Is “The Fox in the Hen House?”

Conroe, January 28 – District Attorney Brett Ligon and other community leaders involved in the discussions concerning an ethics policy spoke with The Golden Hammer concerning their reactions to the Code of Ethics which the Montgomery County Commissioners Court adopted on Tuesday, January 24, 2017, during a regular Court meeting. The Texas Department of Transportation […]

Commissioners Approve Limited Ethics Policy

Commissioners Approve Limited Ethics Policy

Conroe, January 24 – The Montgomery County Commissioners Court approved a limited Code of Ethics in a unanimous vote this morning. The Code was limited in two respects. First, it only meets the minimal requirements of the Texas Department of Transportation which has notified the County government that it must adopt those requirements by February […]