Montgomery County Government “For Sale!” Part 3: The ties that bind (CC – MCAD – CISD – SJRA – LSGCD)

Montgomery County Government “For Sale!” Part 3: The ties that bind (CC – MCAD – CISD – SJRA – LSGCD)

Image: The Montgomery County Commissioners Court, Montgomery Central Appraisal District, Conroe ISD, San Jacinto River Authority, and Lone Star Groundwater Conservation District are tied together through the Four Big Spenders. If the citizens seek smaller government, lower government spending, and, as a result, lower taxes they must unbind themselves from the Six Big Spenders and […]

Guest Editorial: The Truth is Out in The Montgomery County Water Scandal

Publisher’s Note: This opinion editorial of Simon Sequeira, President of Quadvest Water and Sewer Utility, is a great analysis and summary of the terrible situation, which Montgomery County citizens must confront regarding water rights. Sequeira is a leader in the fight to reform the Lone Star Groundwater Conservation District and the San Jacinto River Authority. Sequeira’s father, […]

Montgomery County’s Pearl Harbor: What Would You Have Done Differently If You Controlled SJRA’s Decisions?

Montgomery County’s Pearl Harbor: What Would You Have Done Differently If You Controlled SJRA’s Decisions?

Image: The wreckage of the United States battleship, the USS Arizona, on December 8, 1941, one day after the Pearl Harbor Attack. Lake Conroe Dam, September 4 – There are striking similarities between the United States’ handling of the Pearl Harbor Attack on December 7, 1941, and the San Jacinto River Authority’s (SJRA) terrible handling of […]

Letter to the Editor: Drain the Stinking SJRA Swamp

Dear Editor: This is in response to letters to the Editor and the ongoing Public Relations (PR) campaign by the SJRA and LSGWD. It’s sad that they continue to publish misinformation and misleading facts to support their bloated bureaucracies. They have gotten a bit smarter and are using surrogates to help spread their propaganda. Unfortunately […]

MAJOR BREAKING NEWS: Abbott signs LSGCD board member election legislation into law

MAJOR BREAKING NEWS: Austin, May 18 – Governor Greg Abbott signed House Bill 1982 into law, to go into effect September 1, 2017, which provides for election of the board of directors of the Lone Star Groundwater Conservation District (LSGCD)! House Bill 1982, authored by Representative Will Metcalf (R-Conroe), Representative Mark Keough (R-The Woodlands) and […]

Creighton clarifies his precise goal for Jones Forest, provides update on 85th Texas Legislature

The Woodlands, April 3 – State Senator Brandon Creighton (R-The Woodlands) told The Golden Hammer Sunday afternoon, “My goal for the upcoming committee hearing on Senate Bill 1964 would be to restrict the entire forest to its current use, which is undeveloped, until the Texas A&M System talks about its preferences and has a conversation with […]

Senator Creighton provides update on LSGCD legislation, fights deceptive liberal media on wrongful birth bill

Senator Creighton provides update on LSGCD legislation, fights deceptive liberal media on wrongful birth bill

Image: Senator Brandon Creighton, District 4 (R-The Woodlands). Conroe, March 15 – State Senator Brandon Creighton (R-The Woodlands) provided a legislative update on two major issues pending before the 85th Texas Legislature. Senator Creighton is Vice Chairman of the Senate Business & Commerce Committee and serves on the Senate Agriculture, Water & Rural Affairs, Criminal […]

Mr. Clark goes to Austin

Austin, March 6 – Montgomery County Precinct 4 Commissioner Jim Clark is traveling to the Austin State Capitol for four days to meet with the Texas Legislature for property tax relief and other issues important to East Montgomery County as well as the County as a whole. Clark intends to meet with representatives from Montgomery […]

Senate on track to confirm Scott Pruitt as administrator of EPA, an agency sorely in need of drastic reform

ERIC YOLLICK, The Golden Hammer and MICHAEL BIESECKER, Associated Press WASHINGTON, February 17 — Senate Republicans are poised to use their majority to confirm President Donald Trump’s nominee to lead the Environmental Protection Agency, despite calls from Democrats for a delay. A vote on Scott Pruitt’s nomination is set for Friday. As part of a public […]