Candidate filing period closes, strong reform candidate slate to appear on ballot

Conroe, December 12 – State Representative Mark Keough, the reform candidate for Montgomery County Judge, leads the list of candidates who filed to seek to win the Republican Primary Election in the March 6, 2018, Republican Primary Election. Although some democrats filed, Montgomery County has a strong Republican citizenry who recognize the out-of-touch liberalism of […]

Pct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner candidates complete filings, ready to proceed with March 6, 2018, electoral contest

                    Magnolia, December 9 – All three candidates for Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner have now completed their official filings, as of this past Tuesday when the last of the three finally threw his hat into the electoral ring. The incumbent is embattled County Commissioner Charlie […]

Afternoon Extra! Precinct 2 Commissioner candidate Parker states opposition to Woodlands Parkway Extension, suggests focus on defeating liberal incumbent Riley

AFTERNOON EXTRA! Conroe and Magnolia, November 21 – Precinct 2 County Commissioner candidate Gregory Parker has stated his clear opposition to the proposed Woodlands Parkway Extension that incumbent Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner and County Judge Craig Doyal attempted to foist on the citizens of Montgomery County during the May, 2015, road bond referendum that […]

Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner candidates Dawson, Parker challenge each other with embattled incumbent Riley absent from Tea Party meeting

Conroe, November 21 – Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner candidates Brian Dawson and Gregory Parker had some strong words for each other at the packed meeting of the Montgomery County Tea Party on Monday, November 20, 2017. Meanwhile, embattled incumbent Commissioner Charlie Riley was nowhere to be seen at the meeting of many leading conservatives […]

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, […]

Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner’s electoral contest starts to get dirty

Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner’s electoral contest starts to get dirty

Image: The 1844 Presidential Election was one of the nastiest in American history up to that point. James Knox Polk, one of the United States’ greatest presidents, defeated Whig Henry Clay, primarily because Polk supported annexation of Texas, the greatest place on Earth. PUBLISHER’S NOTE: THIS STORY HAS AN UPDATE, DATED NOVEMBER 17, 2017, 0930. […]

Political fault lines form for 2018 – reform versus establishment – while liberal radio show host Smerconish puts foot in mouth

Montgomery County, Austin, and Washington, October 28 – The political fault lines are forming for the 2018 political season, as citizens are leading the charge to take back the heart and soul of the United States, reject corruption, and bring the leadership of the Republican Party sharply towards the conservative beliefs of the activists who […]

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 […]

Houston Councilman Parker blames San Jacinto River Authority for “bald-faced lies,” former Representative Toth questions SJRA’s truthfulness

Houston and Conroe, October 24 – Houston City Councilman, who represents District E, which is the Kingwood-North Houston area, accused the San Jacinto River Authority (SJRA) for “a bald-faced lie” when SJRA claimed on its website and elsewhere after the Harvey storm that “they meet regularly to prepare for storm events.” Martin questioned Harris County […]

Precinct 2 County Commissioner candidate Parker stresses “Texas values” in campaign kickoff

Precinct 2 County Commissioner candidate Parker stresses “Texas values” in campaign kickoff

Image: Precinct 2 County Commissioner candidate Gregory Parker at the Blackwood Gun Club in Conroe on October 23, 2017. Conroe, October 23 – “I’m fighting to bring Texas values back into the Precinct 2 County Commissioner’s office,” explained Gregory Parker, a former Republican Comal County Commissioner who is running against two others for Montgomery County’s […]

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