Texas Attorney General Paxton sides against Montgomery County Judge Doyal, Commissioner Riley in Texas Open Meetings Act criminal case

Conroe, October 18 – Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed a sweeping Brief on the side of the special prosecutors seeking criminal convictions of Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal, Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley, and corrupt local political boss Marc Davenport. On October 13, Paxton filed an Amicus Curiae, “Friend of the Court,” Brief […]

Montgomery County Government “For Sale!” (Part 4): secret meeting with Davenport Ring begets County vendor Phonoscope’s frightening control

Montgomery County Government “For Sale!” (Part 4): secret meeting with Davenport Ring begets County vendor Phonoscope’s frightening control

Image: HIGHLY CONFIDENTIAL: FOR YOUR EYES ONLY! (If you are a Russian hacker or a terrorist, please do not look at the above drawing): Montgomery County’s “High Level Initial Phonscope [sic] Network.” Conroe, October 18 – Warning: If you are a Russian hacker or a terrorist from any nation, please do not read this article, because […]

County government (finally) implements proper security procedures in Sadler Building

Conroe, September 26 – The Montgomery County government quietly succumbed to the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the State of Texas on Friday, September 22, 2017, after this newspaper complained about the clear violation of citizens’ constitutional rights by the installation and operation of a metal detector at the front entrance […]

County Attorney Lambright: “You can carry handguns into the Sadler Administration Building; call my office if you have a problem”

Conroe, April 4 – County Attorney J.D. Lambright made clear during a meeting of the Montgomery County Tea Party last night, “You can carry handguns into the Sadler Administration Building. Call my office if you have a problem.” Lambright’s strong pro-gun carrying stance is important but seems to contradict the practice inside the Sadler Administration […]

Texas splits with other states to defend Trump’s travel ban 

SUDHIN THANAWALA, Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The state of Texas on Wednesday defended President Donald Trump’s ban on travelers from seven predominantly Muslim nations as an assertion of presidential authority intended to protect the country from terrorists, splitting with states that have denounced the order as a religious attack. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed documents […]