“It’s Hammer Time” to discuss “Future of Republican Party 2020” at 12 noon today, Yollick returns as host

Reagan Reed (right) will be the guest on “It’s Hammer Time” for a special show on the “Future of the Republican Party 2020” on Friday, July 24, 2020, at 12 noon. Shown with Reed is Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner James Noack, who is running for re-election in the November 3 General Election.

Bill Brenza, Guest Reporter to The Golden Hammer

Montgomery County, July 24 – “It’s Hammer Time,” the popular Facebook Live and YouTube show at MCPLive.TV, will host a July 24, 2020, 12 noon, show the theme of which will be the “Future of the Republican Party 2020.” Outgoing Vice Chairman of the Montgomery County Republican Party Reagan Reed will be the guest on the show.

Eric Yollick, who took a sabbatical from the show, will return as the host.

Reed is a brilliant and mature leader with profound wisdom and extensive knowledge of Texas politics and campaign methodology. He’s 23 years old.

Reed lives in Willis. In 2016, Reed walked door-to-door to campaign for election as the Precinct 50 Republican Precinct Chairman against an “establishment” incumbent. Reed won the election by a landslide and began serving as the youngest elected Republican Precinct Chair throughout the State of Texas.

Reed’s family has lived in Montgomery County for five generations. Reed has lived in the Lake Conroe area his entire life. Reed describes his father, John, as “a genuinely great man.” Reed’s family, who are all very active in political and government circles in Montgomery County, are some of the nicest people you’ll ever meet. His grandparents regularly attend the Montgomery County Commissioners Court to watch Reed, their grandson.

Reed is completing his undergraduate degree in History from Thomas Edison State College. He was the East Texas Correspondent for Empower Texans, one of the largest grassroots conservative organizations in Texas whose leader is the renowned Michael Quinn Sullivan. In the 2014 gubernatorial election in Texas, Reed interned for the Greg Abbott for Governor campaign. During the 84th Texas Legislature, he interned for a liberal Republican member of the Texas House of Representatives. The Montgomery County Tea Party awarded Reed a scholarship to the Patriots Academy of which Reed is a graduate. He’s also a recipient of Empower Texans’ Conservative Leadership Award.

Reed’s hobbies are studying history, archaeology, theology, and philosophy. He and his family are actively involved in Lakeside Bible Church. Reed enjoys attending local theological seminaries to audit their courses.

Reed is an accomplished public speaker. On January 31, 2018, in Fairfield, Texas, Reed spoke at a hearing of the Federal Railway Administration against the construction of high speed rail in Texas. “It is fundamentally immoral for private land to be taken from landowners, some of which has been in their families for generations, and be given to some company,” Reed told the FRA and the citizens in attendance at the hearing. Reed has made presentations to the Houston Property Rights Association, the Texas Patriots PAC, the Montgomery County Tea Party, the Houston Northwest Forest Republican Women, among many other organizations.

On October 31, 2017, the 500th anniversary of when theologian Martin Luther posted his 95 Theses on the door of the All Saints’ Church in Wittenberg, Germany, to commence the Protestant Reformation, Reed posted his “95 Theses, Montgomery County Edition,” to the door of the Alan B. Sadler Administration Building.  It was a list of some of the worst examples of corruption and mismanagement in Montgomery County and made a good reference for many voters for the 2018 election. Reed’s “95 Theses” is a remarkable document that helped to begin a revolution the scope of what Luther did half a millennium ago but instead to bring reform to Montgomery County, Texas. Sadly, the County government has failed to achieve any of Reed’s goals for them.

On February 28, 2017, after Reed authored and proposed the resolution, the Montgomery County GOP Executive Committee voted decisively to endorse a proposal to cut significantly County spending overall, to adopt a 20% homestead exemption for County property taxes, and to increase funding for the law enforcement departments within the County government. The resolution passed by a decisive margin of 21 to 10. The proposals tracked the overall County government spending reduction with a law enforcement funding increase towards which the Citizens Budget Committee has been working during since December, 2016, as citizens have studied the County budget and reduced spending on a line-by-line basis. Reed is an active member of the Citizens Budget Committee and has also served as its General Administration Subcommittee Chairman.
On August 15, 2017, Reed was instrumental in passage by the Montgomery County Republican Executive Committee’s of a resolution calling for a non-binding ballot referendum, which Republican Precinct Chairman and Area Chairman Paul Gebolys (pronounced GA-bo-liss) introduced.

Callers will have the opportunity to speak directly with Reed and Yollick during the show by calling 832.990.9170 during the live presentation.

The show will air from 12 noon to 1 p.m., Friday, July 24, 2020, and will continue with encore presentations throughout the weekend.

To watch the show, please go to MCP.TV on Facebook or YouTube. To call in with a question, please call 832.990.9170 during the live presentation.

MCPLive.TV is the brainchild of Bill Brenza, its President and Executive Producer. “It’s Hammer Time” airs live every Friday at noon.



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