Conroe and The Woodlands, October 1 – The Golden Hammer, Montgomery County’s leading daily newspaper offers these shorts, brief articles about some events of the day.
The entire Houston Texans team stood during the National Anthem at NRG Stadium today, Sunday, October 1, 2017. That shows that owner Bob McNair and Coach Bill O’Brien have a bit of control over their team.
Let’s hope their patriotism translates into a win against the Tennessee Titans. The Texans need this win, as they’re 1-2 and tied for third in the AFC South Division. Next week, the Texans travel to Kansas City to play the Chiefs, one of the strongest teams in the NFL this year.
The Golden Hammer‘s first endorsement of the political season: Macoy Noack for Student Council
The Golden Hammer, Montgomery County’s leading daily newspaper endorses Macoy Noack for 6th Grade Student Council representative at Joel Deretchin Elementary School in the upcoming election on Friday, October 6, 2017.
According to his campaign spokesman, Noack stands for lower government spending and is a staunch conservative. During the most recent interview of the candidate by this newspaper, he fared immensely well in answering trivia questions and in a discussion of political philosophy.
Noack just released his Student Council campaign colors!
After a full afternoon on October 1 of reviewing policy briefing materials with his campaign staff, Noack has finally released the campaign colors and appearance for his Student Council campaign.
Tribute to favorite modern liberal
There’s a lady who happens to be the favorite modern liberal of the Publisher of this newspaper. She’s pro-environment, pro-business, pro-family, pro-Hillary (yucch), and anti-Trump. She raised her child to be a modern liberal as well.
But she consistently votes in the Republican Primary Election in Montgomery County. Even though she’s upset with Trump for reducing regulations, this lady is beginning to realize that government is bad at almost everything that it does, outside of law enforcement and national security.
She also supports reducing County government spending, ethics reform in Montgomery County’s government, and believes James Noack is an exemplary County Commissioner in road and bridge operations and Harvey relief efforts.
This lady needs classic Texas “big hair.” Perhaps, it will help her see the political light. Here’s a suggestion.
Congratulations to a great realtor and an honorable man: Paul Edwards
Congratulations to Paul Edwards, who is a realtor with Re/Max in The Woodlands. Edwards is a fierce advocate for conservative causes and candidates. He has consistently supported former State Representative Steve Toth in almost everything.
Edwards is also a fierce advocate for his real estate clients. That must be why he received the “First Quarter 2017 Top Producing Individual Award” for his real estate sales and for his integrity. Edwards happens to be the 14th top-selling Re/Max agent in the entire State of Texas! Wow!