After Commissioner Clark, citizens hammer Commissioners Court on wasteful Tx-249 tollway spending, Doyal, Riley, Meador ignore concerns and spend another $405,500

Conroe, September 5 – After Precinct 4 County Commissioner Jim Clark and several citizens complained to the Montgomery County Commissioners Court about wasteful spending on the 3.6 mile $73 million (!) Tx-249 tollway, County Judge Craig Doyal, Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley, and Precinct 1 County Commissioner Mike Meador ignored their concerns and voted […]

Montgomery County Commissioners Court addresses Harvey issues, votes to pay overtime to salaried employees, Commissioner candidate Bagley blasts them

Montgomery County Commissioners Court addresses Harvey issues, votes to pay overtime to salaried employees, Commissioner candidate Bagley blasts them

Image: Montgomery County Emergency Management Director Darren Hess addressed the Commissioners Court during a Special Meeting on Friday, September 1, 2017. If Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley looked befuddled, that’s because he was. Conroe, September 2 – The Montgomery County Commissioners Court held a Special Meeting at 6 p.m., Friday, September 1, 2017, to […]

Redux: Judge Wayne Mack (A Davenport Client) To Marie Moore: “You Need To Give Your Heart To Jesus. Because The Rest Of You Belongs To Marc [Davenport] And He Wants His Reputation Back.” (The Davenports, Part 2)

Redux: Judge Wayne Mack (A Davenport Client) To Marie Moore: “You Need To Give Your Heart To Jesus. Because The Rest Of You Belongs To Marc [Davenport] And He Wants His Reputation Back.” (The Davenports, Part 2)

Image: Precinct 4 Administrator Marie Moore received the threatening text message from Judge Wayne Mack on April 8, 2014. PUBLISHER’S NOTE: This article, which The Golden Hammer published on June 1, 2017, was the second in the Davenport corruption series and the third most popular story ever in this newspaper. The vanity and lack of repentence of Wayne […]

Montgomery County Judge Doyal, Commissioners march for more spending in lockstep: August 8 Commissioners Court ratings

Conroe, August 14 – Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal and the four County Commissioners, Mike Meador, Charlie Riley, James Noack, and Jim Clark, marched in lockstep to vote for greater County government spending with almost no review whatsoever of anything on which they voted. The Commissioners and Judge voted for everything in front of them. […]

Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal follows Vladimir Ilyich Lenin’s precept: “Political institutions are a superstructure on the economic foundation”

Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal follows Vladimir Ilyich Lenin’s precept: “Political institutions are a superstructure on the economic foundation”

Image: Vladimir Ilyich Lenin in St. Petersburg, Russia, in 1917. Conroe, August 12 – As we approach the one-hundredth anniversary of the horrific “October Revolution” which imprisoned Russia for three quarters of a century, we hear more and more from Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal, Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley, and Precinct 1 County […]

The Republican Party is an institutional failure

Washington, Austin, and Conroe, August 11 – The Republican Party is an institutional failure. It’s tragic, because for 157 years the Grand Old Party has been the greatest political hope for citizens of the United States. Where the Party is now Strangely, the Republican Party’s success defines its failure. Just look at where the Party […]

Benson added to Animal Shelter Advisory Board, as Commissioners Court finally cleans up Board membership

Benson added to Animal Shelter Advisory Board, as Commissioners Court finally cleans up Board membership

Image: Montgomery County Animal Shelter Advisory Board member Robbie Benson with her friend Valentine. Conroe, August 10 – After several months of delays, the Montgomery County Commissioners Court finally cleaned up the membership of the Montgomery County Animal Shelter (“MCAS”) Advisory Board. In addition to other changes to the Board, the Commissioners Court appointed renowned […]

Metts, Hayden, Clark unite on truancy, making EMC a better place

New Caney, August 9 – Despite some politics between them, Precinct 4 Justice of the Peace James Metts, Precinct 4 Constable Kenneth “Rowdy” Hayden, and Precinct 4 County Commissioner showed a strongly united front on Monday evening at the meeting of the Concerned Citizens of East Montgomery County. The Concerned Citizens organization is one of […]