Conroe ISD, PBK Architects slither past violations of Texas Election Code by using public funds for political advertising

Conroe ISD, PBK Architects slither past violations of Texas Election Code by using public funds for political advertising

Image: A slimy reptile. PUBLISHER’S NOTE: The Golden Hammer gratefully acknowledges the wonderful analytical and research skills of citizen activist Kelli Cook who contributed to this article. Conroe, May 10 – Conroe Independent School District (CISD) and its vendor, PBK Architects, have slithered well past violating Section 255.003 of the Texas Election Code, which prohibits the use […]

“It’s Hammer Time” to host MCTP President Tibbs, other activist leaders for “CISD Bond Post Mortem” at 12 noon Friday

Montgomery County, May 10 – “It’s Hammer Time,” the popular Facebook Live and YouTube show at MCP.TV, will host Montgomery County Tea Party President Pat Tibbs and a group of other conservative political leaders – activist leader Kelli Cook, brilliant researcher Cindy Muth Gaskill, Montgomery County Republican Party Vice Chairman Reagan Reed, and Montgomery County […]

Taxpayers slay Conroe Independent School District’s $807 million bond, which would have been largest tax hike in Montgomery County history!

Taxpayers slay Conroe Independent School District’s $807 million bond, which would have been largest tax hike in Montgomery County history!

Image: Some of the citizens who led the Children’s Hope PAC and the grassroots campaign against the Conroe Independent School District’s $807 million bond, from left to right, Angie Smith, Ginger Russell, Greg Cook, Montgomery County Tea Party President Pat Tibbs also known as “The Voice of Grassroots Conservatives,” Conroe ISD Trustee Dale Inman, Director […]

With threats against its own employees internally, Conroe ISD tells opponents of $807 million bond, tax hike: “go sit down and hush!”

Conroe, April 23 – “Go sit down and hush” definitely seems the theme of Conroe Independent School District’s (CISD) $807 million bond and tax hike campaign. Yesterday, Eleanor Shug Westberry Lindley told the Publisher of The Golden Hammer, Montgomery County’s leading daily newspaper, to “go sit down and hush” after Eleanor Shug Westberry Lindley read this […]

Children’s Hope PAC to discuss $807 million CISD bond election on “It’s Hammer Time”

Montgomery County, April 12 – “It’s Hammer Time,” the popular Facebook Live and YouTube show at MCP.TV, will host the leadership of the Children’s Hope PAC, the group seeking to provide factual information about the Conroe Independent School District’s (CISD) $807 million bond set for voter referendum on May 4 with Early Voting from April 22 […]

Montgomery County Tea Party urges “NO” vote on Conroe ISD’s $807 million bond package, after hearing full presentations on both sides of issue

Montgomery County Tea Party urges “NO” vote on Conroe ISD’s $807 million bond package, after hearing full presentations on both sides of issue

Image: Leading conservative Republican activist Kelli Cook, holding “Vote NO” leaflets with respect to the Conroe Independent School District’s $807 million, addressed the Montgomery County Tea Party on Monday, April 1, 2019. Conroe, April 3 – The Montgomery County Tea Party voted on Monday, April 1, 2019, to oppose and urge voters to vote “NO” […]

Legislature update: Lambright Local Government Ethics Law advances out of Senate State Affairs Committee, Red Light Camera Ban legislation set for hearing in House

Legislature update: Lambright Local Government Ethics Law advances out of Senate State Affairs Committee, Red Light Camera Ban legislation set for hearing in House

Image: The name of the “Lambright Local Government Ethics Law,” Senate Bill 710, is in honor of Montgomery County Attorney JD Lambright, who lost a battle with cancer on March 9, 2019. Austin, March 26 – The Lambright Local Government Ethics Law, Senate Bill 710, passed the Texas Senate’s Committee on State Affairs on a […]

Bait and Switch move pulled in Texas Senate re red light camera ban

Kelli Cook, Guest Report to The Golden Hammer Citizens and City Officials crowded into a Texas Senate Transportation Committee hearing, which Senator Robert Nichols chaired on Wednesday, March 20, 2019, to debate the fate of red light cameras in Texas. The city officials were begging to keep the cash cows, while the citizens demanded banning red […]

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