Travis County Commissioners Court joins support for Lambright Local Government Ethics legislation (Senate Bill 710)

Travis County Commissioners Court joins support for Lambright Local Government Ethics legislation (Senate Bill 710)

Image: The late JD Lambright, who has Montgomery County Attorney, stood for ethics and integrity in government. Lambright is the namesake for the Lambright Local Government Ethics bill, for which the Travis County Commissioners Court has declared support. Lambright passed away on March 9, 2019. Austin, March 22 – Despite a brief mixup, the Travis County […]

Senator Huffman: “Senator Creighton, thank you for bringing our attention to such an important [ethics reform ]bill and to the work of your hero [Montgomery County Attorney JD Lambright]”

Austin and Conroe, March 19 – After Texas Senator Brandon Creighton, Republican of Conroe, presented two ethics bills during a public hearing before the Texas Senate’s Committee on State Affairs in Austin on Monday morning, March 18, 2019, the Committee Chair, Senator Joan Huffman, Republican of Houston, said, “Senator Creighton, thank you for bringing our […]

Republican Party’s County Executive Committee, thanks to leadership of Reed, Wilkerson, holds unified meeting, passes resolution in favor of Lambright Local Government Ethics and Reform Act

Conroe, March 12 – The Montgomery County Republican Party had a wonderfully unified meeting on Monday, January 11, 2019, as elected Vice Chairman Reagan Reed and elected Chairman Wally Wilkerson led the meeting together to show unity in their goal to run a strong General Election campaign in November, 2020. Republican activists filled the room […]

Montgomery County Judge Keough cautions “It’s easier to work with people when you’re not demeaning them…but whatever you do, hold your ground”

Montgomery County Judge Keough cautions “It’s easier to work with people when you’re not demeaning them…but whatever you do, hold your ground”

Image: Montgomery County Judge Mark Keough spoke to the Montgomery County Tea Party at their regular meeting on Monday, February 4, 2019. Conroe, February 5 – Montgomery County Judge Mark Keough spoke to the Montgomery County Tea Party on Monday, February 4, 2019, and told the audience, “It’s easier to work with people when you’re […]

LSGCD’s Korrupt Kathy (the Wicked Witch of the Water) may have provided a solution to the alleged coming water shortage from climate change

LSGCD’s Korrupt Kathy (the Wicked Witch of the Water) may have provided a solution to the alleged coming water shortage from climate change

Image: Lone Star Groundwater Conservation District General Manager Kathy Turner Jones (center) enjoying the amenities of the Hackberry Rod & Gun Club at LJA Engineering’s corrupt annual “fishing trip” on June 12, 2015, for government officials with government money to give to tax dollar-craving vendors. The Golden Hammer exposed the annual “fishing trip” in 2017 and Montgomery County […]

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