Keough breaches his “Contract with Montgomery County,” secures taxpayer-funded driver, vehicle

Keough breaches his “Contract with Montgomery County,” secures taxpayer-funded driver, vehicle

Image: Montgomery County Judge Mark Keough has breached his “Contract with Montgomery County.” The voters will have a remedy in 2022 in the form of electoral defenestration. “I will end the practice of granting preferential treatment to elected officials and their employees that does not apply to the citizens of this county.” – County Judge […]

Texas AG Paxton’s Emergency Motion for Restraining Order in El Paso raises major legality issues with respect to Montgomery County Judge Keough’s March COVID Orders, along with other local officials

The Golden Hammer Staff Reports Conroe, El Paso, and Austin, November 4 – In March, and particularly on March 27, 2020, in his panicked response to the Chinese Coronavirus scare, based upon reports without any basis he had received from so-called public health agencies, Montgomery County Judge Mark Keough ordered a mandatory lockdown in Montgomery […]

Keough to return to Commissioners Court, will preside over secretive meeting with numerous obfuscations

Keough to return to Commissioners Court, will preside over secretive meeting with numerous obfuscations

Image: Montgomery County Judge Mark Keough’s Lexus SUV after his vehicle struck a County Constable’s vehicle which was parked on the side of the road and one other vehicle during a September 10, 2020, collision. Keough suffered a broken pelvis and other severe injuries, but will return to preside over the October 13, 2020, Montgomery […]

Corporate sponsors for elections?! In bizarre twist, Texas Governor Abbott accepts election poll hand sanitizer donation from Anheuser-Busch

The Golden Hammer Staff Reports Austin, October 7 – In a sign that he continues to suffer from a complete disconnect with reality and the mess of the Texas economy he has created with his panicked mandates in response to the Chinese Coronavirus, Texas Governor Greg Abbott proudly announced the delivery of 39 pallets of […]

Businessman Tibbs angers Montgomery County Commissioners Court members by telling the truth that they get favorable treatment on their property tax appraisals from the Appraisal District

The Golden Hammer Staff Reports Conroe, September 11 – Local businessman Dennis Tibbs spoke at the September 8, 2020, Special Meeting of the Montgomery County Commissioners Court and drew the ire of three of the five Court members – Precinct 3 Commissioner James Noack, County Judge Mark Keough, and Precinct 4 Commissioner James Metts – […]

BREAKING NEWS! Montgomery County Judge Keough collides with Precinct 5 Deputy Constable, sent to hospital for treatment

BREAKING NEWS! The Golden Hammer Staff Reports The Woodlands, September 10 – Montgomery County Judge Mark Keough slammed his vehicle into a Precinct 5 Montgomery County Deputy Constable’s official vehicle at approximately 7:28 a.m. this morning at the intersection of Grogans Mill Road and Blue Fox Lane. The Golden Hammer learned the identity of the Deputy […]

Governor goes into hiding during COVID-19 crisis, as former State Representative Keough confirms during Montgomery County Commissioners Court meeting

The Golden Hammer Staff Reports Austin and Conroe, September 9 – Since March 28, 2020, Texas Governor Greg Abbott has exercised almost dictatorial powers supposedly to respond to the COVID-19, or Chinese Coronavirus, “disaster,” which Abbott has repeatedly declared under federal and state law. Abbott has shut down businesses, restricted restaurants and hair salons, for a […]

Texas Attorney General Paxton warns Cameron County Judge of potential liability for dictating how private religious schools may operate

The Golden Hammer Staff Reports Conroe, September 8 – Attorney General Ken Paxton on Friday, September 4, 2020, issued a letter to Cameron County Judge Eddie Treviño, warning against a control order issued jointly by Judge Treviño and the county’s health authority that specifically dictates how religious private schools may operate. The order, which attempts to prohibit in-person […]

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