Opposites in almost every respect, Keough, Metts attend LBJ School’s “Seminar for Newly Elected County Judges & Commissioners” together

Austin, January 17 – Montgomery County Judge Mark Keough and Precinct 4 County Commissioner James Metts are attending the LBJ School’s and Texas Association of Counties’ “Seminar for Newly Elected County Judges & Commissioners” in Austin from January 14 to 17, 2019. It’s hard to imagine two people who are more different from each other […]

Montgomery County Commissioner Metts took $26K away from citizens merely to build up “slush fund”

Conroe, January 14 – The idea was to reduce salaries as a symbol of leadership in reducing government spending. Then-State Representative Mark Keough drew hundreds of conservative political activists and opinion-makers to his campaign by promising that he would reduce his salary by 12%, so that the Montgomery County Judge would not earn a salary […]

In anti-citizen power play, Metts wastefully demands asphalt money back, even though his allies Doyal, Riley, Meador, Martin approved transfer of funds to County Judge

Conroe, January 10 – In an anti-citizen power play in front of several others loitering about, corrupt Precinct 4 Montgomery County Commissioner James Metts and his Operations Manager Phyllis Martin, whom the Board of District Judges terminated as Montgomery County Auditor effective December 31, 2018, marched into Montgomery County Judge Mark Keough’s office around 8:30 […]

Montgomery County Commissioners Court appoints pseudologist Riley as Tollroad Authority Chairman, Metts ignores conflicts, votes for self, Keough heroically dissents

Montgomery County Commissioners Court appoints pseudologist Riley as Tollroad Authority Chairman, Metts ignores conflicts, votes for self, Keough heroically dissents

Image: Montgomery County Judge Mark Keough showed an Odysseus-like resolve as he heroically voted against the appointment of pseudologist Charlie Riley (Precinct 2 Commissioner) to be the Montgomery County Tollroad Authority Chairman. Conroe, January 10 – Montgomery County Judge Mark Keough was the lone vote against the appointment of renowned pseudologist Charlie Riley as Chairman […]

Montgomery County corrupt Commissioner Metts doubles girlfriend’s salary, places promotion on secret consent agenda for January 8 meeting

Conroe, January 7 – Precinct 4 Montgomery County Commissioner James Metts, who has clearly focused on “corrupt” as an active verb during his first week in office, has placed the hiring of his live-in girlfriend on the Commissioners Court meeting agenda for Tuesday, January 8, 2019. Metts, who was her direct-report boss as JP, is […]

In announcing his liberal, pro-Big Government views, Metts displays complete misunderstanding of government

Conroe, January 6 – Precinct 4 Montgomery County Commissioner James Metts made clear that he’s a liberal, pro-Big Government activist immediately after he took the Oath of Office on January 1, 2019. He also made clear that he doesn’t understand much about the American system of government. Privately, Metts has made clear to his Precinct […]

A tale of two Jameses: secrecy versus openness, gloom versus happiness: Montgomery County Commissioners Metts, Noack begin 2019 with very different styles

A tale of two Jameses: secrecy versus openness, gloom versus happiness: Montgomery County Commissioners Metts, Noack begin 2019 with very different styles

Image: With a lot of good humor and laughter, Precinct 3 Montgomery County Commissioner James Noack opened up a staff meeting on Wednesday, January 2, 2019, to re-orient his employees and begin 2019 on a positive note. Noack’s employee meeting contrasted markedly with the secretive stress- and tension-filled meeting of Precinct 4 Commissioner James Metts […]

Judge Beasley sworn pomplessly at midnight so he could get to work, while Pandy, Keough highlight Administration of Oath for other elected servants in ceremony

Conroe, January 2 – Precinct 3 Justice of the Peace Matthew Beasley took the Oath of Office right after midnight on January 1, 2018. Beasley explained to The Golden Hammer, “I’m not a pomp and circumstance type of person.” Beasley went to work as a judge immediately upon taking the Oath over the New Year’s holiday […]

Sheriff Arrests Robbery, Evading suspect Cantrell

Conroe, December 31 – On December 30, 2018 at about 2:30pm, Deputies from the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to a Walgreens Pharmacy at 20824 FM1485 in New Caney, Texas in reference to a robbery. The victim advised dispatchers that while she was sitting in her vehicle in the parking lot, the suspect approached her […]

Court of Appeals explains Montgomery County Commissioner Metts’ soon-to-be employee Greg Long’s felony conviction in great detail

Publisher’s Note: Gregory Phillip Long has an interesting past part of which includes his felony conviction for theft in an amount of $105,488. Incoming Precinct 4 Montgomery County Commissioner James Metts is assembling quite a disgraceful group of people to receive County funds on the taxpayers’ payroll. Without approval of outgoing Precinct 4 County Commissioner […]

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