Austin (AP) — When the coronavirus pandemic shutdowns slammed the U.S. economy this spring, Dallas salon owner Shelley Luther became an overnight symbol of rebellion against lockdown measures, spending two days in a Texas jail for refusing to close her doors. Nearly $500,000 poured into a donation fund set up by conservative activists. Republican Sen. […]
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump and Republicans are launching a broad election-year attack on the foundation of the Russia investigation, including declassifying intelligence information to try to place senior Obama administration officials under scrutiny for routine actions. The effort has been aided by a Justice Department decision to dismiss its prosecution of former Trump […]
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Conservative Republican Dan Bishop won a special election Tuesday for an open House seat in North Carolina, averting a demoralizing Democratic capture of a district the GOP has held for nearly six decades. But his narrow victory didn’t erase questions about whether President Donald Trump and his party’s congressional candidates face […]
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — U.S. Rep. Don Young was feted by colleagues for becoming the longest-serving Republican in House history. Young, who was re-elected in November, marked 46 years in the House on Wednesday. He surpasses the late former Speaker Joseph Cannon of Illinois to become the longest-serving Republican. According to House records, the late […]
Editorial: Three cheers for Republican Precinct Chairman and Steering Committee member Paul Gebolys!!!
Eric Yollick, The Golden Hammer Three cheers for elected Republican Precinct Chairman Paul Gebolys from The Woodlands!!! Hurrah! Hurrah! Hurrah! On Saturday, February 2, 2019, Gebolys did precisely what conservatives MUST do to win the war of ideology in the United States: he met with liberal, BIG GOVERNMENT advocates who tried to scare him into submission. Gebolys […]
The problem with democrat Montgomery County Judge candidate Stittleburg is not that he’s a gay rights activist; the problem is that he’s a democrat activist
Conroe, August 6 – On Friday, August 3, 2018, The Golden Hammer, Montgomery County’s leading daily newspaper, published an article “Gay rights activist Stittleburg runs as democrat for Montgomery County Judge.” The reaction to the article was intense. Gay rights organizations shared The Golden Hammer‘s article on Facebook and elsewhere on social media, because the article purposefully […]
BREAKING NEWS! Conroe, July 1 – Raymond McDonald, Pastor of The Vineyard Church in Conroe, won the June 30, 2018, Runoff Election for Conroe City Council handily, defeating Annie Jefferson Burnet 1,326 votes to 640 votes, or 67.5% to 32.5%. The race had strong partisan overturns, because Republican activists openly campaigned for McDonald while democrat […]
From perspective of conservative Republicans in Montgomery County, the past week has been a great one; meanwhile, guess who’s going to war with the Republican Party?
Image: A proper organizational chart for the government of the State of Texas. Under the most basic concept of Americanism, the people are at the top of the organizational chart and remain in charge of the government even though elected servants have responsibilities to make public sacrifices. Conroe, July 1 – From the perspective of […]
Magnolia, May 12 – Eleven Republican Precinct Chairs have signed a letter endorsing Gregory Parker, the candidate for Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner, in the May 22 Republican Runoff Election. Parker, a United States Army veteran and noted conservative author, is challenging ultra-liberal, pro-government spending, pro-nepotism incumbent Charlie Riley. Riley only received 89 more votes […]
What’s a “patriot”? What’s a “conservative”? A Republican? A liberal? A libertarian? (Plus a brief Davenport, Part 14)
What’s a patriot? The Associated Press wrote the following about Ronald Reagan in 2004: “Ronald Reagan, an infectiously optimistic president who forged an enduring relationship with the American people, dedicated his presidency to two goals — the destruction of Soviet communism abroad and the reduction of government at home. He lived to see the first […]