Unethical Montgomery County Commissioners Court agenda practices continue, but Chief of Staff Millsaps promises changes

Conroe, January 7 – Problematically, Montgomery County Judge Mark Keough’s first Commissioners Court agenda for the Tuesday, January 8, 2019, meeting contains the corrupt secretive practices of his predecessor Craig Doyal. Keough’s Chief of Staff, Jason Millsaps, has assured, “We’re following the previous methods for this one meeting, because we had to prepare and post […]

The Political Firing of Montgomery Police Chief Napolitano, Part 3 of 3: How Mayor Countryman got rid of the most successful Police Chief the City of Montgomery has enjoyed in decades

The Political Firing of Montgomery Police Chief Napolitano, Part 3 of 3: How Mayor Countryman got rid of the most successful Police Chief the City of Montgomery has enjoyed in decades

Image: Montgomery Mayor Sara Countryman didn’t look too happy on September 25, 2018, as she presided over a City Council meeting for the purpose of passing a “no confidence” vote to remove Police Chief Jim Napolitano. The City Council tabled the vote, so the final result was just as bad for Countryman as the dozens […]

More of same overspending, corruption at final 2018 Montgomery County Commissioners Court meeting

Conroe, December 27 – Corrupt Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal’s final Commissioners Court in office, on December 18, 2018, became a celebration of spending “other people’s money.” One of Doyal’s favorite recipients of County taxpayer largesse, Terri Jaggers, who is responsible for Doyal’s endorsement of transgender adoptions, paid tribute to Doyal at the beginning of […]

Has the Montgomery County Animal Shelter begun a “Cultural Revolution”? New “handbook” is civil rights lawsuit waiting to happen, reflects siege mentality

Has the Montgomery County Animal Shelter begun a “Cultural Revolution”? New “handbook” is civil rights lawsuit waiting to happen, reflects siege mentality

Image: A screen shot of two pages from the new “handbook” which Montgomery County Animal Shelter Director Aaron Johnson has issued. It’s remarkable how many different Texas and federal civil rights laws and provisions of the Constitutions that new directive violates. Conroe, December 5 – In his continuing war with volunteers who dare question the […]

Riley’s plan to terminate political opponent Human Resources Director Dodi Shaw, favoritism towards one developer (contributor), lowlight November 13 Commissioners Court meeting

Conroe, November 26 – The November 13, 2018, Commissioners Court meeting was a Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner Charlie Riley free-for-all of spending and attempted political hits. The embattled Riley, already under one criminal indictment and the main target of a pending Montgomery County Grand Jury investigation, took his anger out on Dodi Shaw, the […]

Lone Star GCD Board to hold bizarre meetings on November 13 with one of them secret

Conroe, November 12 – On Friday, November 16, 2018, citizens of Montgomery County should celebrate far and wide when the first elected Board of Directors of the Lone Star Groundwater Conservation District (LSGCD) will take the oath of office and, hopefully, begin to unwind the completely unnecessary regulations of the District, which have forced water […]

BREAKING NEWS! Wilkerson forms new political party but shhhhhh! It’s a secret: please don’t tell anyone who the officers of The Montgomery County Republican Party of Texas are

Conroe, October 10 – Step aside Oddfellows, Elks, Illuminati, Skull and Bones, and the Loyal Order of the Moose, because you’re no longer the only secret societies in America! The “Montgomery County Republican Party of Texas” is the newest society and won’t disclose the names of its Party Officers. There used to be an organization […]

July 27: Funerary Friday for Montgomery County, Texas

July 27: Funerary Friday for Montgomery County, Texas

Image: The body of Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States, was visible to the public in New York City on April 25, 1865, the last day to view the president whom John Wilkes Booth had assassinated ten days earlier at the Ford Theater in Washington, D.C. Eric Yollick, The Golden Hammer The citizens of […]