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Aug 10: Wallace Hall

Posted July 29th, 2015 by Julie

The story of the UT scandal has all the elements of a great story — villains, hero, battle of good vs evil, corruption, favors, drama & suspense.  All we need now is the happy ending, right?  Still waiting on that.  In the meantime, you can hear the saga straight from our hero’s mouth.  It’s a tale you won’t — and shouldn’t — forget.

NE Tarrant Tea Party meeting

 Speaker:  Wallace Hall

Monday, August 10th

5:00pm – Prayer meeting (all welcome)

5:45pm – $5 dinner served while supplies last
(no rsvp necessary)

6:30-8:00pm – meeting

NRH Centre:  6000 Hawk Ave, N Richland Hills 76180

All patriots are welcome — no memberships, no fees, no dues!

wallace hall

About Wallace Hall:

WALLACE L. HALL, JR., Dallas, Texas, was appointed to a six-year term on The University of Texas System Board of Regents by Governor Rick Perry in February 2011. He previously served as a member of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board on the Committee for Strategic Planning and Policy and as Chair of the Committee on Agency Operations. He resigned his position to accept appointment to the Board of Regents where he has served as past Chairman of the Task Force on Blended and Online Learning and is a member of the Academic Affairs Committee; the Audit, Compliance, and Management Review Committee; the Finance and Planning Committee; the Health Affairs Committee; and the Advisory Task Force on Best Practices Regarding University Affiliated Foundation Relationships.

Regent Hall is founder and President of Wetland Partners, LP, which established and operates the Trinity River Mitigation Bank, a wetlands bank created for the purpose of mitigating USACE approved environmental impacts to the aquatic system per the Clean Water Act. He is a current member of the National Mitigation Banking Association. Previous business endeavors include oil and gas investments and a 15-year career in the financial services industry acting in various capacities: securities analyst, financial futures trader, and as financial principal of a NASD broker dealer. He graduated from The University of Texas at Austin in 1984 with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics degree. Regent Hall is a former member of the Board of Trustees at St. Mark’s School of Texas, former President of St. Mark’s School of Texas Alumni Association and is a recipient of the St. Mark’s Alumni Service Medal. He is a current member of the Texas Business Leadership Council.

 

Categories:  Call to Action | Events

Sept 14: Dr. Gary Frazier on “Global Shakedown”

Posted July 29th, 2015 by Julie

I think we all agree that the churches of America must engage in the political process if we are to preserve our nation.  Our speaker for September is working on just that thing — mobilizing pastors in the 5 key states conservatives must win to defeat Hillary.  He believes Christians must vote and pastors can and must push their members to be faithful at the polls.  His message to us includes in-depth details of where we’re at and where we’re headed.  It’s a life-changing message!

NE Tarrant Tea Party meeting

 Speaker:  Dr. Gary Frazier

“Global Shakedown:  9 Future Events That Will Shake The World”

Monday, September 14th

5:00pm – Prayer meeting (all welcome)

5:45pm – $5 dinner served while supplies last
(no rsvp necessary)

6:30-8:00pm – meeting

NRH Centre:  6000 Hawk Ave, N Richland Hills 76180

All patriots are welcome — no memberships, no fees, no dues!

This presentation is very fast-paced.  Feel free to prepare by going to www.garyfrazier.com and listening to “It Could Happen Tomorrow.”

Dr. Gary Frazier

About Dr. Frazier:

Gary Frazier is a respected writer and speaker on the subject of Bible prophecy, current events and teaches in approximately 40 churches annually. He is a former pastor and has traveled to Israel more than 100 times since the 70’s. Gary is founder and President of Discovery Missions International located in the Dallas Ft. Worth metro area where he has served as a Teaching Associate at Prestonwood Church in Plano, Texas.

Gary attended Criswell College, Southwestern Seminary and Louisiana Baptist University. He holds several graduate degrees and has also been honored with a Doctor of Humanities degree from Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA as well as a Doctor of Divinity degree from International Seminary in Plymouth, FL.

He has appeared on numerous documentaries and television programs such as the History Channel’s “God vs. Satan” and The Apocalypse Code as well as speaking nationally on various radio programs and being featured in a Vanity Fair article. Gary has authored a number of books and video series including Hell is for Real, It Could Happen Tomorrow, Walking Where Jesus Walked, America at the Tipping Point, Signs of the Coming of Christ, The Divine Appointment, The Glorious Appearing and The Arab Israeli Conflict and his soon to be released, The Miracle of Israel. Gary is also a contributor to the LaHaye Prophecy Bible and the Prophecy Encyclopedia. Gary, along with Tim LaHaye and Ed Hindson, travels nationally speaking in the “Global Warning Conference on Bible Prophecy” hosted by many of America’s largest churches.

On the fun side Gary is a commercial, multi engine rated pilot and an avid golfer.

Gary and his wife Sandra along with four grown children and eight grandchildren reside in the Dallas Metro area.

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August 9: Ken Paxton at FBC Grapevine

Posted July 7th, 2015 by Julie

NE Tarrant Tea Party President Julie McCarty invited Texas’ Attorney General Ken Paxton to come speak at her church in Grapevine. After hearing him speak recently to a group of citizen activists in Austin, Julie realized that if the church could hear what Gen. Paxton was saying and learn how they could make an impact, perhaps we might be able to turn things around. This presentation is open to all activists. Feel free to join in!

When: Sunday, August 9 at 10:30am – 12:00pm

Where: First Baptist Grapevine

301 E. Texas St., Grapevine 76051

Speaker: Texas’ Attorney General Ken Paxton

All are welcome!

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July 18: NE Tarrant Tea Party Shark Tank

Posted June 18th, 2015 by Julie

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NE Tarrant Tea Party is hosting our version of Shark Tank!

There are dozens of conservative candidates hoping to oust some left-leaning incumbents from the TX State House this Primary Election.  Should we support them?  Do they have what it takes to win?  Will they stand strong once elected?  This is your chance to interview them and decide for yourself if they are worthy of your hard-earned money!

Our first batch of 12 candidates faces the Shark Tank during an all-day event on Saturday, July 18.  You’ll have a chance to hear their stories, learn their positions, dive into their strategy plan, and do YOUR part to support them.

You must apply to attend, as we must be sure only true conservatives are in the audience.  Once your application is accepted, we’ll share with you the venue and time.

Bring your checkbook!  Only those who are ready to financially donate to campaigns are eligible to participate.  It doesn’t matter how much you plan to donate, but you ARE expected to be prepared to donate in any amount to at least a few candidates.

If you do not apply, you will not be allowed in!

Watch this video, and then click here to apply now!

Friday, June 12th: Dinner at Kincaid’s in Southlake

Posted June 10th, 2015 by Julie

It’s been a while since we’ve had one of our casual dinners! Anyone who wants to meet up on Friday night, feel free to join us. Dutch treat. This is not an official NETTP event, just a chance for friends to get together. No RSVP necessary – just show up!

When: Friday, June 12th, at 6:30pm

Where: Kincaid’s Hamburgers

Southlake Corners, 100 N Kimball Ave, Southlake, TX 76092

Who: All are welcome!

 

Categories:  Call to Action | Events

November 9: POTUS Candidate Series

Posted May 26th, 2015 by Julie

NE Tarrant Tea Party meeting

 Speaker:  To Be Determined

Monday, November 9

5:00pm – Prayer meeting (all welcome)

5:45pm – $5 dinner served while supplies last
(no rsvp necessary)

6:30-8:00pm – meeting

NRH Centre:  6000 Hawk Ave, N Richland Hills 76180

All patriots are welcome — no memberships, no fees, no dues!

 

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October 12: POTUS Candidate Series – Rick Santorum

Posted May 26th, 2015 by Julie

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NE Tarrant Tea Party meeting

 Speaker:  Presidential Candidate Rick Santorum

Monday, October 12

5:00pm – Prayer meeting (all welcome)

5:45pm – $5 dinner served while supplies last
(no rsvp necessary)

6:30-8:00pm – meeting

NRH Centre:  6000 Hawk Ave, N Richland Hills 76180

All patriots are welcome — no memberships, no fees, no dues!

 

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July 13: Irving Mayor Beth Van Duyne and Trayce Bradford

Posted May 26th, 2015 by Julie

Irving is home to the Islamic tribunal that has been accused of supplanting American laws by following Sharia law. When Irving Mayor Beth Van Duyne found out about it, she tried to stop it. Come hear the inside story of the complicity between the media, CAIR and the Democrat Party in protecting this illegal Sharia court. What can we learn from her experience if Muslim activists come to our communities? Mayor Van Duyne will be the featured speaker at our July meeting to talk about her firsthand experiences with the first Sharia court in America.  We also have the opportunity to hear from Trayce Bradford on the ALAC (American Laws for American Courts) bill, which failed in the Texas House.

NE Tarrant Tea Party meeting

 Speakers:  Mayor Beth Van Duyne

and Trayce Bradford of Texas Eagle Forum

Monday, July 13

5:00pm – Prayer meeting (all welcome)

5:45pm – $5 dinner served while supplies last
(no rsvp necessary)

6:30-8:00pm – meeting

NRH Centre:  6000 Hawk Ave, N Richland Hills 76180

All patriots are welcome — no memberships, no fees, no dues!

Mayor Beth Van Duyne

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A magna cum laude graduate of Cornell University, Beth Van Duyne has just begun her second three-year term as Mayor of Irving, TX. After serving on the City Council for six years, she first ran for Mayor in 2011 and received nearly 60% of the vote in the nonpartisan municipal election. Her electoral victory in 2014 was 70% of the vote. In addition to her service to the citizens of Irving, Beth has a 20-year career providing strategic direction to senior corporate management and developing company-wide marketing and communications initiatives. Her professional experience has included small startups, mid-sized private companies and Fortune 500 corporations such as Verizon, American Airlines and Burson Marstellar. Concurrent with her municipal responsibilities, Beth is a member of the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Board, the US Conference of Mayors Advisory Board, the Texas Municipal League, the North Central Texas Council of Governments and is a Hatton Sumners Foundation trustee. She also chairs the Economic Development Advisory Council and serves on the Executive Boards of both the North Texas Commission and the Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce. A frequently interviewed public official, she has appeared in The New York Times, Fox News, CNN, USA Today, ESPN and the Wall Street Journal.

Trayce Bradford

Trayce is a spirit filled Christian, mother of seven beautiful children, wife of twenty-six years and a faithful citizen of these United States of America.  Trayce is President of Dallas Eagle Forum and served on the Board prior to becoming President.  Additionally, she founded Tarrant County Eagle Forum in 2012 and presently serves as President.  Trayce has a passion for biblical truth, self government, the preservation of life, and the freedoms mandated by the Constitution. This past year Trayce was recognized and presented an award by Phyllis Schafley as the Texas Eagle.  Over the past several years Dallas and Tarrant County Eagle Forum hosted a Texas Senatorial Forum that included six candidates, educated its members on critical subjects, and invited several, nationally recognized subject matter experts including Curtis Bower, Frank Gaffney, William Federer,  Lt. Col Allen West and General Jerry Boykin.  Preparing for the 2015 Texas legislative session, Trayce actively campaigned and developed relationship with several members of the Texas Senate and House.  In collaboration with Texas Eagle Forum, Trayce has coordinated efforts and recruited resources to drive legislation liek ALAC, American Laws for American Courts, supporting our grid and pro-life issues.

Prior to her active involvement in government and politics, Trayce led several prayer teams, most notably Dallas Prayer Coordinator for Promise Keepers for 10 years.  She continues to lead and participate in intercessory prayer teams for our country, political leaders and pastors.  As a graduate of Texas A&M, Trayce earned a Marketing Degree leveraging those skills to influence her children and friends to get involved and make a difference in this world.   Currently, she home schools her four youngest children, ages 6 to 18, and graduated her three oldest children, ages 20 to 25.

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