Feb 21: KrisAnne Hall is back!

Posted March 24th, 2014 by Julie

What a treat to have KrisAnne Hall return to NE Tarrant Tea Party!  We hosted her in early 2014, and the feedback was so overwhelming that we are bringing her back to do her full 5-hour presentation.  More details coming…

Categories:  Events | US Constitution

KrisAnne Hall at NETTP — Best Speaker Ever?

Posted February 23rd, 2014 by Julie

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“FANTASTIC!”

“Soo many more should hear what we heard.”

“She was absolutely fabulous! Hard to say much more than that about her.”

“Bet she did step on some toes but she surely woke people up and made us think.”

“Awesome Lady.”

That’s what people were saying about our last guest speaker, KrisAnne Hall. Here’s a link; see for yourself. We are going to bring her back for a full-day presentation.

Part I

Part II

Part III

Message to NETTP Members on FOX

Posted January 25th, 2014 by Julie

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NE Tarrant Tea Party President Julie McCarty was on the Greta Van Susteren Show and had a special message to share with members of the group…

>>>>>Watch and listen here!<<<<<

June 9: Chad Kent – The Constitution In One Hour

Posted December 31st, 2013 by Julie

The Constitution…  that little document that all good conservatives are supposed to know and understand backwards and forwards, right?  Need some help with that?  Want to brush up on your facts?  We could all use a good refresher course, and Chad Kent has just the thing.  In one hour and in a fun and lively way, he teaches the entire Constitution.  Don’t miss this chance to improve your knowledge!

NE Tarrant Tea Party meeting

Guest Speaker:  Chad Kent, The Constitution in One Hour

 June 9, 2014, 6:30-8pm

$5 dinner served at 5:45pm

Location:  Hurst Library, 901 Precinct Line Road
Hurst, TX 76053

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About Chad Kent:

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Chad Kent is an award-winning speaker and the author of the book “Un-complicating the Constitution.”  For over six years he has been helping people from all over the country realize that they can understand the Constitution.  Currently, you can hear Chad’s weekly radio segment during The Chris Salcedo Show on The Blaze Radio Network.  When he’s not out teaching the Constitution, Chad lives in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area with his wife, Sarah, and their twin boys where he is also a homeschooling stay-at-home dad.

For more information about Chad, visit his web site at www.chadkentspeaks.com.

A member’s letter to Burgess

Posted September 5th, 2013 by Julie

One of our members recently wrote a letter to Congressman Burgess and asked NETTP to share it.  He is hopeful that others will join with him in encouraging the Congressman to start impeachment proceedings against President Obama.

NETTP members may have differing feelings about whether this man’s efforts are right or wrong, realistic or futile, but what is significant is that this young man acted on his beliefs.  He researched well, he put forth a thoughtful argument, and he’s seeking support from others.  That right there is how change happens and how things get done.  And that’s why we are sharing it with you — as a good example of citizen activism and initiative.

Please click below to read his letter.  If you want to add your voice of support, you may contact the author at dominodrake@gmail.com, and of course you can contact Congressman Burgess by clicking here.

A Letter to Congressman Burgess

Feb 10: KrisAnne Hall – Mixing Politics and Religion

Posted July 7th, 2013 by Julie

The #1 topic most near and dear to my heart… and we have the #1 speaker on the subject!  I am thrilled for NE Tarrant Tea Party to host KrisAnne Hall.  KrisAnne is a nationally known teacher on the US Constitution and famous amongst tea partiers.  She is also forthright on the need for Christians, pastors and churches to actively engage in politics.  Do not miss this meeting! ~ Julie McCarty, NETTP President

NE Tarrant Tea Party meeting

Guest Speaker:  KrisAnne Hall, Constitutional Educator

Feb 10, 2014, 6:30-8:15pm

$5 dinner served at 5:45pm

Brookside Convention Center (1244 Brookside Dr, Hurst)

 

About KrisAnne Hall:

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KrisAnne Hall is an attorney and former prosecutor, fired after teaching the Constitution to TEA Party groups – she would not sacrifice liberty for a paycheck. She is a disabled veteran of the US Army, a Russian linguist, a mother, a pastor’s wife and a patriot.  She now travels the country and teaches the Constitution and the history that gave us our founding documents.

KrisAnne Hall does not just teach the Constitution, she lays the foundations that show how reliable and relevant our founding documents are today.

Born and raised in St. Louis, MO. She received her undergraduate degree in Bio-Chemistry from Blackburn College in 1991 and her J.D. from the University of Florida, Levin College of Law and is a former Russian Linguist for the US Army.  KrisAnne worked for several years as a state prosecutor and two years with a prominent law firm defending religious liberty and first amendment rights.  KrisAnne now resides in North Florida with her husband Chris (a pastor and former foreign language instructor for the US Navy) and her adopted son Colton.

Author of Not a Living Breathing Document: Reclaiming Our Constitution, and the DVD series The Roots of Liberty: The Historic Foundations of The Bill of Rights and Bedtime Stories for Budding Patriots and Essential Stories for Junior Patriots. Two books that inspired KrisAnne’s love for our history were Founding Brothers by Joseph Ellis and 1776 by David McCollough.

Awarded the Freedom Fighter award by Americans for Prosperity, the Certificate of Achievement from the Sons of the Revolution for her defense of Liberty, and Congressman James Blair Award for Defending the Constitution.

KrisAnne is an incredibly passionate speaker – a true Patrick Henry of our time.  She speaks to audiences all across the country on Constitutional History, American Exceptionalism, and the Fight for Liberty.  Her passion and enthusiasm is contagious and she is able to inspire any group.  A steadfast warrior in the Tea Party battle.

Apr 8: NE Tarrant Tea Party hosts TX Atty Gen Greg Abbott

Posted January 11th, 2013 by Julie

Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott is considered a rock star by most conservatives across the state!  He’s a great storyteller, he indicated his favor toward the tea party early on by handing out Gadsden Flags in his 2010 campaign, and he fights daily for our Constitutional rights.  He’s been known to describe his work day like this, “I go to work; I sue the Federal Government; I go home.”  Come hear what he has to share with NE Tarrant Tea Party!

NE Tarrant Tea Party meeting

Guest Speaker:  TX Atty Gen Greg Abbott

April 8, 2013, 7:00-8:00pm

Palace Theater, 300 S Main St, Grapevine 76051

This event is FREE and open to all

(NETTP reserves the right to decline admittance as we deem appropriate).

You are also invited to our VIP Reception

Monday, April 8, 6-7pm (immediately prior to the main meeting)

Lancaster Theater (attached to the Palace Theater at 300 S Main in Grapevine)

$45 + Paypal fees (total $47.12)

Limited to the first 60 people to sign up

 

 

Click here to purchase a ticket.

 

 

 

Attorney General Greg Abbott was reelected as the 50th Attorney General of Texas on November 2, 2010. Prior to his election as attorney general, Greg Abbott served as a Justice on the Texas Supreme Court and as a State District Judge in Harris County.

As the state’s chief law enforcement official, Attorney General Abbott has made protecting children and families and values the focus of his administration. Shortly after taking office, Attorney General Abbott established a Cyber Crimes Unit to arrest criminals who use the Internet to prey upon children; a Fugitive Unit to arrest convicted sex offenders who violate their parole; and an expanded Medicaid Fraud Control Unit to crack down on elder abuse and waste of taxpayer dollars. Since taking office, General Abbott has collected more than $24 billion in child support for Texas children.

In his capacity as the state’s lawyer, Attorney General Abbott oversees more than 700 attorneys who represent the State of Texas. General Abbott has personally appeared in courtrooms around the state and has obtained indictments against criminals charged with offenses ranging from attempted aggravated assault of a child to capital murder. In March 2005, General Abbott personally appeared before the United States Supreme Court, where he successfully defended the constitutionality of the Ten Commandments display that adorns the Texas Capitol grounds.

General Abbott’s career in public service began in Houston, where he served as a highly rated state trial judge in the 129th District Court for three years and was named “Trial Judge of the Year” by the Texas Association of Civil Trial and Appellate Specialists. In 1995, then-Governor George W. Bush appointed Abbott to the Texas Supreme Court, where he served with distinction. Twice elected to the Texas Supreme Court, Abbott earned numerous awards, including “Jurist of the Year” from the Texas Review of Law & Politics and Appellate Specialists; and “Appellate Judge of the Year” from the Texas Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates.”

An active participant in his community, General Abbott has held leadership positions in numerous organizations, including the Central Texas Chapter of Goodwill Industries, the Governor’s Committee to Promote Adoption, Justice for All, and the Texas Institute for Rehabilitation and Research Foundation. In 2004, General Abbott served as Honorary State Chairman of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Texas.

A native Texan, Attorney General Abbott was born in Wichita Falls and raised in Duncanville. After graduating from The University of Texas with a B.B.A. in Finance, he received his law degree from Vanderbilt University. Shortly after graduating from law school, he was partially paralyzed by a falling tree while jogging. He and his wife, Cecilia, a former school teacher and principal, have been married for 31 years. They live in Austin with their daughter, Audrey.

Feb 11: Stephen Broden – Constitutional Defenders of TX

Posted August 19th, 2012 by Julie

In the 3+ year history of NETTP, one of our most popular speakers of all time is Pastor Stephen Broden.  And he’s back.

NE Tarrant Tea Party meeting

Guest Speaker:  Stephen Broden w/ Constitutional Defenders of Texas

February 11, 2013, 6:30-8:00pm

$5 dinner served at 6pm

Grace Community Church

251 Countryside Ct, Southlake  76092

Constitutional Defenders of Texas:

We are a Dallas, Texas based group dedicated to holding our elected Representatives accountable to their Oath of Office, while remaining focused on the United States Constitution in all of their business conduct.

Our Mission Statement:

“To uphold and protect the integrity of the US Constitution.”

Our Vision:

Is to HOLD accountable those elected Representatives who violated their Oath to uphold and protect the Constitution.

 

Our OBJECTIVES:

1.     Create a List of Violations (Include Omissions)

2.     Create a List of Violators, who are bound by the Oath they took to Protect and Defend the US Constitution

3.     Identify Like-minded Organizations and Compile a List of Resources and Resource People to Leverage Our Message

4.     Publish Our Verified Findings to inform the Electorate and make the Violators accountable

5.     Demand a Lawsuit re: NDAA, Patriot Act. TSA. NDRA, Agenda 21….

6.     To Develop Marketing and Communication Material to Inform and Educate the Electorate for Public Involvement i.e. Radio, T.V., Billboards, Web site

7.     Public Demonstrations

Nov 14: Gary Aldrich, former FBI Agent inside the Clinton White House

Posted November 2nd, 2011 by Julie

NE Tarrant Tea Party meeting

Guest Speaker: Gary Aldrich, former FBI Agent

Nov 14, 2011, 6:30-8:00pm

$5 pizza dinner served at 6pm (see note below re: free dinner!)

1060 E Highland, Southlake 76092

(bldg 1020 of Highland Meadow Montessori Academy)

Join us to hear from Gary Aldrich, American Patriot, Entrepreneur and Author of “Unlimited Access – An FBI Agent Inside the Clinton White House“.

On Independence Day 1996, former FBI Agent Gary Aldrich broke the code of silence surrounding the Clinton Administration. He exposed the questionable behavior and serious breaches of national security and attacks an basic American values that permeated the White House during this time.

His subsequent book “Unlimited Access” detailing this, soon entered the New York Times’ bestseller list at #1, and has since been credited as one of the forerunners of the provocative trend in popular conservative books on national affairs. But this success did little to blunt the harsh sting of scorn and criticism that was to be heaped upon Mr. Aldrich. His livelihood, his family’s security, his hard-earned good reputation, and his very life were put on the line on a daily basis in the face of a vociferous maelstrom from the Hard Left who wished to keep the truth about the Clintons, and their real agenda, under wraps.

Mr. Aldrich was able to weather the storm all the stronger though, and went on to release both a political novel, Speak No Evil, and another book of essays, Thunder on the Left, which outlined the Hard Left’s systematically co-option of a political party.

Given Mr. Aldrich’s past experience, he has a particular passion to intercede in the plight of ethical dissenters currently under attack by the media or by a corrupt federal agency or administration.

He continues to appear as an expert witness guest on many talk shows around the nation discussing the Clinton administration, corruption, the FBI, other federal agencies, issues related to law enforcement, and Second Amendment rights.

A 30-yr veteran of the FBI, Mr. Aldrich specialized in white collar crime, including fraud and political corruption. For five years prior to retiring, Mr. Aldrich served under former President Bush and Clinton in a national security role. In addition, he was assigned to the US Senate and House, working closely with elected officials on a variety of issues.

In January 1998 Mr. Aldrich found The Patrick Henry Center for Individual Liberty, a non-profit foundation dedicated to assisting whistleblowers by protecting their First Amendment rights. He is now helping those who want to engage in political dissent through the Tea Party Movement.

Please join us on Monday night to hear Mr. Aldrich speak to us about the ongoing attacks on our liberties while giving us the keys to protecting ourselves from them – all from his Washington DC perspective.

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If so, please let us know that you’re planning to attend so we can make sure to save you a dinner! Send an email to heyjuliesue@gmail.com to rsvp.

Categories:  Events | US Constitution

Sept 12: Allen Clark on Civilizational Jihad

Posted May 26th, 2011 by Julie

NE Tarrant Tea Party meeting

Guest Speaker:  Allen Clark on Civilizational Jihad

September 12, 2011, 6:30-7:00pm

$5 dinner served at 6pm

1060 E Highland, Southlake 76092

(bldg 1020 of Highland Meadow Montessori Academy)

Allen Clark will speak to us on “Civilizational Jihad”…  internal subversion and treason, broader than Sharia Law.

About Allen Clark…

After attending Phillips Exeter Academy, Allen graduated the United States Military Academy in 1963, after which he was commissioned in the Army Corps of Engineers.  Two years after graduation from West Point, he volunteered for a tour in Vietnam where he served as a Military Intelligence officer assigned to the Fifth Special Forces Group.  Allen sustained injuries in an early-morning mortar attack at the Dak To Special Forces camp on June 17, 1967, that necessitated the amputation of both legs below his knees.  His military service and sacrifice were recognized with receipt of a Silver Star for Gallantry in Action, the Purple Heart, and the Combat Infantryman’s Badge. He was airborne-qualified.

While learning to adjust to his disability and to walk on prosthetic legs, he obtained an MBA in finance and investments from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.  Allen’s first post-graduate position was as an investment manager for Ross Perot.  His other private sector experience has spanned oil and gas exploration, real estate marketing, and mortgage lending.  He has been vice president of a bank, president of three oil service companies, and co-founder of a real estate investment company in Texas.

Allen’s impassioned commitment to public service and to helping veterans began with an appointment in 1979 as the Special Assistant for Administration to Texas Governor William P. Clements, Jr.  In 1981, Allen was President Ronald Reagan’s selection to be Deputy Administrator for the Veterans Administration (now the Department of Veterans Affairs).  However, he chose to remain in Texas where in 1982 he received the Texas Republican Party’s nomination to run for State Treasurer in a race that was won by former Texas State Governor Ann Richards.

In 1989, he was nominated by President George H.W. Bush and confirmed by the U.S. Senate as Assistant Secretary for Veterans Liaison and Program Coordination at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.  In 1991, he received his second VA confirmation as Director of the National Cemetery System, a position in which he served until the end of the Bush Administration.

Allen’s dedicated efforts to support veterans’ causes at the national and state levels were recognized with his nomination by the Disabled American Veterans (DAV) organization as the Texas State candidate for the national Outstanding Disabled Veteran of the year 2000.  In 1993 the Military Chaplains Association awarded him their annual National Citizenship Award.”

He retired in 2005 as the Public Affairs Officer for the VA North Texas Health Care System in Dallas, Texas.  His current lay ministry is involved in outreach efforts to help veterans recover emotionally and spiritually from adverse wartime experiences.  Allen participates in many community and civic activities, including regularly speaking at various group events and churches.  Allen has addressed many audiences nationwide as a political candidate, public official, and motivational speaker.  Allen’s autobiography titled “Wounded Soldier, Healing Warrior” was published in early 2007 by Zenith Press (visit book site).

He is a member of the American Legion, Association of the U.S. Army, Disabled American Veterans, Military Order of the World Wars, Military Order of the Purple Heart, Military Officers Association, Sons of the American Revolution, Special Forces Association, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Association of Graduates of the U.S. Military Academy, and Vietnam Veterans of America.

Allen and his wife, the former Linda Frost, are members of Christ Church, Plano, TX.  Allen can be contacted by sending an email to allenbclark@aol.com.
Here is some reading that will be recommended in this presentation: