Co-Hosted by: NotInTexas.org and the Texas Tenth Amendment Center
Sponsored by: We Texans, Fort Worth 9-12, We The People Are The 9-12 Association, Inc., Dallas Tea Party,
Johnson County Tea Party, Texas Campaign for Liberty, East Texas Constitutional Alliance,
Texas Tea Party Alliance, Hideaway Grassroots America, TNT: Texans for Nullification Today, The Foundation for a Free Society, Founder’s Fables, Liberty First Apparel, James C. Neathery & Associates.
Thomas E. Woods joins us in DFW to talk about his new book, Nullification: How to Resist Tyranny in the 21st Century.
Woods is the New York Times bestselling author of nine books, including Meltdown and The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History. A senior fellow at the Ludwig von Mises Institute, he holds a bachelor’s degree in history from Harvard and his master’s, M.Phil., and Ph.D. from Columbia University.
Through historical writings, case studies, and speeches by the Founding Fathers, Woods will give you a logical, moral, and constitutionally sound case for nullification, revealing:
- How we can roll back Obamacare, cap and trade, and other unconstitutional expansions of federal power through nullification
- Why the Founding Fathers believed that nullification was the “moderate middle ground,” not the road to secession
- Why the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution gives the states the power to nullify unconstitutional laws
- Why states – not the Supreme Court – should arbitrate disputes between the states and the federal government over the constitutionality of the federal government’s actions.
Debra Medina got involved in politics in the 1990s and became Wharton County GOP chairwoman in 2004. She was a high-level volunteer for Ron Paul’s 2008 presidential campaign, and served as Interim State Coordinator for the Campaign for Liberty. At the 2008 Republican Party of Texas state convention in Houston, she lost her bid for state GOP vice chairwoman. In 2008, she decided to run for governor.
Visit her new organization at WeTexans.com
Randy Brogdon has been serving in the Oklahoma State Senate since 2002. He authored the 10th Amendment Resolution, Obamacare Opt Out, the Firearms Freedom Act, and Term Limits for statewide elected officials, Ballot Access and to repeal previous calls for a Constitutional Convention.
In July of 2010 Senator Brogdon ran for governor in the Republican primary in Oklahoma. Starting off with only a one and a half percent name ID last year, Randy garnered 40% of the vote against a three time elected Lt. Governor and Congresswoman.
Randy recently formed Freedom’s Roll, a non-profit organization dedicated to inform voters of important issues and elected officials voting records.
Charles Key has had a distinguished legislative career as a State Representative in Oklahoma. He’s spent his years fighting statists, government bloat and tax increases and believes that the new Republican controlled House could use some of that leadership while dealing with the current issues.
Some of his accomplishments are:
* 100% Voting Record AGAINST ALL Tax Increases
* 100% Voting Record on 2nd Amendment Legislation
* Endorsed by Gunowners of America and National Rifle Association
* State leader and a national leader calling for a return to our constitutional form of government
* Author of the”The Tenth Amendment Resolution”
* Endorsed by National Federation of Independent Businesses, OK Conservative PAC, GOA, NRA, and the National Taxpayers Union
Already confirmed as speakers and/or panel participants:
Ken Emmanuelson – Dallas Tea Party
Adrian Murray – Fort Worth 9-12
Thelma Taormina – We The People Are The 9-12 Association Inc.
John Stacy – NotInTexas.org
Debbie McKee – Texas Campaign for Liberty
Angela Cox – Johnson County Tea Party
Michael Boldin, Founder – Tenth Amendment Center
Trevor Lyman – WeRefuse.com, ThisNovember5th Money Bomb!
Brian Roberts – Texas Tenth Amendment Center
Elected Officials and Candidates Attending or Participating
Representative Leo Berman (District 6)
Representative Wayne Christian (District 9)
Representative Phil King (District 61)
Representative Sid Miller (District 59)
Pastor Stephen Broden (For US House, TX-30)
Kathie Glass (for Texas Governor)
Will Bratton (For TX House – District 59)
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Showtime: 3pm-9pm. Dinner will be available from the Z-Cafe on site during the show intermission.
Parking: The parking lot across from the building and the parking garage are paid parking. The parking garage at the UNT Health Science Center across Montgomery is also available and free of charge.
The Scott Theater: A State of the Art public events theater featuring comfortable raised seating, a large stage, and studio-quality sound. Upon entering the lobby, visitors encounter a beautiful Italian chandelier eight feet in diameter and weighing approximately 575 pounds. Highlighting the interior lobby walls is a mural depicting the history of theatre architecture featuring Greek and Roman theatres. Each ticketing price level will allow you to sit in a specified section in unassigned seats, first-come first-serve.