May 11, 2020
6:30pm - 8pm
Putnam house
6230 Pool Rd, Colleyville TX
Colleyville TX

When we announced that we had booked Thomas Homan, former Director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), you guys stood up and cheered!  Immigration is always — ALWAYS — the number one topic at our meetings.  Texans especially have reason to be concerned, but this is a nationwide issue.  Come hear what the former top dog has to say on the subject.

True Texas Project
Speaker: Thomas Homan, former ICE Director
Secondary Speaker:  Bunni Pounds, Christians Engaged
Monday, May 11, 2020
6230 Pool Rd, Colleyville (the Putnam residence)
6:30pm – arrive early to park and take the shuttle!
Immediately following the meeting, the Putnam’s are hosting an Open Texas party!
All patriots are welcome. Come as you are!
No dues. No fees. No memberships. No RSVPs.
There is NO parking at the Putnam house. You may drop your passengers off at the driveway and then park down the street at Compass Church (north parking lot). We have a shuttle that will bring you to the event and back to your car afterwards. NO EXCEPTIONS. No parking at the event. The address for Compass Church is 2600 Hall Johnson Rd, Colleyville. The event starts at 6:30pm.
Please arrive early to park and catch the shuttle!
The event will be held outside unless rains forces us to go in. Masks not required. For those not ready to be out and about yet, we will still broadcast live on Facebook and have a recording available afterwards. We can’t wait to see you!
We will only have this one meeting in Tarrant County for May, but we are looking forward to meeting in Denton County again soon!
Can’t attend in person?  No worries!  We are live streaming from our Facebook page!
You do not have to have a Facebook account to view it.


About Thomas Homan:

Thomas D Homan was appointed by President Trump on January 30, 2017 as the Acting Director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). He remained the Acting Director until his retirement on June 30, 2018. ICE is the largest investigative arm within the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the second-largest investigative agency in the federal government. ICE has more than 20,000 Special Agents, Officers and other employees and has an annual budget of more than $8 billion. ICE is charged with protecting the homeland through criminal and civil enforcement of federal laws governing border control, customs trade, and immigration. ICE Agents are located in more than 400 offices in the United States and 46 foreign countries. 

From 2013 to his Presidential Appointment, Mr. Homan served as the Executive Associate Director of ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO).  In this capacity, he led ICE’s efforts to identify, arrest, detain, and remove illegal aliens, including those who present a danger to national security or are a risk to public safety, as well as those who enter the United States illegally or otherwise undermine the integrity of our immigration laws and our border control efforts. In those three years while he served as the EAD, Homan oversaw the removal of more than one million illegal aliens from the United States.

Mr. Homan is a 33-year veteran of law enforcement and has nearly 34 years of immigration enforcement experience. He has served as a police officer in New York; a U.S. Border Patrol Agent; a Special Agent with the former U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service; as well as Supervisory Special Agent and Deputy Assistant Director for Investigations. In 1999, Mr. Homan became the Assistant District Director for Investigations (ADDI) in San Antonio, Texas, and three years later transferred to the ADDI position in Dallas, Texas.

Upon the creation of ICE, Mr. Homan was named as the Assistant Special Agent in Charge in Dallas and later to the Deputy Special Agent in Charge. In March 2009, Mr. Homan accepted the position of Assistant Director for Enforcement at ICE Headquarters in Washington DC and was subsequently promoted to Deputy Executive Associate Director.

Mr. Homan holds a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and has received numerous awards and special recognitions for his 34 plus years as a federal law enforcement officer and leader. He received the Distinguished Presidential Rank Award in 2015 for his exemplary leadership and extensive accomplishments in the area of immigration enforcement. He also received the Distinguished Service Medal in June 2018 in recognition of exceptionally distinguished and transformational service to strengthen Homeland Security for the United States.  Again in 2018 he also received the Law Enforcement Person of the Year Award from the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association that represents over 26,000 federal law enforcement officers. In November of 2019, Homan was also awarded the Man of the Year Award by Blue Magazine, a law enforcement publication created by and managed by law enforcement career professionals.



Check out who’s speaking in June!