Our guest speaker this month is Robert West, the author of “The Five Star Plan”, which lays out his solution to the ever-increasing epidemic of career politicians holding office in Texas. The long-term goal is to save Texas and our nation from these career Politicians by replacing them with Patriots. A step by step plan is provided in Robert’s Book, The Five Star Plan. His resources offer the next steps, beginning with a GOP censure of Governor, Greg Abbott with 14 violations to the Texas Constitution/Bill of Rights. Come and learn from Robert about how we can course-correct in Texas.
We will also have Mark Middleton speaking to us about his experience being arrested for attending the Capitol protest on January 6th.
True Texas Project
Speaker: Robert West
Secondary Speaker: Mark Middleton
Date: Thursday, January 20
Location: BlueBonnet BBQ
(event building behind the restaurant)
3921 US-287 Waxahachie, TX 75165
5:30-6:00pm – prayer meeting (open to all)
5:45pm – $5 dinner while supplies last
6:30-8:00pm – meeting
All patriots are welcome. Come as you are!
No dues. No fees. No memberships. No RSVPs.
About Robert West:
For 30 years, I’ve been working in avionics across the U.S. and overseas. Solving complex problems then heading home where I develop land.
In the past, I served in Little Elm on the economic development board. At the same time, a youth leader and lay speaker for BUMC.
I’ve been active in politics since founding one of the largest Tea Party groups in the United States.
My conservative values are grounded in the constitution and I currently serve as a Republican Precinct Chair in Delta County. Like you, I’m tired of career politicians.
At various functions, I’m asked, “What can I do?” People want to be involved but they don’t know what steps to take.
This led me to write, The Five Star Plan…
About Mark Middleton:
Mark is a full-blooded Texan who has been married to his high school sweetheart for 31 years. Together, Mark and his wife have three children and two grandchildren. The couple grew up in Arlington, Texas and moved to Cooke County in 2008 to live on his wife’s family-farm.