The Texas power grid can be an overwhelming topic, so can things like the budget and property tax legislation. That’s why we are happy to be hosting Bill Peacock as our speaker this month. He has decades of experience dedicated to these issues, and is a skilled communicator as well. Bill is the policy director for Huffines Liberty Foundation and the Energy Alliance, so needless to say, there is MUCH to be learned from him. Come out and bring a friend who needs to hear this as well! You never know what nugget of information will be helpful in navigating this legislative session.
True Texas Project
Speaker: Bill Peacock
Date: Monday, March 13th
Location: Meeting Hall
7614 Thomas Springs Rd. Austin, TX
5:30pm – Optional prayer meeting
5:45 – $5 dinner while supplies last
6:30-8:00pm – meeting
No dues. No fees. No memberships. No RSVPs.
About Bill Peacock:
Bill Peacock has spent the last 30+ years working in and around the Texas Legislature fighting for liberty by combining his love for theology, economics, and public policy. He is the policy director for both the Huffines Liberty Foundation and the Energy Alliance. Bill also teaches high school government and economics and hosts ExcellentThought.net where he writes about the intersection of faith, culture, and public policy.
Bill does research on a variety of issues, including energy, economic, regulatory, and fiscal policy, property rights, natural resources, public education, and the relationship between faith, free markets, and economic prosperity.Bill has a B.A. in History from the University of Northern Colorado and a M.B.A. with an emphasis in public finance from the University of Houston. He lives with his wife, Kelly, and son, William, in the Texas Hill Country, where they attend a reformed church.