At True Texas Project, we are only strong when our people are strong. Like it or not, one key to that strength is building financial power. If we are to “weaponize our army” we cannot overlook the need for wealth and independence. We are fiscal conservatives, after all, right? We want to provide the tools for you to prepare for tomorrow, whatever that looks like. Join us as James Trombley shares financial secrets with you. James is a financial advisor who was able to retire at age 37! Not a bad example to set! Come learn from an expert. We will also be hosting Trey Trainor and he will be speaking to us about securing freedom and how to restore trust in a compromised election system.
True Texas Project
Speaker: James Trombley
Secondary Speakers: Trey Trainor, Chairman of the Federal Election Commission & Jon-David Wells
Monday, March 15
Redemption Point Alliance Church
107 E Lamar, McKinney, Texas
5:30-6:00pm – prayer meeting (open to all)
6:30-8:00pm – meeting
All patriots are welcome. Come as you are!
Mask, or no mask. We don’t mind either way!
No dues. No fees. No memberships. No RSVPs.
Coming in late? No worries. We’ll save you a seat.
About James Trombley
James Trombley is a Marine Corps veteran, financial advisor, husband, father, and Conservative Republican. He believes in limited government, low taxes, protecting the unborn, and promoting economic liberty.
The son of a working-class family, James’ father was a machinist and his mother cared for him and his sister growing up. A fierce competitor, James was a three-sport athlete in high school. He held a strong belief in service and was patriotic even from an early age. It was this patriotism and desire to serve that led to him making the most important decision of his life at a young age.
“James was a senior in high school during the terrorist attacks of September 11th, 2001. He knew immediately that he wanted to join the fight against those who attacked his fellow Americans. He was so determined to serve, he petitioned to graduate early so he could enlist in the armed services sooner. His endeavor was met with pushback from the high school, so he took to city council to plead his case. With the city and the community behind him, he again petitioned, and this time gained permission to graduate early. In October 2001, he enlisted in the Marine Corps Delayed Entry Program. After graduating that January, he left for boot camp in March. In late 2002, James completed his training as a Reconnaissance Marine. It was also during this time that James met the love of his life, Sara, who legally immigrated to the U.S. with her single mother and 7 siblings when she was a child.
“In 2003, Trombley deployed with the 1st Recon Marines, becoming one of the first boots on the ground in the Invasion of Iraq. His Battalion acted as the tip of the spear, charging to Baghdad in Humvees and light vehicles. After completing major combat operations and toppling the government of Saddam Hussein, he returned home and married Sara. In 2004, James deployed again to Iraq and fought in the battle of Fallujah One, which is regarded as one of the most intense battles of the war on terror. He deployed a third time to Iraq, this time as a recon team leader, from 2005-2006. In 2006, James was honorably discharged from the Marine Corps after receiving numerous commendations. He then settled his family in Texas.
“For the next decade, James supported diplomatic and intelligence missions throughout the Middle East, including providing security to Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient Ambassador Ryan Crocker. In 2017, James began a new career as a financial adviser with Edward Jones, growing his business by going door to door and speaking with his community about how he could assist them. He is also an avid community activist, working with veterans’ groups and local organizations throughout North Texas. He lives in Denton County with his wife Sara, and their two boys, Kyle and Ethan.”
About James E. “Trey” Trainor III
James E. “Trey” Trainor III was nominated by President Donald J. Trump and confirmed by the United States Senate on May 19, 2020. He was appointed to a term ending April 30, 2023.
Commissioner Trainor, of Driftwood, Texas, has practiced law for two decades, particularly in the areas of election law, campaign finance law and ethics. He has served as General Counsel to the Texas Secretary of State and Counsel to the Texas House Committee on Regulated Industries, and has represented the Texas Republican Party and two presidential campaigns. Commissioner Trainor has also served on the Advisory Board of the United States Election Assistance Commission. Prior to joining the Commission, Commissioner Trainor was a partner at Akerman, LLP, and had his own private practice.
Commissioner Trainor graduated from Texas A&M University (Corps of Cadets member) in 1997. He was honorably discharged from the U.S. Army Reserves in 2000 and earned his law degree from Texas A&M University School of Law in 2002.
About Jon-David Wells
In a 45 year career, Jon-David Wells has had an impressive professional success; garnering number one ratings in all major dayparts in 5 different formats. He is also a freelance columnist for the For Worth Star Telegram and the Arlington Voice.
The first edition of The Wells Report happened on September 11, 2001. The world changed and The Wells Report reported the story. “For 5 straight hours, I heard my neighbors and fellow Americans cry out in pain, fear and anger. None of us were ever the same again.” Jon-David had seen the way the media bias turned the news into a political tool and decided he would not have any part of that epic dishonesty. He would tell the Truth. “Truth Spoken Here” became the motto of the show and the true north of what he reports each day on 1160AM KBDT from 2PM -5PM..