As we continue our Certified True Texan Course, we have invited Jeramy Kitchen and Tim Hardin of Texans for Fiscal Responsibility to teach our Texas Liberty course. By the end of this invigorating class you will deeply understand the principles of capitalism, socialism and how they differ. Students will learn the significant value of free market capitalism to a free society versus “woke capitalism” and all of it’s flaws. This course is jam-packed with valuable information, so be sure you are taking notes!
*If you are interested in becoming a Certified True Texan, this is one of the required courses for you to attend.
We are also featuring Amy Wilhite, the executive director of 2ndVote, to talk to us about her organization and the impact that our financial decisions can make.
True Texas Project
Speakers: Tim Hardin & Jeramy Kitchen
Secondary Speaker: Amy Wilhite
Tuesday, March 15
Location: Hilton Garden Inn 3110 Colorado BLVD Denton, TX
5:30-6:00pm – prayer meeting (open to all)
5:45pm – $5 dinner while supplies last
6:30-8:00pm – meeting
No dues. No fees. No memberships. No RSVPs.
*This is a free course, but we still need you to register HERE
About Tim Hardin:
Tim Hardin serves as the President and CEO of Texans for Fiscal Responsibility. A small businessman, pastor, and former staffer in the Texas House, Hardin comes to TFR after serving as Chief of Staff to State Rep. Jonathan Stickland for seven years. Tim studied Philosophy and Political Science in his undergraduate work and holds a Master’s in Biblical Studies. He resides in Fort Worth with his wife Luisa and five children, Elijah, Noah, Micah, Jeremiah, and Selah.
About Jeramy Kitchen:
Jeramy Kitchen serves as the Executive Director of Texans for Fiscal Responsibility. Born in Meadows Place, Texas, Jeramy graduated from Texas Tech University with a B.A. in Political Science. A veteran, Jeramy served in the U.S. Army and Texas Army National Guard deploying to Iraq twice in service of Operation Iraqi Freedom as an Intelligence Analyst. Jeramy has managed campaigns for Conservative lawmakers across the state of Texas and has served as Chief of Staff for multiple state lawmakers as well as the Director of Legislative Affairs for the largest public policy think tank in Texas. Most recently, Jeramy served as the Capitol Correspondent for Texas Scorecard to focus on bringing transparency to the Texas legislative process.
About Amy Wilhite:
Amy Lannom Wilhite is the Executive Director at 2ndVote. Prior to taking this position, Amy was the Director of Finance/Events for the Diane Black for Governor campaign. In this role, she traveled with Congressman Black across the state managing fundraising events while meeting with state leaders, business owners, and supporters. Prior to the campaign, Amy served as the Executive Director of the Aegis Sciences Foundation where she led the company’s philanthropic efforts focused on youth education and character building, veterans support, and healthy-lifestyle initiatives. She earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Alabama where she majored in Public Relations, while also earning All-SEC honors for the Crimson Tide’s basketball program.
2ndVote focuses on educating consumers to make informed decisions that align their dollars with their values, empowering them to impact corporate/organizational activism. 2ndVote’s mission is to stop companies and organizations from funding the attack on traditional American values. Your first vote is cast at the ballot box, hoping to make a difference. Your second vote is in the checkout line. Corporations use a portion of the money you spend to fund several causes, many of which are harming our families, our communities, and our future. With 2ndVote, you become an informed consumer who knows how your money is used after it is spent.
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