True Texas Project is excited to be hosting Texas Education 911 this month! Texas Education 911 is a movement initiated by concerned parents and citizens, all across Texas, to URGENTLY fix Texas Public Schools through legislation to protect children, parental rights, and conservative values. Parents must be recognized as the primary and final authority in all matters. School districts that violate the law or parental rights must have consequences. Collecting data and making money off of our children must be illegal.
NO MORE SEXUALIZATION, INDOCTRINATION, OR SURVEYS
“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” There are thousands of good men and women across the state of Texas fighting for the children of Texas! We are determined that evil will not triumph in our schools….JOIN US!
We will also be hearing an urgent message from John Diaz, President of the San Antonio Police Officer Association. John will talk about the proposed amendment to the San Antonio City Charter known as the “Justice Charter“. This proposed charter amendment may be on the May 2023 ballot, and basically says that San Antonio law enforcement and prosecutors will ignore the laws they don’t like. This includes marijuana related crimes, abortion related crimes, and a cite and release policy for low level crimes. With crimes on the rise in all US cities, is now the time to go easy on people who violate the law? Does the city get to ignore duly adopted laws passed by our legislature just because they don’t like it? If you vote in the City of San Antonio, you’ll want to attend this meeting so that you can make an informed decision.
True Texas Project
Panelists: Christin Bentley, Monica Leal Cline,
Lee Spiller, Melissa Beckett
Intro: John “Danny” Diaz, San Antonio Police Officers Association
Thursday, March 9
Hilton Garden Inn at the Rim
5730 Rim Pass San Antonio, TX
5:45pm – Prayer meeting (open to all) & $5 dinner
6:30-8:00pm – meeting
No dues. No fees. No memberships. No RSVPs
Danny Diaz was sworn in as president of the San Antonio Police Officers’ Association on February 1, 2021. Before being elected to lead SAPOA, Diaz served for nearly 30 years with the San Antonio Police Department. During his tenure with the Department, Diaz served on South Patrol, in the Street Crimes Unit, and for 20 years as a member of the Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) unit. While executing a narcotics warrant in 2010, he was shot 3 times. For his service, he was awarded the Meritorious Conduct Award and the Purple Heart. He has also earned several merit awards for apprehensions. In addition to his public service, Diaz takes time to mentor and coach San Antonio youth. He has been a CYO coach for 14 years and has coached the basketball and baseball teams at St. Gregory the Great Catholic Middle School. Danny Diaz is a graduate of Thomas Jefferson High School where he played football, basketball, and baseball. He subsequently received a scholarship to Dallas Baptist University for baseball, later finishing his degree at Texas State University. Danny is a lifelong resident of San Antonio, is engaged to be married, and has 5 children and 4 grandchildren.