May 10, 2021
6:30pm - 8pm
Grande Ballroom of the NRH Centre
6000 Hawk Ave
N Richland Hills

Are you overwhelmed by all the wrongs that need to be righted?  When government runs wild, are there really any answers?  Is there hope to turn America around?  Well, yes… there ARE answers.  And sometimes they are even pretty simple.  Sometimes, you just need someone with an idea that catches on.  For this meeting, we want to introduce you to someone who we believe has been putting forth solid answers to tough questions for awhile now.  We retweet him and quote him probably more than any other person on social media!  Come hear what he has to say in person.  Let’s ALL be part of the solutions.

Chris McNutt of Texas Gun Rights will join us as well to provide an update on 2nd Amendment issues being considered in the Texas legislature.

True Texas Project
Speakers:  Josh Foxworth & Chris McNutt
Monday, May 10
Location: Grande Ballroom of the NRH Centre
5:30-6:00pm – prayer meeting (open to all)
5:45 – $5 pizza begins (while supplies last)
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.
For FREE childcare register at least 48 hours in advance 
by emailing [email protected]

         About Joshua Foxworth  

Joshua Foxworth was born in Beaumont, Texas. He served in the United States Marine Corps from 1994 to 1998. Foxworth earned an undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin in May 2003 and a graduate degree from the University of Texas in May 2005. In addition to serving as a marine, Foxworth’s professional experience includes working as an aerospace engineer and a tech entrepreneur.  Though he ran for Congress in 2020 and lost the Primary, that did not slow him down or silence him

 

 

     About Chris McNutt

Chris McNutt is a liberty-minded, conservative activist, consultant, and political professional from Dallas, TX. At age 20, Chris decided to start his own business within the music industry while living in Houston. What initially began as a small music-promotions company eventually grew into a brand of websites that garnered over 70 million visits. With Trill Promotions Group, LLC, Chris managed to forge relationships with many top music labels and artists in the music industry, such as Sony Music Group, Warner Brothers Records, and Atlantic Records, among others. As a business owner, Chris experienced the bureaucratic red-tape of big government.

In 2009, Chris realized the promises of President Obama’s “hope and change” were bad for the country. His continuation of George W. Bush’s failed nation-building policies continued and, once “Obamacare” was enacted into law, Chris’s health-insurance premium as a small-business owner nearly tripled. That’s when Chris became encouraged to get involved in politics.

After moving back to Dallas in 2011, he became a Precinct Chair in the Dallas County Republican Party and became active in many clubs around the Dallas Fort-Worth area, serving as First Vice President of the Southwest Dallas County Republican Club in 2014, and taking leadership roles at the Republican Party Senate District and State Conventions as a Chairman of the Rules Committee.

Chris has volunteered and worked on many political campaigns from city council races to U.S. Senate races. Chris also briefly worked for Americans For Prosperity and also the office of State Senator Don Huffines, as Deputy District Director. Chris founded his own political consulting firm in 2016, Liberty Methods LLC., which helped the winning efforts of multiple campaigns at the local and state level, including State Representative’s Matt Rinaldi and Jonathan Stickland. Chris currently serves as the South Central Regional Director for the National Association for Gun Rights and the Executive Director for their state affiliate, Texas Gun Rights.