November 8, 2021
6:30pm - 8pm
Life Church NRH
7850 Davis Blvd
N Richland Hills 76182

Bob McEwen is known for his spectacular talent at communicating complicated issues in an easy to understand manner. An economics major and six-term Member of the United States Congress, Bob explains the part that Liberty plays in understanding why some nations are rich and some nations are poor. His interesting presentations sprinkled with humor empower interested citizens to make the decisions that bring prosperity to a family, a state or a nation.

True Texas Project
Speaker:  Bob McEwen
Secondary Speaker: Keenan Williams
Monday, Nov 8
Location:  Life Church NRH 7850 Davis Blvd, North Richland Hills, TX 76182

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.
*Unfortunately we are no longer able to provide a $5 dinner at this location, but snacks will be available.

         About Bob McEwen 

Bob McEwen is Senior Advisor with the nationally recognized law firm of Greenebaum, Doll & McDonald. As such he maintains offices in Cincinnati and Washington, DC. An Ohio native, Bob McEwen represented Ohio in the United States House of Representatives for six terms. Prior to his Congressional service, he operated a successful Ohio Real Estate and Development firm as well as serving three terms in the Ohio General Assembly as the Senior Republican on the Financial Institutions and Insurance Committee.

Rep. McEwen served as Chairman of the Environmental Affairs task force of the United States delegation to the European Parliament. McEwen was selected by the Democratic leadership of the U.S. Congress as the chief spokesman for the United States in discussions with European Green Party and other Environmental Organizations.

In 2005, McEwen and two others, Members of Congress, hosted the third conference of Balkan Prime Ministers for the purpose of facilitating dialogue and reconciliation in that troubled region of the world.

On August 23, 1989, Congressman McEwen and United States Senator Robert Dole participated as United States observers in Warsaw, Poland to the first ever Parliamentary election of a non-Communist leader of a Soviet bloc country. Hours later, the new Prime Minister, in his first official act, received the Congressman and Senator prior to meeting with the Soviet representatives of the regime that had occupied that nation for fifty years. This action was the spark that encouraged the collapse of Soviet dominated governments throughout Eastern Europe culminating in the destruction of the Berlin Wall ten weeks later. Senator Dole and Rep. McEwen met the following day with the President and U.S. National Security team in Kennebunkport, Maine to fashion the United States response and position in support of Warsaw Pact nations seeking to break away from Soviet domination.
Representative McEwen served as an official United States observer in Moscow during both the 1991 Soviet Coup attempt and to the Kremlin in January of 1992 when the Soviet Union was dissolved.

Mr. McEwen was elected by his colleagues to the two most coveted positions in the U. S. Congress; the Select Committee on Intelligence which oversees all of our nation’s secrets, and the powerful House Committee on Rules which has jurisdiction over all legislation in the Congress. As one of only four Republicans on the thirteen member Rules Committee, Mr. McEwen managed nearly one-third of all legislation on the House floor for the Republican side of the Congressional aisle.

McEwen legislation approved by the Congress included the National Strategy Act that realigned the chain of command during times of hostilities, directly from the Theater Commander to the National Command Authority in Washington. Defense Secretary Dick Cheney and General Norman Schwarzkopf have credited this change with playing a major role in the success of Operation Desert Storm.

He was selected by Administration and Congressional leaders to floor manage such critical national security legislation as the B-2 bomber authorization, the nuclear freeze debate, and to give the closing arguments before the vote to authorize military action by the United States in Desert Storm.

Mr. McEwen has often been selected as negotiator to bring resolution to Senate/House conference committee impasses on dozens of pieces of legislation, particularly affecting Public Works, the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act and International Relations.

About Keenan Williams:

Keenan Williams went from being a homeless, ex-felon who was addicted to drugs, to a successful entrepreneur, motivational speaker, author, and Strategic Initiative Director for the Trump Campaign 2020.

At 25 he was sentenced to prison for six years for a multitude of crimes ranging from aggravated robbery and assault to terroristic threats and drug charges.

After four years of angry and violent behavior in prison, Keenan took control of his life and decided that he was not the man he wanted to be. Through a newly found meaning in religion, he vowed to turn his life around. For the last two years of his incarceration he devoted himself to self-education, reading more than two hundred books on the topics of etiquette, integrity, parenting, ethics, business and career success. He focused on becoming mentally, spiritually and physically strong. He began taking college classes in prison and earned a degree in air-conditioning and refrigeration—an accomplishment that would provide credentials for employment after his release.

Fifteen years later, Keenan is an entrepreneur and well-respected motivational speaker, sharing his inspirational story and bringing encouragement to those who’ve lost hope on both national and local televisionand radio. Through the account of his life, Keenan helps others find their own path and purpose and look beyond their current existence and create a future of courage, optimism and promise.