September 21, 2021
6:30pm - 8pm
Meeting Hall
502 Carlisle Dr.
Lake Dallas, TX 75065


Pedro Gonzalez has been a hard-hitting presence in Texas politics for the last few years. He is the founder, assistant editor, and senior writer at American Greatness and has been seen commentating most recently on Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Today. During this meeting we will be delving into our extensive frustrations with the GOP, and the way forward, either without them, or by co-opting them.

We will also have Hannah Smith speaking, who fought against critical race theory at the local school board in Southlake, and is now a school board member!

True Texas Project
Speaker: Pedro Gonzalez
Secondary Speaker: Hannah Smith
Date: Tuesday, September 21
Location: Meeting Hall 502 Carlisle Dr. Lake Dallas Texas 75065
Live-stream: True Texas Project Facebook Page
5:30 – prayer meeting (open to all)
5:45pm – $5 dinner while supplies last
6:30-8:00pm – meeting
All patriots are welcome. Come as you are!
No dues. No fees. No memberships. No RSVPs.
Coming in late? No worries. We’ll save you a seat.
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About Pedro Gonzalez

Pedro Gonzalez is a columnist and associate editor at Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture.






About Hannah Smith:

From a young age, Hannah Smith demonstrated a passion for education that would take her to Princeton as a student and teacher, to the Supreme Court as a religious liberty attorney, and ultimately to her beloved home in Southlake as an advocate for our schools.

Hannah focused on education policy and the Teacher Preparation Program to earn her degree from Princeton University and its School of Public and International Affairs. She earned her law degree at BYU.

Hannah spent the next two decades involved in high-profile litigation at top law firms and at the U.S. Supreme Court. She worked directly for Justice Clarence Thomas and Justice Samuel Alito and later advocated successfully for religious liberty in state and federal courts, including four landmark victories at the U.S. Supreme Court. She has served as a legal spokeswoman on major news outlets; authored opinion pieces and articles on legal and religious liberty subjects; briefed policymakers at the White House, U.S. Capitol, and State Department; and provided expert testimony in support of Justice Neil Gorsuch’s confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court.

While Hannah wasn’t born in Texas, she got here as fast as she could. Hannah and her family have been proud residents of north Texas for seven years. In Southlake, Hannah has served our school, city, church, and Metroplex communities. She has volunteered for the CISD School Board Budget and Finance Committee, the CISD School Board Student Health Advisory Committee, the new CISD superintendent focus group, and as a youth leader at her church. She is a member of the Southlake Executive Forum and Southlake Executive Women. She also proudly serves as a Board Member for both the DFW Alliance for Religious Freedom and the Religious Freedom Institute.

In recognition of her hard work and legal victories, Hannah received BYU’s Alumni Achievement Award, the JRCLS’s Women-in-Law Leadership Award, and the Center for Constitutional Studies’ James Madison Award.

Through the seasons of her professional life, Hannah has always cherished her role as wife and mother. Over the 23 years of their marriage, Hannah has encouraged her husband John as he supported our nation’s defense–at the Bush White House, in the U.S. Army Reserve and National Guard, and as an executive in the aerospace and defense industry. Hannah and John are the parents of four Dragons who attend elementary, intermediate, middle, and high schools in CISD, the youngest of which will graduate in 2032. So, Hannah is passionate about helping our teachers to give our children the best education possible.

About Cam Bryan:

Cameron “Cam” Bryan and his family have been proud members of the Dragon community for 17 years; and, for the past seven years, Cam has dutifully served on the Dragon Youth Football Board of Directors. Cam has coached hundreds of young Dragons in Dragon Youth Football and Basketball, assisted in Dragon Lacrosse, served as Odyssey of the Mind Volunteer Coach, and currently serves as the President of the North Texas Football League (NTFL).
Cam has two children in the district ranging from intermediate to high school and is committed to serving CISD’s tradition of excellence for years to come.
Cam believes CISD’s commitment to greatness in education, athletics, the arts, extracurricular opportunities, and programs for gifted and talented students and children with learning differences make CISD the best school district in the state of Texas. Cam believes continuous improvement in all of these categories is possible and necessary to ensure the best and brightest future for our kids and our district.
Cam’s dedication to hard work first began at Auburn University with his Civil Engineering degree. After graduation, he would enter a successful career of leadership in the aviation industry. He brings over 30 years of capital planning and budget experience, managing a $750 million dollar airport infrastructure program. He has demonstrated leadership, innovation, and management in his public service as a civil engineer and has extensive hands-on experience planning and maintaining significant budgets, managing and leading large staffs, and implementing complex policies across various spectrums. Cam possesses a unique ability to think creatively, lead efficiently, and maximize impact. Throughout his career, Cam has emerged as a natural leader with the ability to communicate and work with all levels of people- from Congressmen to Airport Owners to the flying public. Cam is running for CISD School Board because he believes he has the management, communication, and leadership skills and experiences needed to help secure a bright future for our school district.
Cam and his wife Amanda have a blended family and are proud to have two Dragon alumni and two current Dragon students. The Bryan family lives in Southlake and attends Gateway Church.