Category Archives: Town Hall
Saturday, 5/14/12 SPECIAL MEETING:
Railroad Commission Panel Discussion w/ Q & A ,
MONDAY, May 14, 2012, 7 – 8:30 pm
Finally, those of us who only know that the RR Commission has something to do with oil and gas will get to learn what our Commissioners actually do!
- DATE: May 14, 2012 at 7 pm – 8:30 pm
- LOCATION: Los Cucos – Kingwood, Texas
23730 Highway 59 North [MAP]
Kingwood, Texas 77339
- WHO: RR Commissioner Candidates Roland Sledge and Greg Parker (and possibly others in Q & A)
- WHAT: A 30 minute Presentation w/ 30 minutes Q & A
- Please RSVP!
Q & A: 30 minutes for questions following the presentation.
Any other Railroad Commission Candidates present are welcome to join Roland and Greg in the Q & A period. I know it is late notice, but the opportunity to hold this Special Meeting just arose.
For more info: The Railroad Commission from the Texas Tribune, 5/5/12
Hope you can make it to this very informative evening!
Welcome in the New Year
with Rep. Ted Poe & Kingwood TEA Party
Thursday, January 12, 2012
Los Cucos – Kingwood [MAP]
Please RSVP – we’re expecting a crowd!
The Kingwood Tea Party will be hosting Congressman Ted Poe at a special gathering on Thursday, January 12’th at 7pm at Los Cucos.
Congressman Poe will update us on the ongoing fight in Washington between Constitutionally Limited government and the metastasizing Democrat Dictatorship that is swallowing up our inalienable rights, one after another.
If you are concerned about our irresponsible America-phobic President, the spending, the debt, and our eroding rights, please plan on attending. Congressman Poe is also one of the few elected officials that understands the dreadful danger on the Texas – Mexico border and has been taking concrete action to help our law enforcement officials. The pedal hits the medal this April (primary) and November. We need everyone’s help to get ready.
This is your chance to let Congressman Poe know what you think of his standing up for constitutionally limited government, fiscal responsibility, and capitalistic free markets on a daily basis, as our Representative in Washington.
Please RSVP as soon as possible. There should be a large, spirited crowd.
We should also have open Q & A period as is the custom of the Kingwood Tea Party, so you may be able to engage the Congressman in a conversation on the subject of your choice. We will try to take as many good questions as possible.
JOIN US at
Humble ISD School Board Mtg.
Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2011; 7 p.m.
20200 Eastex Village
(Next to Home Depot in Humble)
Our soldiers, sailors & airmen serving overseas regularly risk their lives for us, yet they are effectively denied their right to vote in our area because Humble ISD has chosen to continue holding their elections in May instead of with the normal November primary election. This creates a significant barrier to Active Duty and deployed Reservists from participating in the democratic process.
In fact, in the last 10 years only one Military voter from Atascocita, Humble & Kingwood has requested an Humble ISD absentee ballot while stationed overseas! The barrier created by a May election extends to all Humble ISD voters as well: a mere 2 percent of the 95,000 registered voters cast ballots in the recent May, 2011 election.
The solution is simple: Were Humble ISD to hold elections in November, the Harris County Voting Clerk would simply include Humble ISD as part of the package sent to our military voters overseas.
LAST CHANCE: Humble ISD only has until December 31 to inform the US Justice Department whether they will continue holding their elections in May, or if they will do the right thing by holding Humble ISD elections in November as nearly two-thirds of all Harris County school districts have done.
Please tell Humble ISD Trustees that we should move HISD elections to November! Come to the last school board meeting of 2011 on Tuesday, December 13 at 7 pm at 20200 Eastway Village (next to Home Depot in Humble) and support our MILITARY VOTE. Our local military personnel: our sons, daughters, husbands, and wives deserve every opportunity to vote as they fight and defend America overseas.
If you cannot attend the meeting, please contact the Trustees at www.humble.k12.tx.us and ask them to help our Military vote. MOVE HISD ELECTIONS TO NOVEMBER.
Jim, and possibly Larry Lane and Corena L. will be there–I have to attend an obligatory meeting for Tasting the Town (Sept. 22). Please grill him on Anti-Santuary City and Illegal Immigration that didn’t pass because of his intervention.
Lt. Governor David Dewhurst is kicking off his campaign for U.S. Senate and we would like to invite you to join us for a special Town Hall event in Houston.
When: September 13, 2011 at 11:30 a.m.
Where: VFW Post 8790 [MAP]
1560 Foley Street
Houston, TX, 77055
David is running for U.S. Senate to bring to Washington the same Texas conservative values that have created the best business climate in America.
You’ll have the opportunity to visit with David, ask him questions about his plan to take our country back, and join the fight to stop President Obama’s war on Texas.
Campaign Manager, Dewhurst for Texas
- This Fiscal Forum will host guest speakers:
Michael Quinn Sullivan, President /CEO of Empower Texans/Texans for Fiscal Responsibility,
Ben Streusand, Texas State Director Americans for Prosperity, (Peggy can’t make it di to a death in her family).
Talmadge Heflin, Director of the Texas Public Policy Foundation’s Center for Fiscal Policy,
Rep. Dan Huberty, State Representative, Texas State House District 127.
Addressing the 82nd Texas legislative session:
- and the challenge of balancing the budget in a fiscally responsible manner,
- the factors, both negative and positive that led to many of results, and
- what we can expect in the future.
Join us as we welcome representatives of these organizations that are our allies in our fight for the Constitution, Capitalism and Freedom.
Come ready to ask questions and provide the feedback necessary to ensure that our conservative voices are heard in Austin.
In the meantime, mark your calendars to attend our
Monday, Feb. 21
TRIBUTE TO GEORGE WASHINGTON
Please continue to attend our 3rd Monday regular meetings.
Kingwood Tea Party Inc. is a not for profit organization. We rely on the goodwill and contributions of friends and participants. Contributions may be made to:
Kingwood Tea Party, Inc.
Kingwood Texas 77325.
Donations to Kingwood Tea Party Inc. are not deductible for tax purposes.