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Meet UT Regent Wallace Hall

Meet the man that uncovered the University of Texas admissions scandal that rocked Austin and sent shockwaves throughout Texas.

Wallace Hall is scheduled to speak at the Mineral Heights Baptist Church in Greenville, Texas on February 9, 2016 from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM


The Dallas Observer reported that Wallace Hall was right about UT all along.  

EmpowerTexans.com posted an article on January 27th, Hall Says Voters Shouldn't Be Fooled by Dan Flynn.

You are invited to hear the story straight from UT Regent Wallace Hall.

Register Here


On February 9, 2016, from 4:00 to 8:00 pm, Right on Crime, in partnership with The Institute for Policy Innovation, will host a policy summit followed by
a cocktail reception in Dallas, TX.
 

Civil asset forfeiture is a mechanism that allows a very low burden of proof before law enforcement is able to seize property from individual citizens and businesses. The assets can then be re-purposed, often providing funding for the very law enforcement agency that seized it. While forfeiture began as a way to put criminal gains to a useful purpose, this government function has been expanded much too far, and now endangers individual rights and the integrity of law enforcement.

 

Program
4:00 pm to 5:15 pm - Panel I
5:15 pm to 5:30 pm - Break
5:30 pm to 6:45 pm - Panel II
6:45 pm to 8:00 pm - Cocktail Reception


Panel I - 
When Innocence Does Not Help: How to Communicate about Civil Asset Forfeiture
Civil Asset Forfeiture is an issue shrouded in complexity and lack of understanding from the public. On this panel we will cut through the confusion and teach you how to communicate about this important issue.


Rep. Matt Schaefer
Texas House of Representatives
District 6

Matt is the current Texas State Representative for District 6. Schaefer is assigned to the Defense & Veterans' Affairs and Urban Affairs committees. He attended Cisco Junior College, where he played football. Then he attended Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas where he obtained a bachelor's degree in finance and a law degree from Texas Tech University School of Law.

 

Matt Simpson
Senior Policy Strategist
American Civil Liberties Union

Matt has served as a policy strategist at the ACLU of Texas since 2008. He advocates for civil rights and civil liberties at the state legislature and assists with local campaigns related to criminal justice reform, such as prison and jail policy, law enforcement information sharing, and ending the school-to-prison pipeline.

 

 

Jason Pye
Director of Communications & Director of Justice Reform
FreedomWorks

Jason Pye is the Director of Communications and the Director of Justice Reform at FreedomWorks. When he’s not fighting for the cause of liberty, he enjoys listening to punk rock, playing his guitars, watching baseball, and dreaming of the day the University of Georgia football team brings home a national championship.

 

 

Dan Isett - Moderator
Communications Director
Right on Crime

Dan is Communications Director of Right on Crime and the Center for Effective Justice at the Texas Public Policy Foundation. Prior to joining the Foundation, Mr. Isett served as Director of Communications and Policy for the Parents Television Council, Director of External Affairs at The Center for Education Reform and Executive Director of the Texas Home School Coalition. 

 


 


Panel II - 
Understanding Forfeiture Policy:  A Muddled History and a Path Forward
Most Americans do not understand why the government can take your property without so much as a criminal allegation, or how such a practice is constitutional.  On this panel we will discuss the history of forfeiture in the United States and in Texas, and what solutions might be employed to curtail abuses of the practice.

Sen. Konni Burton
Texas State Senate 
DIstrict 10

Konni is the current Texas State Senator for District 10. She is assigned to the Veteran Affairs & Military Installations and Criminal Justice committees. Konni attended the University of North Texas, earning a BBA in Marketing. It was at UNT that Senator Burton also met her husband of 30 years, Phillip.

 


Sen. Don Huffines 
Texas State Senate
District 16

Don is a fifth generation Texan, whose family has a strong legacy of hard work and faith in God. He has been married for 28 years to Mary Catherine and has four sons and one daughter. His business, Huffines Communities, is one of the largest real-estate land developers in the Dallas/Fort Worth region. 

 


Dr. Merrill Matthews
Senior Policy Strategist
Institute for Policy Innovation

Merrill is a resident scholar with the Institute for Policy Innovation.  Prior to joining IPI in 2000, he was VP of Domestic Policy for the National Center for Policy Analysis. He also serves as the vice chairman of the Texas Advisory Committee of the U.S. Civil Rights Commission.

 

 

Brad Cates
Attorney, Former State Legislator - New Mexico
Former Director of the Justice Department’s Asset Forfeiture Office

Brad is a privacy advocate, espousing adherence to fundamental constitutional freedoms, including free speech, and opposition to warrantless searches or seizures. He occasionally publishes articles on these subjects. Additionally, he serves as Counsel, House Judiciary Committee, NM Legislature.

 

Derek Cohen - Moderator
Deputy Director
Right on Crime

Derek is Deputy Director of Right on Crime and the Center for Effective Justice at the Texas Public Policy Foundation. Cohen graduated with a B.S. in Criminal Justice from Bowling Green State University and an M.S. in Criminal Justice from the University of Cincinnati, where he is currently completing his Ph.D. dissertation on the long-term costs and outcomes associated with correctional programming. 

 

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Not in the Dallas area? This event will be livestreamed.
Click here to watch LIVE

For questions contact Shannon Tracy - stracy@texaspolicy.com

 
   

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Event Guest Speakers


Invite Art Ally to speak at your group in Florida!

Art Ally

Art Ally is  gifted and motivated; an inspirational speaker who has a desire to educate people.  He bases his talk on the principles Nehemiah used to build the wall around Jerusalem, which was building a permanent infrastructure of teams of five to ten bible believing Christians in every precinct in FL. who will engage their liberty loving neighbors, make sure they are registered to vote and encourage them to vote for God-fearing, not politically motivated, self-serving candidates.  In fact, every element of this initiative is based on biblical principles, NOT political or secular motives.  Please call Carolyn to calendar if you would like to have Art speak to your group.  800-846-7526  He will be available throughout Florida.


Invite Ron Edwards to Speak at Your Meeting or Event

Ron EdwardsRon Edwards the host of The Edwards Notebook Radio Commentary is a talented and gifted commentator from Michigan with over two decades of experience. Ron Edwards is a well versed journalist with a fiery delivery of humor, information and thought provoking conversation. The Edwards Notebook delivers a wealth of knowledge in an entertaining format.Ron Edwards brings to the airwaves unapologetic truth sure to keep his listening audience tuned in every time. He is respected by friends and foe alike for his consistency of conviction and originality in commentary. Ron Edwards has served for over 20 years as a news anchor in several Midwest markets including Cleveland and Detroit. He has been a guest of television, radio and subject of numerous articles throughout the United States. He is an accomplished speaker and has spoken at many different events where he has shared the stage with Dr. Ben Carson, Ann Coulter, Michelle Malkin, Dinesh D'Souza, and has been a fill in for Judge Napolitano. He is a sought out speaker because when he is at an event he gets the crowd going with his passion and love for America. Please call Laura, National Promotional Agent for Ron Edwards, at 607-967-6215 to have Ron Edwards speak at your group.


Blog Talk Radio with the Waco Tea Party
Waco Tea Party Watchdogs

Waco Tea Party Blog Talk RadioBe sure to join host, Bobby Keith, along with Waco Tea Party President, Toby Marie Walker, and Michael Simon, as we take a look at the news and current events from a conservative, tea party perspective.

Sundays 6-7PM

Thursdays 8:30-10:30PM

Sundays are at 6:05PM on 94.5 Info FM and blogtalk

Waco Tea Party Blog Talk Radio


Invite Jami Grooms to perform at your next rally!

Jami Grooms

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For more info go to JamiGrooms.com


 
   

2016 Candidates

 

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Louie Gohmert - TX CD1

John Ratcliffe - TX CD4


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Wayne Christian - Texas Railroad Commissioner

Ray Wheless - TX Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 2


 

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