Please note this meeting will be held at a different location!!!
6:30 PM on Thursday, July 18, 2019
Bryan Fire Station No.2 - Conference Room
414 Lawrence Street
Parking lot is behind the Fire Station accessed from Maloney Street: link to map here. Enter the building at the back door by the parking lot.
Do not park in the fire truck driveway!
Our Path Back to Constitutional Government—this will NOT be done FOR us! WE must do this!
The root cause of political problems in our blessed land is that the U.S. Constitution has been and continues to be ignored and not properly enforced. We all are aware of the multitude of activities that the federal government engages in that are not delegated to the feds in the Constitution. This situation will not change if we only complain and wait for someone else to take action.
Tom Glass representing Texas Constitutional Enforcement will be our guest speaker and will discuss how Texas can take action to stop unconstitutional federal overreach.
Looking forward to a great meeting. See you there!
Tom Glass Bio
Tom has spent his life working for limited government. In the 2015, 2017 and 2019 Texas legislative sessions, he spent his time focused on stopping domestic and foreign enemies of the Constitution from subverting our liberty. On the foreign enemy front, he worked on protecting the Texas electrical grid from attack. On the domestic enemy front, he focused on a constitutional enforcement bill called the Texas Sovereignty Act.
Tom is retired from a career in information technology at ExxonMobil, most of it spent on security and controls. He spent 2014 managing the Libertarian gubernatorial campaign of Kathie Glass, his wife.
Tom is a graduate of Odessa Permian High School, earned a Chemical Engineering degree from Texas A&M University, an MBA from Harvard Business School, and a J.D. from the University of Houston Law Center.