Nullification: How Texas Can Save the World (Presentation)

US Constitution w/FlagPress Release: Recently, Texas lawmaker Dan Flynn (TX House District 2) introduced legislation that would invalidate (nullify) within TX every act of the federal government that exceeds its constitutionally derived authority. This bill, HB 98, denies to the federal government “the power to take any legislative, executive, or judicial action that violates the constitution, specifically including those actions that unconstitutionally undermine, diminish, or disregard the balance of powers between the states and the federal government established by the constitution.”

This could literally change the world – learn how tonight from nullification expert Tom Glass.

Tom is a graduate of Odessa Permian High School, and received 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. He is retired from a career in information technology at ExxonMobil. He just completed a year managing the Libertarian gubernatorial campaign of Kathie Glass, his wife, who made nullification a central part of her campaign. They have two grown children who were both born and raised in Houston.

Tom has spent his life working for limited government in various ways, and helped formulate and advocate a bill nullifying Obamacare that was introduced in the last legislative session. He founded the Lone Star Fully Informed Jury Association, an organization devoted to educating the public about how jury nullification can protect liberty and do justice.

Tom will bring his expertise to help us analyze how this bill can restore liberty to not only Texas, but the entire United States.

If you are passionate about our Constitutionally-derived liberties, and want to see how they are still within our grasp, you’ll want to attend this meeting.

Sponsored by the Bowie County Patriots
Date: Thursday 15 January 2015
Time: 6:30-7:30PM
Location: Smokey Joe’s BBQ, 300 East New Boston Road, Nash TX
Cost: FREE

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