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January 6, 2022 11:30 am - January 6, 2022 1:00 pm
Guest Speaker: Wayne Christian for Railroad Commissioner
A lifelong conservative businessman, Wayne Christian was elected as our 50th Texas Railroad Commissioner in November 2016. Throughout his first term, Christian developed a strong record of fighting against frivolous regulations and standing strong for free markets and American Energy Dominance!
Since taking office, Commissioner Christian has been appointed by Governor Greg Abbott to the Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission as the Official Representative of Texas. Through this role, Christian has been a national leader on the forefront of fighting against Biden Administration efforts like the Green New Deal, CLEAN Future Act, and the Paris Climate Agreement.
Christian understands that big government increases costs for consumers and kills high paying jobs, while harming our economy and national security. He believes all regulations should be consistent, predictable, and based on sound science.
A clean environment and a thriving oil and gas industry are not mutually exclusive. Since 1970, the six major pollutants regulated by the EPA have decreased 77% while our economy has grown 285%, population has grown 60%, and our energy consumption has grown 48%.
January 20, 2022 11:30 am - January 20, 2022 1:00 pm
Guest Speaker: Weston Martinez, Candidate for Land Commissioner
Former Texas Real Estate Commissioner, Weston Martinez and Alamo Defender kicks-off his campaign by honoring America’s Fallen on Memorial Day, he announced his campaign for Land Commissioner. Martinez said he is a “conservative leader, grassroots activist, businessman [and] Alamo defender.”As Land Commissioner, Martinez will also serve as the Chairman of the Texas Veterans Land Board which oversees a host of programs supporting Texas’ veterans, active-duty military members, as well as the family members of deceased veterans and active-duty military members who are killed or die while in action. “There is no elected office in Texas government more closely engaged in supporting our veterans and their families or in honoring those heroes who have given so much to our state and nation than that of Commissioner of the General Land Office.