Tag Archives: Parker County Conservatives

Parker County Conservatives to host Dr. Laura Pressley

Parker County Conservatives to host Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton

Dear Parker County Conservative,

We have a very exiting meeting on Thursday, February 18, 2016 as we welcome a very special guest; Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton.  General Paxton will give us an update from the AG’s office including ongoing lawsuits against the Federal Government. 

We will also have the pleasure to hear from Texas Eagle Forum Vice President MerryLynn Gerstenschlager who will speak about her observations in Paris, France last December while attending the United Nations Conference on Climate Change. MerryLynn has been an official observer at 21 United Nations conferences, 13 of which have been on the topic of the theory that human activity is causing global warming.

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Parker County Conservatives Welcome Mayor Beth Van Duyne and Joseph Wade Miller

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Brandon Darby to speak at PARKER COUNTY CONSERVATIVE meeting

PCCJoin us on the evening of June 23 to hear Brandon Darby, the man who broke the story last June about the thousands of illegal immigrant children pouring across our southern border into Texas. Brandon has practically lived at the Texas/Mexican border the past two years where he has developed a good relationship with the Border Patrol. Currently the Managing Director for Breitbart Texas, Brandon has broken numerous stories about what is happening at the border that the mainstream media has refused to cover.

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Parker County Conservatives hosts Allen West

Parker County Conservatives hosted Allen West at their first meeting. (Photo courtesy of Parker County Conservatives)

By Rosealee Hoffman, Parker County Daily Post, ALEDO (PCDP) 4/22/15 –

A new group of Parker County citizens has formed to promote the Republican platform and educate citizens about political involvement. Parker County Conservatives was conceived about a year ago and has a steering board of seven members, including Darrel and LeAnn Russell.

“There’s so many divides in the Republican party, so much animosity,” said Darrel Russell. “But Texas has a two party system. We need to find a way to bring Republicans together.”

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