The Cherokee County Republicans will meetTuesday at 6:30 p.m. at Hong Kong Buffett, 1644 Jackson St. in Jacksonville.
State Republican Party Executive Board representative James Wiggins will be the guest speaker. The public is invited.
Education, health care and water will be discussed by league Assistant Vice President for Advocacy, Research and Education at United Way of Tarrant County Patricia Cheong.
Copies of the first issue of the LWV-Texas Legislative Newsletter, will also be available.
The group also announced its 2013 Great Decisions discussions calendar.
Great Decision discussions are annual events will be held each Wednesday at noon at the Tyler Public Library through March 6.
On Wednesday, Mohammed Elibiary will discuss the ouster of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and the changes since. Two years later, what is the state of Egyptian democracy and how will the military and civilian government balance power?
On Feb. 13, retired U.S. Army Major Gen. John Furlow, will discuss and assess the threats and challenges of a weak economy, homegrown terrorism and nuclear proliferation.
For more information about the rest of the Great Decision discussions calendar, call the Tyler Public Library at 903-593-7323 or email at programs@tyler texas.com.
Tammy Blair will discuss “Decentralization: the Only Path to Liberty.” Mrs. Blair will explore the issues of nullification and dissolution, their similarities and differences. A question-and- answer session will follow the presentation.
Susan Dennison will also present information and an opportunity to sign up as a volunteer for Vacation Liberty School this summer.
Admission is free.
WE THE PEOPLE
National speaker and creator of “The Runaway Slave” documentary, C.L. Bryant, will be the guest speaker. Bryant is a leading black conservative and will address economic liberty and preserving the United States.
Political Happenings are compiled by Staff Writer Adam Russell, who can be reached at 903-348-4914 or by email at email@example.com.