Please join us.  Unless otherwise noted, meetings are held at 6:30 PM on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at the West Texas Rehab Conference Center, 1925 University Ave,  San Angelo.


Be sure to vote in the March 3 primary election.                                                      Early voting February 18-28 at Edd B. and Frances Frink Keyes Building, 113 W. Beauregard Ave. 1st Floor

Link to March 3 Primary ballots and voting locations for Tom Green County.

Joseph Vargas, Keep Texas Red, March 10

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Joseph Vargas is a strategist commentator with a focus on Ethics in Philosophy and Political Strategy. His political and philosophical reviews clarify complex issues from a logical and procedural perspective. He bases his strategy on his 20 + years in marketing, branding and his studies in human behavior, experience with consulting, and campaign management.
Joseph was born in San Jose, California and attended elementary school both in the United States and Mexico.
Because his parents traveled South to Guadalajara, Mexico in the Summer, Joseph attended school year round during his elementary years. Part of his early studies included piano, organ and various other musical instruments. He was inspired at the young age of 7 to perform at malls and private events and continued his musical interest throughout college.
One of his most honored achievements in college was creating one of the first bilingual music online portals which helped promote a radio show he produced that aired in (7) countries. Joseph graduated from Angelo State University with a BBA in Management and a BA in Communications.
He has served as a panel speaker and key speaker in dozens of forums, not only in the U.S. but also in Mexico.  Many of these engagements produced awards and recognition for his innovative contributions.
Currently, Joseph Vargas is politically active as a member of The San Angelo Pachyderm Club, The John Birch Society, The Republican National Hispanic Assembly, San Angelo Republican Women, and Concho Valley Republican Women. He is also involved in philanthropy as a Shriner and Scottish Rite member, to name a few.
He frequently speaks on radio programs and at Town Hall events to promote his insight into better strategies for reaching different target groups of people. One of his more recent events is “Keep Texas Red” which he is the founder. Keep Texas Red is focused on providing insight into the “Democrat mindset” or as it states in his book “Dealing the Democrat Modus Operandi” which explains how the Democrats organize their agenda to destroy Conservatism in our country. Joseph also founded and edits the Keep Texas Red web page,


The Fiscal Responsibility Index is a measurement of how lawmakers perform on size and role of government issues. Texans for Fiscal Responsibility uses exemplar votes on core budget and free enterprise issues that demonstrate legislators’ governing philosophy.

The public — including lawmakers — are notified in advance of TFR’s position on the issues to be rated, and prior to votes taken on the floor.

See your representative’s score:

Do you understand what the Electoral College is? 

Or how it works? 

Or why America uses it to elect its presidents instead of just using a straight popular vote?

Local Government Meetings

San Angelo City Council Meetings

The City Council meets twice a month. Meetings are open to the public and are held on the first and third Tuesday of the month at 8:30 a.m. at the McNease Convention Center, 501 Rio Concho Drive.

Tom Green County Commissioners 

The Commissioners meet every Tuesday, 8:30 a.m., 113 West Beauregard Blvd., 2nd floor of the Edd B. Keyes Building

Pre-agenda work sessions are held on the second Monday of each month and regular meetings on the third Monday of each month. All meetings begin at 5:30 p.m in the Administrative Building Boardroom, 1621 University Avenue.

Wall ISD 

Regular School Board Meetings are held the second Tuesday or Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Wall ISD Administration Building, 8065 Loop 570, Wall. 

Grape Creek ISD

Board of Education meets at 6:30 p.m. the second Monday of each month in the community room at the Administration Building, 8207 U.S. Hwy. 87 North.

Hillsdale College Online Courses

“Congress: How It Worked and Why It Doesn’t”

That’s why Hillsdale has become a national leader in free online courses. In fact, we average more than 1,000 enrollments per day across all our courses. And our most popular course—“Constitution 101”—now has more than 800,000 students around the world.

You’ll study with the same Hillsdale faculty who teach on our campus. It’s a great way to experience aspects of Hillsdale’s Core Curriculum, as well as learn from some of today’s best teacher-scholars in the fields of politics, history, economics, and English.

$5.2 Trillion Of Government Pension Debt Threatens To Overwhelm State Budgets, Taxpayers



(Texas Constitution Article 1, Section 2)