Saturday, September 16, 2017
8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
This Year we will be in the “NEW” Robinson Ballroom Overlooking the Arkansas River and DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, 2nd Floor, 424 West Markham, Little Rock, AR 72201
National Radio Host heard here on
96.5 The Answer
Also Confirmed Speaker
Pastor Iverson Jackson
(back by popular demand)
Our statewide convention will bring hundreds of Arkansas’s liberty loving citizens together. It will be an exciting day with Educational Break-Out Sessions:
Senate / Representative Legislature Panel
Conduit for Action
Americans for Prosperity-Arkansas
Sure to inspire us and give us A Direction for Action.
Make your plans to attend and hear the stories you will want to share with other’s about the way’s we will save LIBERTY in Arkansas.
If you’d rather mail a check for $30.00 per person, INCLUDE your email address and cell number with your check !
Arkansas TEA Party Alliance
3 Putter Cove
Sherwood, AR 72120
PIZZA PARTY – FRIDAY NIGHT
September 15, 2017
5:30 pm – 9:00 pm
“In The Presidential Suite”
$7.00 per person
Just Bring Cash and Drop It in the Basket
To get up to the 12th Floor call 501-838-6038
Registration required, $30.00 per person.
6′ Skirted Table with 2 chairs will be provided with your Reservation of $125.00 per table.
All tables will have a Arkansas River view.
Located between 2 Breakout Rooms and the “New” Robinson Ballroom.
Special rate of $99 per night
DoubleTree by Hilton
424 West Markham Street
Little Rock, AR 72201
Call 501-372-4371 and tell them your attending the Convention
Senator Alan Clark was featured guest presenter at the January 3, 2016 Hot Springs Village TEA Party Luncheon Program at Charlie’s Pizza Pub. Hal & Michelle Stanley and attorney Joe Churchwell were also in attendance and participated in the program.
At the request of multiple concerned constituents who contacted him, State Senator Alan Clark became reluctantly involved in looking into the facts surrounding the removal of seven children from the home of Hal & Michelle Stanley in January of 2014. Based on claims made by law enforcement and DHS officials he contacted, he initially believed that the action would likely prove justified. In his efforts to be thorough in investigating the case, however he concluded otherwise. Clark did not take well to the idea of a State Senator being stonewalled by public employees in his quest for relevant information, and in some instances even blatantly lied to. When DHS funding was held up by the State Senate in response, DHS officials become somewhat more cooperative.
Since beginning, Clark reports that he has spent literally hundreds of hours as an individual State Senator investigating the policies and practices of the Division of Child and Family Services (DCFS) of the Arkansas Department of Human Services (DHS) and the Crimes Against Children Division of the Arkansas State Police (CACD).
The agenda quickly expanded beyond the Stanley Family case as more and more citizens contacted Senator Clark as well as other State Senators and Representatives about DCFS and CACD alleged civil rights violations and other misconduct.
In addition to his individual investigation, Senator Clark has served for the past two years as the Senate Co-Chairman of the Joint Performance Review Committee (JPR) Co-chaired on the House side by Representative Kim Hammer. This joint Senate/House investigative body has served as a powerful tool in compelling public testimony under oath from officials, whether voluntarily or in response to a subpoena.
During Senator Clark’s two-year JPR co-chairmanship ending December 2016, there have been approximately two dozen JPR hearings related to DCFS & CACD legislation, policy and practices, The range of testimony at these hearings has included aggrieved parents & grandparents, various public employees including top DHS, DCFS & State Police officials, experts in various related fields, DHS legal counsels, other lawyers, and at the last December 2016 meeting, circuit judges and an Arkansas Supreme Justice all testifying under oath!
Senator Clark shared about his 2014-2016 JPR experience. Some questions he spoke to included:
Specific reforms being called for by some, include:
John Boozman, senior United States Senator for Arkansas, is interviewed at the 2016 Arkansas TEA Party Alliance Annual Convention by radio personality Dave Elswick about national policy issues.
Pastor Iverson Jackson, pastor of Zoe Bible Church in Little Rock, addresses the 2016 Annual Convention of the Arkansas TEA Party Alliance (ATPA).
“Arkansas Legislative Panel” Moderated by Senator Linda Collins-Smith at the 2016 Arkansas TEA Party Alliance Annual Convention, August 13, 2016.
Senator Gary Stubblefield
Representative Robin Lundstrum
Representative Dan Sullivan
Often referred to as the 1st Lady of the 2nd Amendment, Jan is a Nationally recognized 2nd Amendment advocate/speaker, NRA Certified Firearms Instructor, NRA Certified Range Safety Officer, State Police Certified Concealed Carry Instructor, founder of Armed American Woman, (a national firearms training program for
women) and owner of The Gun Cave Indoor Firing Range in Hot Springs. You can catch Jan weekly on Fox News/Fox Business Network as an analyst on Gun Rights issues.