TFIRE's purpose as a Non-Profit organization is to call for strict control of the borders of the United States.

We favor the rigorous enforcement of existing laws against persons who illegally enter or reside in the United States.

We work to oppose or repeal laws and programs that encourage illegal immigration and residence.

Finally, we work to educate the public and work with our elected representatives to achieve these objectives.
Texans For Immigration Reduction and Enforcement, Inc.
P.O Box 771014  l  Houston, Texas 77215  l  Phone: 713-612-2617
Email: info@tfire.org

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Next Meeting November 15th at Tracy Gee Center
Tracy Gee Community Center
3599 Westcenter Dr.
Houston, TX 77042
Registration: 5:30 - 6pm
Dinner: 6 - 6:45pm
Meeting: 6:45pm
The Fethullah Gülen Movement:
Political Islam in Texas 
Mark Hall is an award-winning producer and director based in Austin, Texas.

His latest feature length documentary project, Killing Ed, was released in New York City in March, 2016.

Mark Hall will discuss the corruption and corrosive influence of a little-known, global Islamic group known as the Gülen Movement, that operates the largest chain of taxpayer-funded charter schools in America.

2 blocks east of Beltway 8, South on Westcenter Drive from Richmond Drive
In Memoriam
A graveside service to honor Colonel Arthur Peterson’s service to our country will be held on Monday, November 7, 2016 at 1:45 P.M. at the Houston National Cemetery 10410 Veterans Memorial Drive Houston, TX 77038.
Colonel Arthur Dahlen Peterson, a longstanding member of TFIRE who recruited many into our effort, went to his eternal rest on November 1, 2016.
Arthur was in the 361st Infantry Regiment, 91st Infantry Division (formerly the Rainbow Division) and served in the northern part of Italy during WWII, was captured by the Germans and escaped. Decorations and citations included: campaign medal with three bronze service stars, good conduct medal, silver star medal and Allied Forces ribbon, having been attached with the British Eights Army for a brief period.