A cursory counting of calendar days and constitutional mandates are just days away from a collision course for the backers of SQ797. The chart below demonstrates that July 23rd is the final date to reasonably place a state ques…
The Center for Monetary and Financial Alternatives at the Cato Institute is pleased to announce the inaugural offering of Alternative Money University — a 3-day academic workshop for students interested in monetary economics. A decade since the disruptive 2008 financial crisis, it is more important than ever for…
Millennials. Millennials. Millennials. What’s the deal with millennials? What’s their role in fixing the problems they’ve inherited? Wesley Pratt has some ideas to share with us and we can discuss, debate, etc. Thursday, January 4th, …
O Lord, thou art my God; I will exalt thee, I will praise thy name; for thou hast done wonderful things; thy counsels of old are faithfulness and truth.
Isaiah 25:1 KJV
h/t Rachael J. Tapp (featured image) and Nancy Humphrey (graphic of verse) fo…
The Arizona Tenth Amendment Center will host a Bill of Rights Day celebration in Scottsdale next month. Friday, Dec. 15 marks the 226th anniversary of the ratification of the Bill of Rights. To celebrate, Arizona Tenth Amendment Center will present the 2017 Bill of Rights Day Celebration at the Orange Tree Resort in Scottsdale. This…
Republican Jeff Flake gave a speech on the Senate floor condemning the behavior of President Trump. He called him reckless, outrageous and undignified. Trump responded, “Yes, and your point is?” Just kidding. Flake’s Republican collea…
In this episode of the Activism 101 podcast, I talk about some ways you can turn a poorly attended event into a positive experience and still use it to advance your activism.
In this episode of the Activism 101 podcast, I talk about putting on live events. I discuss some different event ideas, things to think about as you plan and some pitfalls to avoid.
If you haven’t seen much of me on these pages lately, that’s because I’ve spent most of the last few weeks feeding and grooming my favorite hobby horse: that’s right, the Fed’s policy of encouraging banks to hoard reserves by paying above-market rates on their Fed reserve…
Did you know that you can purchase just about all of your groceries from farmers right here in Oklahoma? Not only do you support the local economy but you are also supporting families just like yours. You also support healthier, ethically produced food instead of feeding the factory farms (which are horrendous). We have a special treat for you in June as our guests will be: Kris Gosney of Cattle Tracks Beef (Fairview, OK), Daniel and Maria of Grassroots Ranch (Tulsa) and Marie with Our Farm (Tulsa).
Together these farmers provide high quality beef, pork, chicken, eggs, dairy, and produce.
I know there will be many questions for them and we will learn so much about what ethical, healthy farming is.
**We will also be taking donations again for the Beck girls (Cash, Food, etc). There were no winners for the “Know Your Rights” CD that Jay Ramey so generously donated or for the Liberty on Tap Tshirt last month. Everyone who donates will be entered into a drawing for one of those fabulous prizes.**
Thursday, June 1st @ 6pm
Chimi’s on Cherry Street
15th & Peoria
Private Dining Room
Rafael Cruz, father of U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, will be addressing the Tulsa County Republican Men’s Club on Thursday, June 6th:
We have a wonderful evening with a conservative speaker planned for This June 6th, 2017. This is a private -ticketed and dinner…
The announcement we’ve all been waiting for looks like it is set for Friday May 5th Here’s the story via The Okie:
Dahm Plans ‘Special Announcement’ Friday, Will Run For Congress
Okie Staff Report
Broken Arrow State Senator Nathan Dahm will announce his intention to run for First District Congress at an event Friday morning, TheOkie.com has confirmed.
The 34-year-old was first elected to Senate District 33 in 2012. He serves as a Majority Whip and chairs the General Government committee. Dahm has previously run for US Congress in the 2010 primary.
He will announce his campaign at an 8am press conference at the Rose District Pavilion in Broken Arrow.
Current First District Congressman Jim Bridenstine had previously announced that he will keep his term limits pledge and will not seek re-election in 2018.
Dahm joins an already somewhat crowded field of Republican candidates including Tulsa businessman Kevin Hern, former Tulsa Co. DA Tim Harris, Andy Coleman of Bartlesville and Tulsan Scott Pendleton.
Source post via The Okie here
We are celebrating four years of building community, discovering stateless approaches to all aspects of life, becoming informed and involved in our community, and networking with like-minded people in a casual, friendly setting. This month we are meeting at Elgin Park Brewery in the private room (kids are definitely welcome) located at 325 E Brady […]
Thursday, May 4th at 6 pm
Please join us in the private dining room
Elgin Park Brewery
325 E MB Brady St
It is with deep regret, we announce the resignation of Kyle Loveless effective immediately. The news broke today on multiple outlets. We sincerely hope that someone else will pick up the torch and continue the battle on civil asset forfeiture in Okla…
Public Education Forum
Friday April 21 (refreshments 6PM) Forum 6:30 – 7:30 PM
Bartlesville City Hall
Featuring State Senator Julie Daniels and State Reps Earl Sears and Travis Dunlap
Sponsored by PEAK and moderated by the Bartlesville League of Women Voters
Will Rogers Memorial Museum
1720 West Will Rogers Blvd
Claremore, OK 74017
April 17, 2017
Securing America Town Hall
Congressman Jim Bridenstine invites you to attend a Securing America Town Hall on Tuesday evening April 11th, 6:30-8:00 PM, at the Mabee Center in Tulsa.
Congressman Bridenstine will be taking questions from constituents and discussing recent events in Washington D.C.
When: Tuesday, April 11th, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Where: Mabee Center, 81st & Lewis
Doors open at 6:00 PM. No tickets required.
(received via subscriber email April 3, 2017)
Amanda Teegarden has announced her candidacy for 1st District Committee woman for Tulsa County Republican Party.
She said, “I’d be honored to have your vote at the Tulsa County Convention on Saturday, March 25, 2017 at the Jenks PAC. See you Saturday!”
Shared on facebook February 19, 2017 over 10.5k views at time of posting (about 5 mins in length)
Statist politicians are too easily convinced of their own brilliance when it comes to “managing the economy”. They don’t seem to realize that the economy is us. The economy is made up of people, and those who would try to manage the economy through government force will always do so by trying to control people. #MakeMarketsFreeAgain
Don’t you wish the elections only happened once or twice a year and not when only a few people know they are happening so they can foist their will on the rest of us? And just to make matters more confusing – some areas have an election and some do not. So do your own research and be sure (see link below and at the end of the article)