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Bridenstine Town Halls July 2nd What:  Congressman Jim Bridenstine (OK-1) will hold two town hall meetings on July 2nd in Tulsa.Who:  Congressman Jim Bridenstine represents Oklahoma’s 1st Congressional District in the U.S. House of Repre… more

The so-called Farm Bill was voted down in the US House of Representatives this week.  Congressman Jim Bridenstine was among the 234 voting “No” in a bi-partisan majority.The Farm Bill wrapped agriculture subsidies and the food stamp pr… more

OKLAHOMA CITY – A state lawmaker will lead an anti-war rally on the south steps of the Oklahoma State Capitol at 7 p.m. Friday, July 12. The public is invited.

The rally’s theme is “Not Our War!” and will be held to reflect the views of those who oppose U.S. intervention in the Syrian civil war, state Rep. Paul Wesselhoft said.

“The U.S. has no political or moral obligation to intervene in Syria’s intractable civil war. It’s none of our business,” said Wesselhoft, R-Moore. “Our involvement in shipping arms to the Syrian rebels commits us to a proxy war with Russia. This is not good, not wise, not acceptable, so we object.”

Wesselhoft said the rally will be bipartisan in nature. Musical entertainment will precede the speakers from 6-7 p.m. There will be co-sponsors representing both the left and right political spectrum. Each spectrum will be given equal time, he said. Wesselhoft hopes the Oklahoma rally will spark similar events in other state capitols and Washington, D.C.


Howard Buffett, Warren Buffett’s father, was a U.S. Republican representative from Nebraska (1943–1949 and 1951–1953). In December 1956 Howard gave a lecture at Midland College in Fremont, Nebraska. This is an excerpt from that lecture that I found to be just as relevant now as it were then.  Defending liberty from the encroachment of an …more

“I went to the Wagoner County GOP monthly meeting on Thursday night to see what Barresi could possibly say to defend or sell Common Core to the public. Luckily, this was a group of very informed, anti-common core voters who had done their research. She spent a good 30 minutes on “fake fluff” – really avoiding the details of Common Core and speaking in generalities on how great it was. I could tell the audience wasn’t falling for the usual politician talk. We were asked to write questions down and submit them to be answered to keep the crowd under control since this is a very controversial topic.

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As we scream and yell and show our outrage about the unconstitutional spying on Americans by the Obama administration we as Republicans should take a moment to look in the mirror.

Which of our legislators supported the laws that gives the presumed legal right to spy on us?

Who among us was outraged when President Bush was using the same or similar spying with his warrantless wiretapping in the name of security?

We have to be better than only being outraged when it is the “other team” doing the wrong.

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“There are people who think that plunder loses all its immorality as soon as it becomes legal. Personally, I cannot imagine a more alarming situation.” Why is it that actions that are illegal and universally accepted as immoral suddenly, as if by magic, regarded as both moral and legal by many of our fellow citizens …more

The Case Against the Federal Student Loan Program

If you haven’t already heard, most federal student loan rates are set to go up soon. Scheduled to double from 3.4% to 6.8% on July 1st, both parties have treated the issue more as an opportunity for leverage than an opportunity for any well- or even moderately-informed debate. And with little chance of seeing any …more

R3 - Tulsa Area Meetup Logo 2011 200xPlease RSVP both here on the Meetup AND to The Republican Women’s Club, by the Friday before the meeting to rwctulsa@cox.net.

Meets the 2nd Tuesday of Each Month, 11:30 am to 1:00 pm .

Cost $16.00 if you RSVP & eat lunch, (there is an additional charge if you eat but do not RSVP) no charge if you don’t eat.

Interesting speakers at each meeting.


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The Tulsa County Republican Men’s Club monthly luncheon meeting. 
Hibachi Grill Restaurant, East 74th Place South at Memorial.

Meeting begins at 12:00 noon and adjourns promptly at 1:00 p.m. 
Please try to have your lunch and be seated by opening time of 12:00 noon.  It will normally adjourn promptly at 1:00 P.M. so those who must can return to work.  The restaurant doors and food tables are open  at 11:00.


Tulsa R3’s – Ron Paul Revolution Join us Thursday, June 6th at 6pm for another gathering of Liberty on Tap! We have reserved the private room upstairs. Speakers to include: J.B. Alexander – Former Tulsa County GOP Chair and member of Owasso Taxpayer … more

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Join us for a fun and relaxed ice cream fundraiser social Saturday, July 13th from 1:00pm – 4:00pm at Haikey Creek Park in Broken Arrow, shelter #5.

There will be a do-it-yourself ice cream sundae bar, $15 per person, as well as an opportunity to take a picture with Congressman Jim Bridenstine, $10 per person per photo or $30 for 4 people per photo!
You will receive your digital copy of your photos via email within the week!

100% of your donations will go directly to the Republican Party of Tulsa County.
This is a family fun event so bring the kids! Invite your friends and neighbors, too!

If there is a homemade ice cream contest, who would like to be in on it? (I would – Joanna)

Broken Arrow, OK 74011 – USA

Saturday, July 13 at 1:00 PM


Congressman Jim Bridenstine signed a letter to Secretary of State John Kerry urging him to seek the immediate release and safe return of two kidnapped Orthodox Archbishops. Along with a bipartisan group of 65 House Members, Bridenstine urged the S… more