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…
SB6 is unlicensed carry of a firearm in Oklahoma. The bill is to be heard in the House of Reps on Wed, April 26. Call your Rep to support the bill at 405-521-2711, NOW. Leave a message.
[Editor’s Note: It will be interesting to see how many candidate wannabees are out campaigning for the people’s rights – just saying and watching…/sc]
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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
Did you know that April 4th is a Special Election day in Oklahoma?
Are people voting in your area?
If you want to find out if there is an election in your area and what people are voting on, then follow this link >> here << and scroll down to find your county.
Now you know what is on the ballot and you can go do the research to find out how to vote for limited constitutional government that won’t cost you an arm and a leg and your first born child!
This public service announcement was brought to you by OKGrassroots – Is there an Election in Your Area on April 4th?
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)
Ronda Vuillemont-Smith speaks at Kiss my A$$et Forfeiture Goodby Rally – Oklahoma State Capitol
February 14, 2017
Photo credit: David Van Risseghem
As we prayerfully prepare for another legislative session we cannot help but think of our schools, teachers and students and the fiscal challenges our school districts face. About 65 percent of your property tax funds the public school system. Since the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority does not pay property tax, for every home and business the OTA acquires, public school funds are lost, further worsening our current budget crisis.
It would seem to be a no brainer, that your representatives assigned to various committees would actually consider the bills brought before them. However, ask any activist involved for more than one cycle if you want to hear the war stories!
The House officially convenes on Monday, February 6, and their first order of business will be to adopt the rules which will govern how they operate for the session. On that day, a representative will propose the adoption of the “Open Government Rule,” which states, “A bill shall be heard and receive a vote in committee if the primary author requests it in writing; and a bill, having passed committee, shall be heard and receive a vote on the House floor if the primary author requests it in writing.”