Say No to Debt and Yes to Life!
On the eve of our state’s 2016 run-off election, I want to leave you a few thoughts from PJ O’Rourke. He first shared this message to the CATO Institute at the ceremonies marking the opening of their Washington headquarters. “I don’t know what’s good for you. You don’t know what’s good for me. We don’t know what’s good for mankind. And it sometimes seems as though we’re the only pe […]
With the congress in Summer recess, the folks at Freedomworks released their annual scorecards for members of congress. Jim Bridenstine of the 1st district scored a perfect ‘100’ for freedom, but Tom Cole of the 4th district scored just 54. Lucas, Mullin, & Russell all scored in the 70s. Neither senator scored above 67 and Jim Inhofe, our senior member, scored as badly as many democrats, with just a 33. Lankford scored a 67; hardly enough to justify the claim of cham […]
From time to time I am asked to speak to various groups regarding the state budget process. I always encourage the audience to become knowledgeable in matters of state government finance and direct them to a plethora of tools online that will give the …
The L.A. Times released a shock poll on Saturday night.. Who would you vote for?”We ask voters what the chance is that they will vote for Trump, Clinton or someone else, using a 0-100 scale. The overall level of support for each candidate reflects the weighted average of those responses.” Be sure to read the full report and internal breakdowns at the LA Times. http://graphics.latimes.com/usc-presidential-poll- […]
Early voting has started! Go to your county election board to cast your vote. Election Day is Tuesday, August 23rd for those who can’t vote early. Every vote counts! Let’s do this!
by Charlie Meadows (former OCPAC president) and John Michener (current OCPAC president)
The following picks represent the opinions of the OCPAC leadership team. We have noted which candidates were specifically endorsed and funded by OCPAC based on their conservative principles and policies.
The four biggest insurers are going wobbly on ObamaCare. What initially looked like a great deal for them – customers federally mandated to buy their product – doesn’t seem to be working out as they had hoped. Bloomberg Businessweek reports that insurers are loosing hundreds of millions of dollars on Obamacare. Aetna Says Bye Bye So Aetna now says bye bye
The New Campaign Manager: This week Kellyanne Conway began the task of reversing the Trump Slump. Conway is an expert at political messaging. She is especially accomplished at teaching minorities. Her polling company has been in business for over 20 years. The Trump humility we saw on Thursday, appears to be a master stroke of Conway’s. Humility is not a commodity Trump has held in his portfolio. Conway appears […]