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This Is What You Get

This Is What You Get

A lot of people are understandably angry about Joe Biden’s executive orders relating to vaccine mandates.. But this is what you get when you let politicians exercise power they never should have had in the first place. Biden’s orders ride on the back of decades of executive overreach.

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The Physics of Moral Legislation: The Limited Basis for Making Laws

The Physics of Moral Legislation: The Limited Basis for Making Laws

One of my readers suggested I treat the ‘relativity theory of truth’ that many generation Y people have adopted. This morality “theory” is often expressed this way, “What works for me is true for me and what works for you is true for you.” It strikes me first of all as a simple, true statement. We […]

Liberty on Tap:  Oklahoma Politics Continue to Oppress

Liberty on Tap: Oklahoma Politics Continue to Oppress

Oklahomans celebrated a victory on June 26th as the votes rolled in and nearly 57% of the voters decided to approve SQ788 for Medical Cannabis. Others from around the country celebrated this historic event with us. But organizers and activists knew all…

Sooner Politics:  Liberal Legislators Fight Against Teacher Pay Increase Bill

Sooner Politics: Liberal Legislators Fight Against Teacher Pay Increase Bill

  Rep Tom Gann and his several cosponsors of HB3440 are incurring significant resistance in passing the best legislation for getting teachers their first significant compensation increase in about 10 years.  It’s an election year and Democrat…

Liberty on Tap:  Kill the Bills

Liberty on Tap: Kill the Bills

By Lisa Bowman

Lawmakers need to validate their existence. They often use their positions to inject their own personal views, agendas, and values into the process rather than *serving* their constituents and protecting their rights. This is why they…

Mississippi Bill Would Set Foundation to Nullify Executive Orders

Mississippi Bill Would Set Foundation to Nullify Executive Orders

JACKSON, Miss. (Jan. 15, 2018) – A bill introduced in the Mississippi Senate would set the foundation to nullify federal executive orders that are contrary to the Constitution and not explicitly approved by Congress. Sen. Michael Watson (R-Pascagoula) introduced Senate Bill 2152 (SB2152)  Jan. 9 to rebuke perceived lawlessness and overreach committed by the executive branch…

Sooner Politics: The Primary Challengers Are Impacting Legislative Outcomes

Sooner Politics: The Primary Challengers Are Impacting Legislative Outcomes

  Stories are coming in to SoonerPolitics about the members of the Legislature who are ‘suddenly getting religion’. There are some who’ve jumped off the tax-raising bandwagon. We will see far more of this when the February session comes. &#16…

No money for Trump’s wall, plus 6 other GOP issues missing from $1T spending bill

No money for Trump’s wall, plus 6 other GOP issues missing from $1T spending bill

BY JOSH MAGNESS

WASHINGTON

Congressional negotiators have come up with a $1.07 trillion plan to keep the government running through the end of September – but there’s a lot missing from the 1,665-page bill.

And much of it involves items that President Donald Trump promised during his campaign and the early days of his presidency.

Here’s a list of GOP-friendly issues missing from the spending bill…

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