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SoonerPoll finds rising support for Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform

SoonerPoll finds rising support for Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform

Kyle LovelessState Sen. Kyle LovelessSoonerPoll: Support for Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform on the rise(August 24th, 2016)  New data from Sooner Poll shows more Oklahomans than ever want to see Civil Asset Forfeiture reform. Support for reform is up to 73.7% in…

Maine Governor to Feds: “States Don’t Work for You”

Maine Governor to Feds: “States Don’t Work for You”

AUGUSTA, Maine – (Aug. 25, 2016) – Maine Gov. Paul LePage recently demonstrated exactly how states should handle the federal government. Just tell it, “No!” In July, the U.S. Department of Commerce sent a request to LePage, asking him to turn over classified state information relating people on Maine’s welfare roles. According to Maine Wire, the…

No Clinton Foundation Access for Benghazi Dead

No Clinton Foundation Access for Benghazi Dead

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An AP story says 85 of 154 meetings Hillary Clinton had regarding private interests, when she was Secretary of State, were with Clinton Foundation donors. Clinton Foundation Access Fit For A Prince Some of those donors represented foreign interests too. Politico reported that the crown prince of Bahrain used his Clinton Foundation connection to get a meeting

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School Choice Advocates Celebrate Election Wins

School Choice Advocates Celebrate Election Wins

choice-winners_orig   Brandon Dutcher has been busy for many months, focusing on giving families more choices in the education of their children.  In his news site, he points out some great advocates for school choice who are advancing to the November general election.  Dutcher highlights Joe Newhouse, Scott McEachin, and Dave Rader; of the Tulsa metro area. Dutcher also highlights some central Oklahoma runoff candidates.  He refers to American Federation […]

MetLife v. Financial Stability Oversight Council

MetLife v. Financial Stability Oversight Council

Under Dodd-Frank, the new Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC) has the authority to designate companies as “systemically important financial institutions” or “SIFIs.” By identifying and branding these companies as systemically important, we’ve been told, the government will end “too big to fail.” Dodd-Frank’s supporters claim bailouts like…

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