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MuskogeePolitico:  Poll finds 66% approval for allowing teachers to vote on unions

MuskogeePolitico: Poll finds 66% approval for allowing teachers to vote on unions

Survey Shows 66 Percent of Likely Oklahoma Voters Agree with Allowing Teachers to Vote on UnionsOKLAHOMA CITY—The Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs (OCPA) today released findings from a survey indicating that 66 percent of likely Oklahoma voters agree…

Sooner Politics:  Senate Sends ‘Constitutional Carry’ to Governor For Signing

Sooner Politics: Senate Sends ‘Constitutional Carry’ to Governor For Signing

  In the late night session of the Oklahoma Senate, a lengthy debate occurred over Senator Dahm’s landmark legislation to restore full 2nd amendment rights to the people of Oklahoma.  Oklahoma is one signature away from joining 12 other state…

Cops Break Into Innocent Man’s Home, Taser Him to Death in the Shower

Cops Break Into Innocent Man’s Home, Taser Him to Death in the Shower

“Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm has decided that the two cops responsible for this horrifying incident will not be charged.”

Dream Small

Dream Small

In 2016, during a period of about a year when it seemed possible — even likely — that Shelli would win her battle with cancer, she and I plotted out an article for the GiN website that would explain to our readers what had been going on in our lives to cause our extended hiatus […]

The Creepy Genetics Behind the Golden State Killer Case

The Creepy Genetics Behind the Golden State Killer Case

“In the end, it wasn’t stakeouts or fingerprints or cell phone records that got him. It was a genealogy website.”

Relevancy of the Constitution in Local and State Elections

Relevancy of the Constitution in Local and State Elections

With election signs everywhere it is well to note that it is unrealistic to expect national candidates to follow the Constitution when we did not insist that they did so in local and state elections.  After all, many simply move up to higher office.  Some may even view the Constitution as irrelevant at these levels.…

TAC Joins Coalition in Support of New Jersey Bills to Take on Asset Forfeiture

TAC Joins Coalition in Support of New Jersey Bills to Take on Asset Forfeiture

TRENTON, N.J. (May 1, 2018) – The Tenth Amendment Center has joined a coalition of seven organizations supporting passage of New Jersey bills that would impose strict reporting requirements for all asset forfeitures in the state. This legislation would take a first step that could lead to substantive reforms.  Senate Bill 1963 (S1963) and its companion,…

Sooner Politics:  County Commissioners Decry State Confiscation Of County Road Funds

Sooner Politics: County Commissioners Decry State Confiscation Of County Road Funds

Can a legislature declare  take money retroactively from what a previous legislature appropriated? Can a legislator declare a retroactive tax hike on money we each earned 4 years ago?  Those are some analogies being floated by several county …