STITT BLASTS DEMOCRAT OPPONENT FOR FAILING OKLAHOMANS IN EDUCATIONOctober 24, 2022 (Oklahoma City, Okla.) – Governor Kevin Stitt blasted Democrat Superintendent Joy Hofmesiter today after the Nation’s Report Card showed Oklahoma’s test scores have had …

After taking hits from pro-Hofmeister dark money groups for over a year, Governor Stitt’s reelection campaign is going on the offensive:NEW TV AD: SPECIAL INTERESTS CAN’T CONTROL KEVIN STITT“Special interest bought Joy Hofmeister who fought to keep sch…

L. Nancy Blalock, ROPE Treasurer – Maria Seidler, Attorney – Jenni White, ROPE Education DirectorThis beautiful October morning, Attorney Maria Seidler argued for Summary Judgement in the case of Brice Chaffin and ROPE v Stillwater Public Schools.Read …

Strategy for responding to the largest government in history – right from the founders and old revolutionaries. Learn about the Continental Association, approved by the First Continental Congress on Oct 20, 1774. It was the first of four major founding documents, along with the Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation and the Constitution for the United States.

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 For this piece, I’ll use numerous excerpts from the 2016 Affidavit of Probable Cause presented to Oklahoma County DA David Prater’s office following the arrest of Chad Alexander whose two cell phones were searched via warrant and incriminating text me…

 In September (2022), Senator David Bullard asked me to do some research on Sex Education in Oklahoma for an Oklahoma House of Representatives Common Education Committee Interim Study on Sex Education created by himself and Representatives Sherrie Conl…

Today in 1781, the Battle of Yorktown concluded with a Franco-American triumph over the British, a decisive conclusion to the American War for Independence.

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October 19, 1789 – John Jay was sworn in as the first Chief Justice of the United States. Even a quick overview of his views on the Constitution, war and peace, property rights and more – can show just how far almost everyone today is from our founding principles.

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