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…and so it begins!

On his first day in office, President Biden signed seventeen (17) Executive Orders.  Most overturned President Trump’s EOs.  With the stroke of a pen, Biden halted funding for the building of the southern border wall, shut down construction of the Keystone pip... More »

BIGGER THAN ONE PERSON!

On Wednesday, President Donald Trump became the first United States president to be impeached twice. He was charged with ‘incitement of insurrection,’ in conjunction with the overrun of the U.S. Capitol on January 6th. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, (D-CA)... More »

From the Desk of Sen. Jessica Garvin

Although our Christmas celebrations looked very different than in years past, I hope you were still able to enjoy this blessed season and celebrate the birth of our Savior. As we look toward the new year, it’s important to look back and count our blessings fro... More »

MATTERS WORTHY OF CONGRESS!

Wednesday’s opening of the Electoral College votes before a joint session of Congress will be a lesson in U.S. government, so tune into C-Span or set your VDR. On Saturday eleven Republican senators indicated they would vote to not seat the Electors from four ... More »

EXPECT CHANGE, NOT UNITY!

What can America expect under a President Joe Biden administration? Will he roll back many of the Trump administration’s policies? Will Biden forge policy in line with the U.S. Constitution? Here are six policy changes Biden will make in his first 100 days:Fir... More »

Native American Heritage Month Resolution Filed in House

 Congressman Tom Cole (OK-04) this week led introduction of a resolution in the U.S. House of Representatives to recognize November as National Native American Heritage Month, honoring tribal nations throughout history. Following introduction, the congressiona... More »

VOTE NO SQ#805

On November 3rd, Oklahomans will go to the polls and vote on two State Questions. SQ# 805 is on the ballot due to the efforts of Oklahomans for Sentencing Reform.(OSR). If SQ# 805 is passed, it would amend the state constitution to prohibit the use of a person... More »

VOTE YES ON SQ #814

On November 3rd, State Question # 814 is on the ballot. It was placed there by a Joint Resolution passed by the legislature. It involves the Oklahoma Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust (TSET). In 1996, Oklahoma and 45 other states across the country sued tobac... More »

OKLAHOMA’S BROKEN JUDICIAL SYSTEM

by Steve Fair & Georgia Williams Judges and Justices in Oklahoma are appointed by the Governor and then confirmed by the State Senate. The Governor is given three possible nominees by the Judicial Nominating Commission, a group of fifteen (15). Six are appoint... More »

EPIC IS AN EPIC FAILURE!

The largest public-school system in Oklahoma is an on-line virtual school model. Epic Charter Schools is fully accredited by the state of Oklahoma. According to their website: “Epic Charter Schools combines the convenience of online learning with the support o... More »

Tom Cole

Can’t Trust Communist China By Congressman Tom Cole No country has been spared from the repercussions of China’s coronavirus missteps and cover-up that accelerated the current global pandemic. However, the coronavirus crisis is not the first time the Chinese C... More »

Red White and Blue Salute to Oklahoma

by Wayne Watts A ‘Red White and Blue Salute to Oklahoma’ is being formed to recognize and support First Responders, Military and Essential Workers, to honor the Flag and Stand for God and Country according to a press release from Chickasha resident Stewart Mey... More »