Liberty on Tap

Liberty on Tap

Liberty on Tap seeks to empower and assist individuals in Tulsa and the surrounding areas in becoming better connected, informed, and involved in their community through activism, education, and involvement in the Republican Party.

Through monthly social gatherings, we expand our understanding of the philosophy of freedom as it relates to economics, the proper role of government, and issues on the local, state, and federal levels. We hope to increase our opportunities for involvement through collegial and casual interaction.

El Patron Cocina Mexicana Tulsa 11101 E 41st St, Tulsa, OKThursday – February 3rd – 6PMPrivate dining room Call it folk medicine, traditional medicine, indigenous medicine…or whatever. It just makes sense that you need to have versatile med…

People have been looking forward to this for months! Make plans to join us this Thursday evening. Please RSVP so we can prepare the room.

As always, if you have items for the Agora, please bring them!

“I don’t know what types of alliances are possible. All we can do is to hold aloft the banner of justice and humanity and see who rallies to it. And no matter who joins us, fight we must! For as Ludwig von Mises said, ‘Everyone carrie…

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“The best way to show gratitude is to honor the lineage – to not allow their good efforts go to waste. Shows respect and gratitude.” Dzigar Kongtrul Rinpoche This quote brought my thoughts to the brothers and sisters who are working d…

What word would you use to describe 2020?   Regardless of your individual experience over the past 10 months, TRAUMATIZING is an apt descriptor of 2020 for all of us on some level. There is not an area of society that has been unaffected by the events …

Resolve To Grow Freedom & Weaken The Beast Through Agorism “Resolve to serve no more and you are at once free.”from 16th Century essay by Etienne de la Boetie, On Voluntary Servitude Each of us can easily expand our fight for individual…