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.

Liberty on Tap:  November Gathering

Drawing on years of focus and research on this topic, George McFarlin (a.k.a. Tulsa’s Radley Balco) will take us on a well-documented, historical journey through this delightful topic: the constant, ever-increasing militarization of police forces…

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Liberty on Tap:  September Gathering – Open Borders and Immigration

Please join us as we discuss immigration policy through the political lens of the Republican and Democratic parties and the potential impacts they may have on individual liberty. We will finish up by talking about the concept of open borders and libert…Please join us as we discuss immigration policy through the political lens of the Republican and Democratic parties and the potential impacts they may have on individual liberty. We will finish up by talking about the concept of open borders and libertarianism. This should be a lively event at a brand new venue. There will […]

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Liberty on Tap:  August Gathering

Which Libertarian candidate should be the next Oklahoma Governor? Liberty on Tap is pleased to present to our Tulsa area friends gubernatorial runoff candidates Chris Powell and Rex Lawhorn. We will hear from the candidates through a moderated debate/Q&A-type format in which you will have the opportunity to question the candidates yourself. Stick around after […]

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Liberty on Tap:  July Gathering – John Yeutter

What does the State Auditor do and why a Libertarian is best for the job. John Yeutter is running for the office of State Auditor and will have some enlightening information to share with us. We will be at Albert G’s Bar & Q downtown Tulsa this month in the private dining room. Thursday, July 5th […]

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Liberty on Tap:  Clearing the air -- Vote YES on SQ788

I read Michael Bates’s latest blog post encouraging people to vote no on SQ788 and was struck by his account of a local doctor’s opinion on State Question 788. It’s as if the doctor whom he cites has gotten his information from “Everything You Need to Know About THC” by James Lankford. If Mr. Bates is accurate that this doctor truly believes that ALL of the health benefits of cannabis are currently available in full spectrum hemp oil [which he apparently sells out of his clinic], without the side effects of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive substance found in marijuana, then the doctor is deficient in facts or Mr. Bates has misunderstood the doctor.

It’s true that “full spectrum hemp oil” has beneficial qualities, but it only scratches the surface. THC is also an important compound. The problem we have now in Oklahoma is that the legal amount of THC in our state (less than three-tenths of one percent) is simply not adequate in the treatment of many diseases. People with neurological disorders such as Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, Tourette syndrome, Multiple Sclerosis, and Epilepsy need access to higher levels of THC. For gastrointestinal disorders like Crohn’s, THC is crucial for healing.

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Liberty on Tap: Confession of A Homeschool Mom Supporting Cannabis Legalization

“I’M A CONSERVATIVE, CHRISTIAN, HOME SCHOOLING MOM AND I SUPPORT LEGALIZATION OF CANNABIS. ”
by Joanna Francisco

I certainly do not claim to be an expert on this subject, however I find the topic very intriguing on several levels. Its medicinal benefits, the origin of its prohibition beginning in the 1930s, the economic and political aspects of its prohibition including industries that benefit financially from…

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