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: May Gathering – Birthday Bash

We are celebrating four years of building community, discovering stateless approaches to all aspects of life, becoming informed and involved in our community, and networking with like-minded people in a casual, friendly setting. This month we are meeting at Elgin Park Brewery in the private room (kids are definitely welcome) located at 325 E Brady […]

Thursday, May 4th at 6 pm
Please join us in the private dining room
Elgin Park Brewery
325 E MB Brady St
Tulsa, OK

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Liberty on Tap: Decentralize

I’m surrounded by people who are working around the system. Individuals are rendering the state unnecessary. They are building community, peacefully interacting with others from all walks of life and decentralizing. The state has duped many of us into thinking there is no other way but its way. The state has been diabolical in programming […]

Liberty on Tap - Tulsa: April Gathering on Mental Health & the Criminal Justice System

Does the cause of those suffering from mental illness who are also impacted by our criminal justice system have adequate public support? Please join us as we explore this topic with a discussion facilitated by David van Rissegham. David has served as President of and is currently on the board of directors of the Tulsa […]

Thursday, April 6th at 6pm

Chimi’s on Cherry Street

Private Dining Room

15th & Peoria

Tulsa

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Actions Speak Louder Than Words

How much do you think those elected to the State House respect their constituents? Not much according to all the legislative action to overturn the criminal justice reform ballot votes of the people from this past November. Apparently a great many legislators elected to represent believe their job is to go against the direct voice of the people. Their actions indicate a blatant disrespect for the voters. The excuses and reasoning given for these betrayals basically equate to we the voters being ignorant peasants too stupid to know what we were doing. Welcome to representative government that not only doesn’t represent but goes against the clear will of the people on enhancing justice. Be contacting your State Senators to tell them to respect your November votes and oppose this HB1482 and those like it.

Dr. Shannon Grimes

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Back to Eden on Vimeo

Unity Tree Gardens is a brand new organization focusing on strengthening Tulsa by empowering under served communities in our city. They are currently working on targeting food deserts with a community garden project and they have LOTS to share with us about the many aspects of this project including the vision, hurdles, successes, and goals. […]

Will the “Real” Anarchists Please Stand Up

by Lisa Bowman

The passing of the crown known as the presidency of the US of A has incited much emotion and reaction spanning the spectrum. On one side there is great jubilation as he is hailed a savior and on the other side there is much protest condemning him as the destroyer of freedom. There were protests and marches this past weekend inspired by the Trump takeover. There was also some violence and destruction of property most reportedly committed by a gang of people flying the flag of anarchy (LOL) further perpetuating the image of violence and chaos that so many have associated with the term anarchy.

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Philanthropic Tyranny

You who want to take from others by force to perform some “good” are promoting violence against your neighbors, your friends, and your families as well as those you dislike.

The “good” you seek does not wash away the violent means. It is not moral to take from others by force no matter that there will be some that benefit. It does not matter that you may not perceive the harm you are doing to others. It is there if only you are willing to consider.

To force others to labor for your desires is enslavement and theft no matter your good intentions.

This goes for all relationships, personal and otherwise, and yes, even governmental.

Shannon Grimes

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