Kaye Beach Jan. 2, 2016 FortySix News reports that Rep. Bob Cleveland and Lewis Moore will be holding the next public meeting on the REAL ID Act at the state capitol on Jan. 5th at 10 AM in Room 206. FortySix News also provides … Continue reading →
My name is Kaye Beach and I live in Central Oklahoma. I began my blog site to share information and ideas with others who are also interested in keeping an eye on our government and making a positive impact on policy…. The idea that “everything has changed” since 9 11 must be challenged because our government has used this notion as license to run amuck… The principles of individual liberty and personal responsibility are enduring and required for our personal satisfaction as well as for the success of our nation. But right now the assaults on our legal and natural rights seem to come one right after another prompting many to wonder where it will end. The answer depends on us.
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Kaye Beach Dec. 1, 2015 I was pleasantly surprised to day to read Shane Smith’s excellent piece on the Oklahoma REAL ID debate published today at the Red Dirt Report. If you were relying on major media, you might not …
Kaye Beach Nov. 28, 2015 This is the testimony of the third speaker at the REAL ID Study held by Rep. Lewis Moore and Rep. Bob Cleveland at the Oklahoma state capitol on Nov. 18, 2015. Unfortunately no official …
Kaye Beach Nov. 27, 2015 Charles Key’s Testimony on REAL ID Former state representative, Charles Key who was the House author for the 2007 bill to prohibit our state from participating in REAL ID, was the third speaker at the public hearing on REAL ID held at the state capitol on Nov. 18, 2015. …
Nov. 20, 2015
On Nov. 18th there was a public study held at the Oklahoma state capitol on the issue of REAL ID. Oklahoma is under pressure to implement the federal REAL ID Act of 2005.
The meeting was held by Rep. Lewis Moore and Rep. Bob Cleveland. Many Oklahomans expected to follow the meeting online. They were disappointed. I am posting testimony of the speakers so that those who are interested can be informed on the proceedings. … Continue reading →
Kaye Beach Nov 19, 2015 Yesterday Rep. Bob Cleveland and Rep. Lewis Moore held a public meeting making further study on the question of whether Oklahoma should repeal its 2007 prohibition of participating in the federal REAL ID Act of 2005.
The meeting was held in the new House conference room at the capitol which is a large comfortable conference room with modern sound and video equipment which is important as many Oklahomans who are unable to travel long distances or take a day off of work, expected to be able to access this meeting online. Unfortunately, the meeting was not available online….
Biometric ID is problematic enough but the REAL ID Act compounds the privacy, security and liberty issues of what is, at the moment still a state held biometric identification database. The REAL ID Act requires all state DMV database to be connected which means the data will be accessed and used widely probably in ways many of us have not even imagined.
If you are an Oklahoman who has questions about REAL ID, it is critical that you attend this meeting.If you are an Oklahoman who has questions about REAL ID, it is critical that you attend this meeting.
Kaye Beach Nov. 9, 2015 Another very short post covering one aspect of REAL ID – The Dictator Clause. A mandatory biometric ID such as the one created by the REAL ID Act of 2005, is an indispensable tool for … Continue reading →
Kaye Beach Nov. 3, 2015 In recent posts I have covered related topics including: Is my Oklahoma Driver’s License a Biometric ID? REAL ID IS BIOMETRIC ID I thought it was time to do a short explainer of what exactly the REAL … Continue reading →
Oct. 26, 2015 Kaye Beach The conversation surrounding the supposed impending enforcement of the federal REAL ID Act is so muddled that it is virtually impossible for anyone to develop an informed opinion on the matter. I am trying to … Continue reading →
Kaye Beach 10/22/2015 I admit that I am astonished to discover that many people in the Great State of Oklahoma do not yet understand that their Oklahoma state driver’s license and ID cards are biometric. I am not really surprised … Continue reading →