By Kenny Bob Tapp At Tuesday’s Capitol Rally in OKC, 800-1000 people gathered to call our legislators and governor to criminalize abortion as murder. I was able to join courageous men and woman including SB 13 Author Joseph Silk in … Continue reading →
President Pro Tem Greg Treat is in charge of the Oklahoma Senate. He has the authority to bring SB13 (The Oklahoma Abolition of Abortion Act” to a vote on the senate floor. Urge him to do exactly that. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org … Continue reading →
By Larry Williamson
Those who esteem the sanctity of life, and, therefore, fight for the right to life, have a chance to change the world this year, and as Governor Stitt might put it, the change can begin “RIGHT HERE, RIGHT NOW!” … Continue reading →
Some on the left want to protect college students from speech and ideas that offend them. But some on the same side wish to punch a MAGA hat wearing 16 year old boy in the face. And that offends University of Wisconsin Law School professor emerita Ann Althouse: “It just beggars belief that the same
by Dan Wilson
Rene Boucher, the radical leftist responsible for the brutal attack on his neighbor, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) is set to go on trial next week in Warren County Circuit Court, according to the Bowling Green Daily News.
There will be many who hesitate to support or will oppose SB13 (Joseph Silk’s bill to criminalize abortion as murder)#1, bringing up the straw man argument “in the case of the life of the mother”. Surgeon General C. Everett Koop … Continue reading →
The Gilets Jaunes in 2019
Diana Johnstone • January 11, 2019
Gilets Jaunes song performed at French traffic circle: Les Gentils et les Méchants
Paris, France, 9 January 2019
French Democracy Dead or Alive? Or perhaps one should say, buried or revived? Because for the mass of ordinary people, far from the political, financial, media centers of power in Paris, democracy is already moribund, and their movement is an effort to save it. Ever since Margaret Thatcher decreed that “there is no alternative”, Western economic policy is made by technocrats for the benefit of financial markets, claiming that such benefits will trickle down to the populace. The trickle has largely dried up, and people are tired of having their needs and wishes totally ignored by an elite who “know best”.