Secular Libertarians vs Christian Libertarians In the midst of an explosion of interest in the Oklahoma Libertarian Party, there is a struggle beginning to take shape.. Several secular Libertarians are becoming very concerned that an insurgency of the Religious Right may overtake their ranks and corrupt their political party & movement. Ironically, the more secular Libertarians of Oklahoma lately have bee […]
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The path to the white house is getting clearer and clearer on both sides of the aisle. These results are after Indiana and before Guam.
Graphics via Real Clear Politics with Current Delegate Counts for R’s and D’s…
Read more via OKGrassroots (see enlarged graphics also)
By Mike McCarville
The revolution in Republican politics is underway.
The leader is not the choice of “grassroots” Republicans, Ted Cruz.
He’s not the choice of the “establishment” either, Marco Rubio.
He is, instead, the unlikely-est of all, Donald Trump.
And it is a revolution, make no mistake. Thousands of voters in primary and caucus states have validated what is happening.
Others are startled by Trump’s ascension. The Associated Press interviewed one man, a voter, and reported the conversation: “(he) is part of a legion of skeptical Republican voters across the United States coming to grips with the prospect that Trump, a candidate whose appeal they simply can’t understand, may end up being their party’s best chance for retaking the White House. The real estate mogul has scored three commanding primary victories in a row, including Tuesday in Nevada, and enters next week’s delegate-rich Super Tuesday elections in strong position.”
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In Oklahoma, it would be bad politics to seek votes by asking them to participate in an SEC Primary. We’re not really sure who’s behind the effort to name the event after the college athletic conference from the southeast, but it really makes no difference who. We’re Okies and we’re againnit!
The 2016 Super Tuesday will be held on March 1.
Since Super Tuesday primaries are typically held in a large number of states from geographically and socially diverse regions of the country, Super Tuesday typically represents a presidential candidate’s first test of national electability. Convincing wins in Super Tuesday primaries have usually propelled candidates to their party’s nomination. The particular states holding primaries on Super Tuesday have varied from year to year.
TED CRUZ, COMMON CORE, HOMESCHOOLING AND HIS PROPOSED S-306 BILL Article by Anita Hoge
February 6, 2016 via NewsWithViews.com
His Scary Federal Education “Choice” as a Civil Right, His Fake Repeal of Common Core, and His Phony Support of Homeschools Revealed.
Ted Cruz forces Common Core onto every private, religious, and homeschool in his proposed S 306 with Federal Choice (which is NO choice at all).
In text released today and reported by CNN and later in the day direct from the campaign to grassroots supporters:
It’s been an incredible honor to run a principled campaign for the White House. Today, I will end where I began, ready and willing to fight for the cause of Liberty.
Across the country thousands upon thousands of young people flocked to our message of limited government, privacy, criminal justice reform and a reasonable foreign policy. Brushfires of Liberty were ignited, and those will carry on, as will I.
Although, today I will suspend my campaign for president, the fight is far from over. I will continue to carry the torch for Liberty in the United States Senate and I look forward to earning the privilege to represent the people of Kentucky for another term.