Here is my Facebook post regarding the New Zealand shooter’s manifesto that got taken down for violating Facebook’s Community Standards:I’ve read at least a dozen articles that reference the New Zealand shooter’s manifesto. They all follow the sa…
OK State Capitol!… 1 pm Senate vote!… 5 pm photo on 2nd floor!
The Senate Floor session starts at 1:00 pm for the vote… make every effort to be there!
HB2597 Constitutional Carry looks VERY favorable to pass!
If you can’t make it for the vote, be there for the group photo with the Governor on the 2nd floor at 5 pm!
Please make every effort to be there to be a part of Oklahoma History!!
SB 13, if passed will criminalize abortion as murder, ending Oklahoma’s Holocaust which ends the lives of 5000 innocent unborn children annually. I encourage you to attend the rally in support of SB 13 at the capitol, February 12th beginning at 10am. We will hear from speakers as well has lobby senators to support SB 13. This will be one of the most vital events you will ever attend. With your help Oklahoma will be on it’s way to being the first Sanctuary State for the unborn.
Israel Shamir • December 23, 2018
I am a big fan of President Trump’s Christmas greetings. We need a US president to wish Merry Christmas in this dark time. And by declaring his troops’ withdrawal from Syria, he almost earned the right to do it.
read more at http://www.unz.com/ishamir/yuletide-message/
The Oklahoma Second Amendment Association will meet at 6:30 pm on Tuesday, November 20th in OKC at H&H Shooting Sports, 400 S. Vermont Ave, Ste. 110, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73108. (I-40 & Meridian)
Don Spencer, President of OK2A, will be hosting this meeting and will be presenting the OK2A Survivor Award to the Mother, her daughters and their friend (who will be present) who sustained life-threatening injuries from the shooting on May 24th, 2018 at Louie’s Bar & Grill on Lake Hefner. You do not want to miss this meeting!
Don will be giving an update on the recent Oklahoma mid-term elections.
Click on the headline link to continue reading via OKGrassroots
“We are extremely pleased with voter turnout in yesterday’s election. With nearly 1.2 million votes cast and turnout over 56 percent, this election ranks head and shoulders above any gubernatorial year turnout since at least 1986, and by a wide margin. Good voter participation is a sign of a healthy democracy, and Oklahomans should be proud of their engagement in the election process this year. We have set modern records for the number of candidates to file for office, turnout in a gubernatorial year primary election and turnout in a gubernatorial year general election. This is a banner year for elections in Oklahoma.”
[Editor’s note: Notwithstanding the fact that the secretary of the state election board indicates that we are a ‘healthy democracy’ rather than a constitutional republic, this IS a significant increase in voter turnout!/sc]
For Election Returns in Oklahoma visit the Oklahoma State Election Board – 2018 November General Election.
Then choose federal or county or multi-county options and then whether to view as html or pdf file.