Last week I described a key moment from the 2015 legislative session that put the Oklahoma Legislature on a downward transparency trajectory: legislators suspended an important transparency policy because their leaders told them that they would be…
If in the event that State Representative Casey Murdock were to win the the Special General Election in late February of 2018, there would be a vacancy in House District 61 and no time for a Special House District Election. … Continue reading →
Last week I wrote of the devolution of openness in the Oklahoma Legislature.I thought it might be helpful to provide a specific description of some of the notable devolution of transparency moments that have characterized the Legislature of recent…
By Kevan Myers I cannot celebrate the 20 week abortion ban because I love my neighbor. The Bible describes true agape love (called charity) in “the Love Chapter”, saying, “Rejoiceth not in iniquity, but rejoiceth in the truth” … Continue reading →
When one gets in bed with government, one must expect the diseases it spreads. – Ron Paul Have people allowed their favorite Oklahoma politicians and Oklahoma media to completely brainwash them? Most individuals and all politicians I’ve encountered on the … Continue reading →
Longtime readers will know that from the time of my election in 2006 until a few years ago I was quite bullish on the potential for legislative transparency. During that time, in each and every legislative session, I could point to notable and…
Recently Senator Nathan Dahm kicked off his campaign for Congress in Broken Arrow. Special thanks to Bryan Mayberry for capturing the event on video for us. I believe Nathan is running for all the right reasons with a solid voting record to confirm that he is the right man for this job — not only that he actually reads the bills! He has my vote and my prayers and all that I can do to help.
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He is the right man for this job.
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“Talk is simply that, talk. We are at a time in Oklahoma where you hear a lot of Conservative rhetoric and see a record to the contrary. Having had the opportunity to work with Dr. McLarty and other Grassroot Republicans … Continue reading →