R3publicans in conjunction with Oklahoma Grassroots is pleased to have author, Richard Engle coming to Bartlesville to discuss his new book. It is fiction, but could become reality — only time will tell. He weaves history in with current events and his personal knowledge of the political arena to unfold the story.
Rachel Tapp said, “I read it and loved it. Not many books make me laugh and bawl, but ‘The Last American President’ did.” The book was labeled a “must read” recently by the Tulsa Beacon.
Richard Engle will speak on the topic of “Can the American Empire Survive?” at the Bartlesville Public Library (600 S Johnstone Ave —second floor room) on May 28th 6-8p. There will be Q&A and books available. He will also be at the Hastings Entertainment & Book Store (3005 E Frank Phillips Blvd) with book signing opportunities there as well on May 28th 2-4p & May 29th 10-12noon. All events are free and open to public.
This event is being hosted by Oklahoma R3publicans which is a grassroots network of activists working together to restore the Republic. The group is based in Oklahoma and networked around the country. The group’s focus is limited government, Constitutional principles and free market ideas. R3publican’s most recent project on precinct organization was done with multiple organizations and their representatives via Oklahoma Grassroots Network.
I live in Bartlesville Oklahoma now, but I grew up in Texas. I was a cofounder of the Associated Conservatives of Texas in the 90's, serve on the Traveling Liberty Bell board, was a co-founder of R3publicans in 2008, Constitutional Liberty Coalition (a multistate effort) and OKGrassroots in 2009. We are working together to restore the republic and proclaim liberty throughout the land! Finding Gems & Sharing Them - my personal blog * R3publicans * OKGrassroots * Constitutional Liberty Coalition