Nov. 20, 2015
The meeting was held by Rep. Lewis Moore and Rep. Bob Cleveland. Many Oklahomans expected to follow the meeting online. They were disappointed. I am posting testimony of the speakers so that those who are interested can be informed on the proceedings.
Yesterday I posted Howard Houchen’s public testimony which I drew from an audio recording made of the hearing.
I was the second speaker in the lineup and spoke in opposition to REAL ID. I am not transcribing my comments but am posting my written statement that I prepared. My oral statement very closely followed my written testimony.
The next post will be on the testimony that was presented by former state representative Charles Key.
Additionally, I will transcribe the remarks of Department of Public Safety Commissioner, Michael C. Thompson as well as the discussion that transpired at the meeting.
My name is Kaye Beach and I live in Central Oklahoma. I began my blog site to share information and ideas with others who are also interested in keeping an eye on our government and making a positive impact on policy.... The idea that “everything has changed” since 9 11 must be challenged because our government has used this notion as license to run amuck... The principles of individual liberty and personal responsibility are enduring and required for our personal satisfaction as well as for the success of our nation. But right now the assaults on our legal and natural rights seem to come one right after another prompting many to wonder where it will end. The answer depends on us. “How free do you want to be?” AxXiom is for Liberty