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‘Everyone’s God and if we don’t wake up to that there’s going to be no weather because our polar caps are melting because we’re doing bad things to the atmosphere…” — Charles Manson, 2011             Every now and then, even a blind squirrel finds a nut.  Buried in an article published in the UK’s […]

People who want collective bargaining reform this legislative session need to take action. The Nebraska Legislature’s Business and Labor Committee have scheduled a hearing for today, Wednesday, April 13. Time: NOON Where: State Capitol, Room 2102 Subject: LB397 and the 64 page amendment to it, AM1116 Recommended Actions – make contacts, and if at all […]

Tulsa Area Republicans Restoring the Republic  
The premiere of Atlas Shrugged Part 1 is opening Fri. Apr. 15 (yes, tax day, ironically enough). We’re going to the 7:20 PM show at Cinemark Tulsa, 10802 E 71st St South. We’ll most l…

OK-SAFE recently had the opportunity to interview Michael F. Cannon on their America in the Balance radio program. The subjects included the definition of insurance exchanges, federal funding grants, and why states should not implement exchanges. Podcast of the 4/3/11 interview here. Michael F. Cannon is the director of health policy studies at the Cato […]

++ AGENDA FOR THIS WEEK’S MEETING++ CHARLIE’S PICKS & ANNOUNCEMENT++ GOVERNOR FALLIN – ACTION ITEM++ CONGRESS AND THE FEDERAL BUDGET++ OCPAC MEMBERSHIP++ TIDBITS++ AGENDA FOR THIS WEEK’S MEETINGOur 12 noon luncheon for Wednesday, April 6th will be held at
Italiano’s restaurant, 4801 North Lincoln in OKC. Our unconfirmed speaker for this Wednesday will be Jerry Bohnen, long time investigative reporter and director of the news department for KTOK…

The measures included a state party rule change to be proposed at next month’s state convention requiring censure hearings for Republican officeholders who do not adhere to “core principles” that include the unconstitutionality of all gun regulations and the belief that life is the result of “an act between a man and a woman,” and begins at the moment of fertilization.

The proposed rule also would require elected Republicans to work for “drastic” reductions in taxes and mandatory fees.

“This could be big,” said delegate Molly McKay, who later in the convention was elected county vice chairman without opposition. “This could be the biggest thing since we repealed slavery.”

This is Part 5 in an ongoing series about the concept of nullification by states; the idea that individual states can declare a federal law or regulation unconstitutional, and therefore, refuse to implement it. See FOOTNOTE section for links to Parts 1 – 4 and additional supporting information.1 (See the far right sidebar for making […]

This is Part 4 in an ongoing series about a the concept of nullification by states; the idea that individual states can declare a federal law or regulation unconstitutional and, therefore, refuse to implement it. See FOOTNOTE section for links to Parts 1 -3 and additional supporting information. 1  My prior opinion, that nullification is a […]