This just in via email from Wayne Hill:
Here is the notice for our March meeting this Thursday evening (March 22) at 6:30. Our quest speakers will be State Senator Nathan Dahm who is a US Congressional Candidate for the 1st District. Senator Dahm is a strong supporter of Liberty and the 2nd Amendment. He is the author and sponsor of many of our bills. Please come and show your support for our friend Senator Natham Dahm. We will also have a legislative update.
Please invite your friends and relatives.
Saturday, November 11, 2018, the Oklahoma Republican State Committee meeting was held in Oklahoma City. The State GOP Committee is the governing body of the Republican Party in Oklahoma. In a bold move, participants in the Oklahoma Republican State Committee meeting overwhelmingly passed a Resolution in the support of the 22 courageous state representatives that…
Featuring CD1 Candidates:
Andy Coleman Nathan Dahm Tim Harris Kevin Hern Danny Stockstill
Sunday, November 12, 2017 3PM
322 East Don Tyler – Dewey, OK 74029
Tickets: $10 for Adults * $5 for 12 and under
Finding Gems & Sharing Them – Washington County GOP Chili Cook Off
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.
For Life and Liberty,
He is the right man for this job.
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You can find out more about him and donate online here >
Finding Gems and Sharing Them – Nathan Dahm for Congress Campaign Kick-off in Broken Arrow – For Life and For Liberty!
Congressman Jim Bridenstine: “It is an honor to be nominated to serve our nation as NASA Administrator. I am humbled by this opportunity, and I thank President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence for their confidence. Should I be confirmed by the United States Senate, I will work with all diligence to achieve the President’s vision for America’s leadership in space.”
Jim Bridenstine served as a U.S. Navy pilot on active duty for nine years, followed by four years in the Navy Reserve where he achieved the rank of Lieutenant Commander. In 2015 he transitioned to the Oklahoma Air National Guard. He was elected to Congress in 2012 and serves on the House Armed Services Committee and the Science, Space, and Technology Committee. In 2016 he introduced the American Space Renaissance Act. Bridenstine lives in Tulsa, OK with his wife Michelle and their three children. For a full bio, please click here.
Broken Arrow—Senator Nathan Dahm (R-Broken Arrow) congratulated Congressman Jim Bridenstine Friday on his presidential appointment to NASA administrator. Bridenstine previously served as executive director of the Tulsa Air & Space Museum & Planetarium before being elected to Congress.
Dahm says Bridenstine’s new role at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration will not only positively impact the nation, but also be beneficial to the city of Tulsa with its large aerospace industry.
Today, Congressman Jim Bridenstine voted for the H.R. 3219, the Make America Secure Appropriations Act, which funds national defense, important US Army Corps of Engineers projects, and physical border security provisions, while cutting wasteful programs that ballooned during the previous administration. The legislation passed 235 to 192.
“The first responsibility of the Federal Government is national security. Today, the House of Representatives fulfilled that duty,” said Congressman Bridenstine.
The Make America Secure Appropriations Act provides $659 billion for the Department of Defense, nearly $60 billion above the current year. This increase is necessary to restore our Armed Forces after the harm caused by the defense sequester. In addition, H.R. 3219 provides $14 billion for the Department of Energy’s nuclear weapons security programs, an increase in funding that will modernize the United States’ ability to deter and respond to any nuclear threat.