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Last year, I filed Legislation that would apply Oklahoma’s open meetings and records laws to the Legislature. As you are probably aware, these are the important laws designed to ensure that transparency follows the taxpayer dollar. Whenever the governm…

Pew: American Trust Level in Federal Government Plummets to Historic Lows

by PENNY STARR 5 May 2017

Pew Research Center’s national survey on the overall trust of the American people in the federal government is “near historic lows,” with just 20 percent saying they trust it to do what’s right “always or most of the time.”

read further athttp://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/05/05/pew-american-trust-level-in-federal-government-plummets-to-historic-lows/

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How the Government Predicts The Future – Inside the “Sentient World Simulation”

Have you ever watched the TV show “Person Of Interest”? It started in 2011 and ran until 2016. The premise of the show was that the government had a massive computer and corresponding database that kept track of every individual in the United States. It also predicted tragic events that a small group of heroes that tries to correct those tragic events.

James Corbett in his July 4, 2012 “Eye Opener Report” describes a real government computer, sans the heroes. Of course that was back in 2012, who knows the advancements they have made in invading the publics privacy over these last 5 years. If you are unaware of the massive government surveillance that is being done or would like to know more listen to his report.

You can go to his site at https://www.corbettreport.com/how-the-government-predicts-the-future-inside-the-sentient-world-simulation/

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Jason Murphey: Big government groundhog day

State officials are continuing to consider an array of tax and fee increases. I instinctively know that these taxes and fees will have a traumatic effect on the state’s economy and I will oppose them.When the government increases a fee or tax it…

  In what may be a truly groundbreaking new application of media resources, State lawmakers are finding new opportunities to communicate directly to concerned citizens about some of the most highly charged issues at the state capitol. A case in point is the Rules Committee’s work to investigate the Sexual Harassment charges of some of the current and past members.  This week, Rep David Perryman became the point person for the minority and he made a dramatic show of his choice to w […]