Congressman Jim Bridenstine at Signing of NASA Reauthorization

Today Congressman Jim Bridenstine was a guest at the signing ceremony in the White House as President Trump signed into law S. 442, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Transition Authorization Act of 2017.

“For our space program to be successful, NASA needs consistency in its mission,” said Congressman Bridenstine. “The NASA Transition Authorization Act keeps a mission to Mars as NASA’s horizon goal, supporting the critical deep space exploration systems as well as partnerships with industry that will make this horizon goal successful. This bill also recognizes the importance of the Moon in these plans as well as the role NASA plays in lowering barriers to access for other actors in space.”

What Drives This Narcissist?

Well we all know it’s that time of year. Time for the annual Looney Tunes convention at the State Capitol. Some may call that disrespectful however when you consider the legisla…

Will Gun Control Remain in ObamaCare?

Efforts to Repeal ObamaCare are Going Off the Rails

Click on the Take Action button to tell your congressman, about the Second Amendment concerns with the ObamaCare fix that is currently being advanced on Capitol Hill.

Jason Murphey: Opposing the Gas Tax Increase

Over the past few days you may have seen news stories describing the impending introduction of a gas tax increase. Those who suggest Oklahoma should increase the gas tax are using the following reasoning: “Oklahoma has the one of the lowest…

House Democrats Resume 'Hunger Strike'

  The House today voted to pass the Jon Echols ‘Real ID’ compromise bill (HB1465). It advanced on nearly a straight party line  vote.   What we begin to see is a Democrat party trying one more time to evoke a parliamentary ‘hunger strike’. they refuse to support Republican measures of any type unless and until there is a vote to hike oil production taxes.  Never mind that a few weeks ago the Republicans largely supported Dem. Eric Procto […]

Brian Jackson announces campaign for 2nd Congressional District

Citing Congressman Markwayne Mullin’s term limit pledge, Brian Jackson of Muskogee has announced his campaign for Congress in the 2nd District. Jackson is an associate professor of economics and accounting at Northeastern State University in Tahlequah. Before joining the NSU faculty in 2008, he worked as a scientist for the U.S. Government/Central Intelligence Agency, and is a volunteer chapel speaker and former member of the board of directors for the Gospel Rescue Mission of Muskogee.