During our meeting last night, Richard Engle presented a copy of his new book “The Last American President” to Nadine for the Bartlesville Public Library. The book was autographed by Mr. Engle and was a gift from R3publicans & Oklahoma Grassroots who were hosting the event which was open to the public. His presentation on the topic “Can the American Empire Survive?” was well received and there were many questions asked and answered. Sadly we must report that most empires historically do not last forever. We learned a little about why and possible scenarios and why this book conveyed the answer it has on the topic. All this was done without giving the books answer away to those who have not yet read it. Richard Engle will be at Hastings on Friday from 10-12noon if you were unable to join us at the library.
Engle in Bartlesville with New Book “The Last American President”
R3publicans in conjunction with Oklahoma Grassroots is pleased to have author, Richard Engle coming to Bartlesville to discuss his new book. It is fiction, but could become reality — only time will tell. He weaves history in with current events and his personal knowledge of the political arena to unfold the story.
May 28th – Bartlesville Public Library 6-8PM
May 28/29th – Hastings Entertainment & Book Store
Pastors from all over the city led prayers over various topics from Marriage to Business, to Media and more. Together we prayed out loud a prayer of repentance – chilling in it’s scope. While I have attended the day of prayer events in the past and even called people to join in — this time there was something different in the air. I don’t know if people realize how much trouble we are in as a nation, but they seemed to. There was a spirit of humility in the air, a sense of urgency to get it right, a calling that we must beseech the Lord for His grace and mercy in this time. We have failed to do the things necessary to protect this nation in this hour. We do not know if there is time to turn things around, but we do know the solutions are beyond our abilities. We will need the intervention of the Lord God Almighty every step of the way.
The RCSC is an independent organization of current members of the Republican National Committee (RNC). It meets regularly in conjunction with the meetings of the RNC to discuss issues of importance to the Republican Party and its Members. The Steering Committee is currently made up of a majority of the members of the RNC. The RCSC voted to approve submission of this Amici Curiae Brief to the Court.
This Brief makes the argument, with substantiated facts, that traditional marriage and families are essential for a free society to thrive. Changing the definition of marriage would promote societal instability, be detrimental to children, and increase the need for intrusive government programs and intervention.
The State Convention is THIS SATURDAY April 11th at Crossroads Church, 8901 S Shields Blvd, Oklahoma City, 73149.
If you haven’t registered and paid your Delegate fee, you CAN still register and pay the morning of the Convention from 7:00 –
9:00 a.m. Please come early.
Please bring a Photo I.D. ( i.e. driver’s license) with you.
Follow title link above to see Nathan Dahm’s Endorsement and more or visit OKgrassroots article here >>>
There are two Pro-life bills that passed the State House and are now in the State Senate. One passed through committee quickly and with high margins and is ready for a floor vote while the other is waiting to be heard in another committee. This is where you come in. Your voice should be heard and you matter!
Because of recent rumors, I decided to attend the Credientials Committee meeting to ascertain the truth for myself. If the GOP is to maintain faith with the people, it is essential that the rules are followed transparently and efficiently. In the case of credentials, votes on all elections for rules, officers, platform and resolutions depend […]
I’ve had a week to reflect on the 2015 OK County Convention held March 7 at OCCC. Having barely lost my race for Vice Chair, I wanted to get past the sting of defeat and gather perspective. On the whole, I’m optimistic the county party can become the dynamic grassroots force it was 50 years […]
That the Oklahoma Republican Party seeks to disallow state licensing agencies, boards, commissions from increasing their income from fines, fees, etc., in order to compensate for cuts in funding from the state legislature.