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Did a Law Student Just Make Our Gun Laws Irrelevant?

“Ideas spread; you can’t stop them. An idea whose time has come cannot be stopped by any army, or any government.” – Ron Paul Last week, law student Cody Wilson, 25–to the delight of libertarian tech-geeks everywhere–successfully created and fired the world’s first-known 3D-printed handgun. With the exception of the firing pin and a 6-ounce piece of steel mandated by the Undetectable Firearms Act, the handgun is made entirely out of ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) plastic using a 3D printer…

The Marketplace Fairness Act is Unfair

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Jim Bridenstine has decided to oppose the Marketplace Fairness Act (HR 684).  After researching the proposed legislation and conferring with various concerned constituents, the Congressman explained his stand:Under current law…

Friends of Amanda Teegarden

Amanda Teegarden announced her candidacy for the State Chair of the Oklahoma Republican Party today. Teegarden’s experience in grassroots education and activism convinced her that “the only way to solve our current crisis is to truly become the party of the people…Oklahoma has a strong history of populism, based upon self-reliance, neighborliness, community and civic involvement that accounts for the unique character so many people admire in our citizens,” Teegarden said.

Liverpool Legends Concert to Benefit Washington County SPCA Tickets Available Now! PreConcert Party for Sponsors

The Washington County SPCA invites you to become a sponsor for our first annual fundraiser “We Get by With a Little Help From Our Friends” concert featuring the Liverpool Legends which will benefit our shelter.

The primary source of funding for “We Get by With a Little Help From Our Friends” is from corporate and individual sponsors, such as yourself. The Washington County SPCA receives no governmental funds for our adoption facility or our many services provided to members of our community.

This exciting event will be held at the beautiful Bartlesville Community Center’s Performance Hall on April 20, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. It will be a fun evening that will kick off with a preconcert party open only to our sponsors and their guests. Then your guests will move into the performance hall for a trip back to 1964 (one year before our shelter first opened to the public) with a celebration of the Beatles music.

OK-SAFE, Inc. – “Continuing Resolution” Vote On Wednesday, March 6, 2013, the U.S. Congress voted on H.R. 933, the Department of Defense, Military Construction, and Veterans Affairs and Full-Year Continuing Appropriations Act, 2013, a Continuing Resolutions (CR) to fund government operations.  From the House website: “The bill provides necessary funding to keep the doors of […]

Congressman Bridenstine Remains Steadfast Against Tax Increases -- March update

I [Congressman Bridenstine] remain stedfast in my efforts to move our country and our government in a more conservative and fiscally responsible direction. Each time I take a stand against additional spending measures and tax increases, whether it is coming from the Obama administration or from within the Republican Conference, I do so in an effort to preserve the economic prosperity and opportunity of our great nation for the generations to come. Thank you for the tremendous opportunity you have given me to represent the First District of Oklahoma.

New – OK Treasury Online Checkbook

OK-SAFE, Inc. – The state’s checkbook is now online.  Currently, expenditures and collections by functions of government or agency are listed, plus payments by the Treasurer’s office are viewable.  The Treasurer’s press release further states that “Work is also underway to incorporate the receipt of federal funds into the automated reporting system.” One can only […]

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