On Friday, June 4, 2010, the FIRE Coalition, working with our partners at the Patriot Coalition and November Patriots, will hold our first National Security Conference of 2010 in the old Kansas Supreme Court Chambers in the Kansas State Capitol Building, in Topeka, Kansas. Whether it is amnesty for illegal aliens, the nearly 10% unemployment rate, or the rising instances of drug cartel and gang crime along our southern border, our elected officials at the federal, state, and local levels need to work together for the American People. On Saturday, June 19th, we will hold our second national security conference of 2010 in Hamilton, Ohio.
Meet & Greet / Fundraiser Nathan Dahm for Congress CD01 in Bartlesville www.nathandahm.com Date: Thursday – May 20, 2010 Time: 6PM-8PM (come and go) Block walking in Bartlesville in the afternoon also – join in the fun! Place: Bartlesville RSVP: 918.440.6876 (call to RSVP and for location details or email to sandiec99 [at] hotmail [dot] […]
We have asked nicely that you respect our borders and our laws. What part of rule of law, protecting our borders, ethical standards, not stealing from others, not taking advantage of others, protecting our sovereignty, moral values, and common courtesy do illegal aliens not understand.
We stand with Arizona in putting their foot down and doing what the federal government has failed to do since 911. The first thing that must happen is to secure our borders. The second thing that must happen is to remove economic incentives for industries to hire illegal aliens. The third thing that must happen is to forcibly remove anyone caught violating our immigration laws. No sanctuary cities, no free medical, no checks in the mail to mailboxes just across the border.
Meet and Greet / Fundraiser
Nathan Dahm for Congress CD01
in Bartlesville on May 20th
All are welcome!
May 16, 2010 — A message from Kelley Paul wife of U.S. Republican Senatorial candidate Dr. Rand Paul.
AxXiom introduces Maxim with
Guests GW Schulz & Howard Houchen
on Rule of Law Radio
Ron Paul speaks to the House about his concern regarding the currency crisis. He reviews the economic situation and the audit the fed bill briefly. He talks about the bailout of Greece and how money is created out of thin air and then transferred to banking ‘friends’. He is clearly concerned and continues to educate and inform and encourage an audit of the federal reserve system.
The OK House has agreed to vote to override Governor Brad Henry’s veto of HB 2569, the bill prohibiting RFID tags in the OK DL/ID cards.
This vote was originally set for Wednesday, 5/5/10, but has now been moved to Tuesday, 5/11/10.
There is some evidence that the Governor is applying pressure to members of the Democrat caucus not to override his veto on this bill.