Jamison Faught

The Desolation of Obama: 2009 voter registration vs 2017

In this edition of the Voter Registration Maps series, we’ll compare several different maps comparing voter registration around the inaugurations of Barack Obama (January 2009) and Donald Trump (January 2017). The desolation wrought in Oklahoma on the Democrat Party is tremendous.

Chili's cancels Planned Parenthood fundraiser after catching flak

National restaurant chain Chili’s came under fire yesterday after franchises in Indiana and Kentucky partnered with abortion giant Planned Parenthood for a “Give Back” fundraising program. 15% of pre-tax purchases would have gone to the abortion corporation under the 3-month promotion.

Pro-Lifers and customers from across the country contacted Chili’s to express their outrage, and today, Chili’s stopped the program.

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Oklahoma Voter Registration Map, January 2017

(click image to view larger)It’s that time again – updates for my Voter Registration Maps series are coming up over the next several days.Republicans continue making major gains across the state, and now sit at 45.76% of all registered voters. Democrat…

Abortion giant Planned Parenthood likes to claim that they provide women with vital services such as prenatal care, so LiveAction went out to fact check. Watch this video for what they found out:

92 out of 97 Planned Parenthood locations said they do not provide prenatal care, using some of the following words:

Tempe, AZ – “Planned Parenthood offers abortions, so they don’t offer prenatal care”

Merrillville, IN – “I mean, it’s called Planned Parenthood, I know it’s kind of deceiving”

Albany, NY – “No Planned Parenthood does prenatal care, hon.”

Santa Fe, NM – “No, see, we don’t see pregnant women as a way of giving prenatal care, we see pregnant women, um, you know, if they are considering other options.”

Read more from LiveAction here.

It is way past time that this vile, genocidal organization stops receiving taxpayer dollars.

Trump-Pence Inauguration Livestream

Today at noon Eastern Time, Donald Trump will be officially sworn in as the 45th President of the United States of America, with Mike Pence being sworn in as the 48th Vice President shortly beforehand. The Inauguration activities kick off around 11:30am ET/10:30am CT.

The video below is supposed to live-stream the Inauguration, for those unable to watch elsewhere:

To quote former President Gerald Ford from his inauguration,

“My fellow Americans, our long national nightmare is over.”

Let’s pray that President Trump exceeds our expectations.

Rep. Kirby should resign or be expelled

State Rep. Dan Kirby (R-Tulsa) has now been accused of sexual harassment by two of his former legislative assistants. The House Rules Committee is reviewing those claims, as well as allegations against other members of the House. That investigation should continue.

The first accusation against Kirby was settled out of court, at a cost to taxpayers of nearly $45,000. After news reports uncovered the secret settlement, Kirby announced that he would resign, only to rescind that resignation several days later.

Kirby claims that the first allegation is groundless and that he will be found innocent, and that he had no idea of the situation until it hit the news. I find that hard to believe.

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Related article via Sooner Politics: Kirby Investigation Widens: 2nd Accuser Emerges

Read the full report in the Oklahoman.

Andy Coleman announces for 1st District, makes term limits pledge

Coleman Announces U.S. Congressional Campaign for Oklahoma’s First District

Owasso – Andy Coleman is pleased to announce his candidacy for U.S. Congress, to represent Oklahoma’s First Congressional District. The district is currently represented by Congressman Jim Bridenstine, who previously announced his intention not to seek reelection following the current term.

The Republican primary election for this seat, in which Coleman would compete, is not scheduled until 2018. “I realize I am announcing extremely early, but I feel the need to do so because of my unique background that has kept me out of the public eye,” Coleman said. “I need more time to introduce myself to the voters and share my message.”