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Finding Common Ground -- Liberty vs. Power

I had an interesting response to the last post from an old friend who describes herself as “progressive” politically. Although we’ve recently been Facebooking, my comments had not been directed at her. She’s been open and honest, as opposed to some of the smirking, snide, high school-like comments I’ve encountered elsewhere. But since I am finding this description adopted more and more by seemingly apostate Democrats, it may be helpful to examine her response, as well as mine.

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AxXiom for Liberty FRIDAY MARCH 3 2011 GUEST-PORTER DAVIS The Open Government Project OK House Fails First Test Mr. Davis’ blog Free Oklahoma Topics: REAL ID extension red herring, 18 benchmarks Real ID Remerges on House Agenda March 4, 2011…

As we reported on February 1, Federal District Court Judge Roger Vinson issued an opinion in the multi-state Attorneys General lawsuit on January 31, declaring the health care law unconstitutional. Since the ruling came out, many question whether any further activities associated with implementing the law should proceed.  Others conclude the states should move “full […]

The 53rd Session of the Oklahoma Legislature formally opened on Monday, February 7, 2011 and promptly failed its’ first test.

The Republican-led House shut down an opportunity to institute open-government rules changes, choosing instead to maintain …

Today Congress is voting on extending the Patriot Act. When this passed after 9/11 many of us were concerned about giving this much power to the Federal Government, but at that moment we had just been attacked and Bush was President so many of us went along with it, because it wasn’t supposed to be permanent. We knew if another Clinton got elected, Congress would end it by not renewing it.

OK2A Alert Feb 7, 2011

Open Government Rule Monday, as the 2011 legislative session begins, the State House will adopt rules that will govern their operations for the next two years.  One resolution that will be offered Monday, HR1004, is essential for the success of &#8230…

There are 3 government elections in all 23 precincts in Washington County on February 8. Three school districts have school board elections: Copan, Skiatook and Tri-County Technology Center. Please open the attached file called “Washington County”; it is the summary of the candidates in these elections. The summary includes the name of each candidate, the office they are running for, their phone number and e-mail address (if they have an e-mail address). The Washington County Election Board phone number is 918-337-2850.