As  events have continued to unfold in Wisconsin this week surrounding legislation that would do away with collective bargaining between government entities and public employees in determining benefits, I have surveyed some of the news coverage. Among the more fascinating reports I watched or read included a woman holding a sign that said, “I’d rather […]

The Arizona controversy has resulted in a debate over immigration and legislation dealing with issue in other states. Questions arise about jurisdiction, birthright citizenship and state sovereignty. What does the Constitution say and what is the histo…

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 […]

Article from the OU Daily COLUMN: Guns on campus would make OU safer Mark Moreland/The Daily Thursday, February 17, 2011 I was born and raised in Texas. I received my first rifle when I was 16, and I plan on … Continue reading →

Tulsa Area Republicans Restoring the Republic Come join us and learn how a fun bunch of radical non-joiners have come together to be left alone – otherwise known as Campaign for Liberty!
Also, hear why we should not count on the Tea Party People…