By Representative George Faught There are differing viewpoints on the answer to fixing our state budget woes, but the issue at hand is protecting and funding our core services. While I take my role as State Representative very seriously, I … Continue reading →
Kenny Bob Tapp
Despite the fact that the Oklahoma Panhandle and NW OK overwhelming rejected a massive tax increase (SQ 779) last year at the polls along with the rest of the state, our state legislature attempted to pass massive tax increases on … Continue reading →
By Joshua Tapp
Long live King George the Third!
Long live the King!
May the King live forever!
Oklahoma Legislature cheers with signs waving: Taxes and Fees, Swag, More Gov, Graft, Cronyism, Waste, Spending…
[Editors note: Try substituting Queen Mary for King George; history does repeat itself. Wake up taxpayers…/sc]
By OCPAC’s John Michener
Legislators Still Don’t Get It.
Washington may be a swamp, but we have a Marble Pork Pen at 23rd and Lincoln. Revenue shortages are not the problem; borrowing and spending are the problem. It is time … Continue reading →
If in the event that State Representative Casey Murdock were to win the the Special General Election in late February of 2018, there would be a vacancy in House District 61 and no time for a Special House District Election. … Continue reading →
By Kevan Myers I cannot celebrate the 20 week abortion ban because I love my neighbor. The Bible describes true agape love (called charity) in “the Love Chapter”, saying, “Rejoiceth not in iniquity, but rejoiceth in the truth” … Continue reading →
When one gets in bed with government, one must expect the diseases it spreads. – Ron Paul Have people allowed their favorite Oklahoma politicians and Oklahoma media to completely brainwash them? Most individuals and all politicians I’ve encountered on the … Continue reading →