District 2 and Tulsa Meetings: Yesterday, 9 March 2010, myself and several members of the Houchen for Congress team held some very productive, informative, and supportive meetings with individuals and groups throughout Eastern Oklahoma. Guns Show in Delaware Co. (Grove): The Houchen for Congress table was the center of activity at the Grove Gun Show […]

Hey Census “A $100 is a small price to pay for my privacy”

Know your Legal Position

In the next few days you will probably be getting greetings from your “friends” at the US Census.  Instead of simply asking how many adults live at your address, the government will ask you a series of questions designed to justify more government spending and intrusion in your life.
If for some reason […]

OCPAC: Senators Bunning and Coburn

++ AGENDA FOR THIS WEEK’S MEETING ++ ANNOUNCEMENTS ++ SENATORS BUNNING AND COBURN ++ TIDBITS ++ OCPAC MEMBERSHIP ++ AGENDA FOR THIS WEEK’S MEETING Our 12 noon luncheon for Wednesday, March 10th will be held at Italiano’s rest…

OCPAC: Urgent Action Item

Your phone calls to the State Capitol are needed on Monday or Tuesday, preferably Monday. First, the most important bill. Your in-action may allow for your electric utility bills to increase by a minimum of 20%. This past Wednesday at 10:00 p.m. on…

One Minute Each Night

ONE MINUTE EACH NIGHT During WWII, there was an advisor to Churchill who organized a group of people who dropped what they were doing every night at a prescribed hour for one minute to collectively pray for the safety of England, its people and peace. This had an amazing effect as bombing stopped. There is […]

In July of  2008, I was warning about the coming financial crisis. I linked to plenty of reasons why a “financial tsunami” was near, and how to protect oneself. I also told friends and family. As best I can tell, no one listened, nor did they give…

Sometimes, in the hustle and bustle of all things associated with campaigning, I question if I heard, read, or saw something in the fashion it was intended.  Every now and then I even question if it occurred at all.  This brings me to the following observational question(s):  Didn’t Barack Obama mention, several weeks back, something about “HIS” […]

Glenn Beck accomplished his goal when Rick Perry won the GOP primary in Texas. Perry won 51% of the vote, Hutchinson came in second and Debra Medina finished third with 19%. Before the Beck hatchet job, Medina was catching on rising about 4-5 points a …

OCPAC: OKC Mayor's Race

++AGENDA FOR THIS WEEK’S MEETING
++ELECTIONS ON TUESDAY, MARCH 2ND
++ACTION ITEM
++REPRESENTATIVE STEELE’S RESPONSE
++HELPING THE OKLAHOMAN UNDERSTAND GOOD GOVERNMENT
++ OCPAC MEMBERSHIP UP-DATE
AGENDA FOR THIS WEEK’S MEETING
Our 12 noon luncheon for Wednesday, March 3rd will be held at Italiano’s restaurant, 4801 North Lincoln in OKC. This Wednesday, we begin the process of interviewing candidates for state wide and congressional races. This week’s meeting will feature the 3 Republican candidates for the State Labor Commissioner’s office. Brenda Renau had held that seat for 12 years before losing it to a former Democrat lawmaker 4 years ago. This is a seat that labor unions have wanted to control, so it is important that the Labor Commissioner, understands the job, is fair minded and not controlled by labor unions or big business for that matter. The candidates are in order of their announcing for this office, Jason Reese, an attorney, State Representative Tad Jones, and businessman Mark Costello. Please try to arrive early as we will start our meeting at 12:05 sharp and move into the interview process quickly. All of those having their dues paid as of February 17th (2 weeks prior to any vote) will be given a ballot. Depending on the vote of our members, we will either endorse one of these candidates or vote to make no endorsement in this race.