State sovereignty is about having the chance to determine our own degree of peace and prosperity, not having them decided by self interested globalists and corporatists in the national government. State sovereignty is based on the premise that government governs best that is closest to the people.
The hand of God and intelligent design is threaded throughout creation for us to see if we will open our eyes~
The Oklahoma Legislative Session begins on Monday, February 7, 2011, runs for 16 weeks, and ends on May 27, 2011. Building on last year’s citizen training, OK-SAFE will be conducting 2 training sessions entitled Citizen Involvement in the Legislative Process. (NOTE: The OKC session was conducted 1/15/2011.) These meetings are subject-specific, and graduated by level of […]
It is a work of love by Carol Paul and a treasure for those of us who know and love this wonderful man and his family. There is a photo in it that could definitely hold a clue for the future. Subtile I know, but what do you think? Continue reading …
++ AGENDA FOR THIS WEEK’S MEETING++ ANNOUNCEMENTS++ CONGRATS TO EMOLY WEST, MISS OKLAHOMA++ THE OKLAHOMAN’S HYPOCRICY++ OKLAHOMA’S CONSTITUTION NULLIFIED++ AGENDA FOR THIS WEEK’S MEETING Our 12 noon luncheon for Wednesday, January 19th will be held at Italiano’s restaurant, 4801 North Lincoln in OKC. Our Speaker this week will be Mr. Jeff Massey. Jeff is an attorney and the former National Commander of one of the confederate soldier organizations. He has spoken to us a couple of times over the past 12 years or so and is always an excellent speaker.
Below are two articles about the Oklahoma State Constitution regarding former State Legislators taking state jobs. The first is from Newsok.com explaining the possible problem from the State Constitution. It particularly hits former State Senator an…
by David Gomez | Sat 15th Jan 201 It’s been called the “Trusted Internet ID” scheme by some observers. It won’t matter what we choose to call the government’s proposed Internet licensing system because in the end we probably won
Salt Lake City Attorney Jesse Trentadue continues to seek justice on behalf of his brother, Kenneth Trentadue. Continue reading →