Call your Representative. Ask them to sign the letter demanding answers from the IRS.

Top IRS officials have admitted that conservative political groups were inappropriately flagged for harassment during the 2012 election cycle. On Friday, May 10th, the Associated Press published a disturbing report of comments from Lois Lerner, who heads the IRS division that oversees tax exempt groups.  She admitted that at least 75 organizations were singled out because they included the words “tea party” or “patriot” in their applications for tax exempt status. 

OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Mary Fallin today signed into law two measures that will eliminate or consolidate 55 boards and commissions within state government. The measures add to previous government “right-sizing” bills backed by the governor. Over 75 boards and commissions have been eliminated or consolidated in this session alone.

HB 1455, by Rep. Jason Murphey and Sen. Greg Treat, eli…

OK-SAFE: SB 640 Medicaid Expansion Bill Won’t Be Heard This Session

Ok-SAFE – As evidence that the backlash against the expansion of Medicaid in Oklahoma has been successful, the following three articles have appeared in the Tulsa World. Of particular note is the announcement today by Senate Pro Tem Brian Bingman that SB 640 by Crain/Cox will not be heard this session.  The Crain/Cox bill was attempting to authorize the Oklahoma Health Care Authority to use the existing Insure Oklahoma system to expand Medicaid in the state of Oklahoma.

Behold a Pale Horse Needs Paul Reveres

OK-SAFE, Inc. – The producers of “one of the best patriot films of all times” have the opportunity to get Behold a Pale Horse – America Aflame into theaters. The original of this film is entitled Behold a Pale Horse – America’s Last Chance and is currently available on DVD at Amazon.  The film stars…

Did a Law Student Just Make Our Gun Laws Irrelevant?

“Ideas spread; you can’t stop them. An idea whose time has come cannot be stopped by any army, or any government.” – Ron Paul Last week, law student Cody Wilson, 25–to the delight of libertarian tech-geeks everywhere–successfully created and fired the world’s first-known 3D-printed handgun. With the exception of the firing pin and a 6-ounce piece of steel mandated by the Undetectable Firearms Act, the handgun is made entirely out of ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) plastic using a 3D printer…