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On Friday, Feburary 25, 2011 OK Governor Mary Fallin issued a press release announcing ”Oklahoma Will Accept $54 M “Early Innovator Grant” to Support Oklahoma-Based Health Insurance Exchange.”

Noticably missing from the announcement is the fact that the “Early Innovators” grants are to fund implementation of the Information Technology (IT) infrastructure needed to operate Health Insurance Exchanges, a cornerstone of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, aka “ObamaCare.”

On Friday, Feburary 25, 2011 OK Governor Mary Fallin issued a press release announcing ”Oklahoma Will Accept $54 M “Early Innovator Grant” to Support Oklahoma-Based Health Insurance Exchange.”  Noticably missing from the announcement is the fact that the “Early Innovators” grants are to fund implementation of the Information Technology (IT) infrastructure needed to operate Health Insurance Exchanges, a cornerstone of […]

Newly elected State Superintendent Janet Barresi got off to a rocky start during her state Board of Education meeting. The meeting became contentious as Barresi brought her staff up for consideration, including Barresi’s own campaign manager Jennif…

OKG Alert 110117: Resolutions for 2011

OKG News and Alerts – January Edition 110117 Resolutions Recommendations for 2011 Resolutions to be Considered for Introduction at Precinct Meetings 2011 *** PLEASE SHARE *** January 13, 2011 We […]

Oklahoma Grassroots Presents Resolutions to be Considered for Introduction at Precinct Meetings 2011

We will have an opportunity to impact the precinct meetings occurring all over the state in late January / early February with the stated Republican party date being February 1st. Many have complained about parties, but the only way to impact them is by participating. Can it truly be said that large numbers of people of principle have participated over a sustained period, starting at the precinct level? You have to attend to participate, or at least that is the best way to do so!

OCPAC: Its Official, Time for the GOP to Govern

++ AGENDA FOR THIS WEEK’S MEETING++ ANNOUNCEMENTS++ AN UP-COMING EDUCATION-VACATION TOUR++ THE LIBERAL SURGE OVER THE ARIZONIA TRAGEDY++ ITS OFFICIAL, TIME FOR THE GOP TO GOVERN++ UNDERSTANDING THE LEFT AND THE RIGHT++ AGENDA FOR THIS WEEK’S MEETING Our 12 noon luncheon for Wednesday, January the 12th will be held at Italiano’s restaurant, 4801 North Lincoln in OKC.

OK-SAFE: Political Doublespeak – Buyer Beware

Marketing 101: Nothing happens until something is sold. A lot of marketing in hopes of selling occurred during the 2010 election cycle in Oklahoma.  That marketing involved plenty of speeches using positive, desirable, familiar words and catch-phrases, and ideas folks could rally around and embrace.  People bought those words and ideas. Upon hearing a familiar word or phrase, most folks assume that a […]

If you have been a reader of the OCPAC e-mails prior to the Novemberelections, you are aware that I issue the infamous “Charlie’s Picks”prior to any election involving a state legislative seat as well asstate wide and congressional races. The pic…