The OK House has agreed to vote to override Governor Brad Henry’s veto of HB 2569, the bill prohibiting RFID tags in the OK DL/ID cards.
This vote was originally set for Wednesday, 5/5/10, but has now been moved to Tuesday, 5/11/10.
There is some evidence that the Governor is applying pressure to members of the Democrat caucus not to override his veto on this bill.
Mr. Robert D. Steele
CIA Officer Explains New World Order’s Demise
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Political Suicide A letter of Opinion by Roger Warren April 2010 In October 1929, a great recession began. It was caused by the ability of Stock Brokers to purchase stock “on Margin”. That is, pay 10% of the total price and owe 90%. This worked for a long time, but one day the Banks ran […]
Factsheet Media Coverage Downloadable flyers on Scribd (special thanks to AxXiom and ROPE and OCPA) The measure could cost Oklahoma $850 Million per year if passed in a time where common sense would dictate reduced spending and belt tightening as prudent for all concerned citizens. Let’s stop this bite out of the apple because we […]
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SouthernAvenger (Jack Hunter, South Carolina) — April 29, 2010 — Taking the GOP to task on the one issue too many Republicans still consider non-negotiable.
a cautious hat tip to all who have admitted their mistakes during this election season
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