Oklahoma

OK
12 votes

Mark of the Beast, According to Garp

After commenting on the topic "Mark of the Beast" - From the Book of Revelation, I was asked to entertain the OP with my thoughts, even if it was "just for funsies". http://www.dailypaul.com/323211/the-mark-of-the-beast-from-t... Rather than clutter up what they have going on, I decided to put my thoughts in a clear manner. These are, MY THOUGHTS and you have every right to not read them, so please choose wisely.

28 votes

James Garner dies aged 86

From theguardian.com:

The actor James Garner has died at the age of 86, Los Angeles police have confirmed.

Garner was best known for his primetime television roles as a wisecracking frontier gambler on Maverick and as an ex-con turned private eye on The Rockford Files.

0 votes

Debt Based Money : You Love It.


http://youtu.be/kND4203kBbA

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Tired of Debt? The Protection : Fixed Debt against Hard Assets


http://youtu.be/knjuFIHQmw4

0 votes

Oklahoma County Sheriff's DUI Checkpoint on Twitter

A quick briefing, and the equipment is warming up for our DUI checkpoint tonight. Join us on Twitter as we "live tweet" this event our handle is @OkCountySheriff. Stay safe folks and please don't drink and drive.

You can find more on their facebook page or on twitter.

https://www.facebook.com/OCSO911

5 votes

Oklahoma primary... what a disappointment.

Oklahoma held primaries today. You have to be registered either D or R to vote. The primaries are voted by party affiliation. Well, I am registered R so I run right up to my precinct and vote. I voted for only 1 incumbent. 85-87% of the people voted for the incumbents. It makes me sick, sick, sick.
We had 2 really great candidates that did so poorly. Randy and Dax, you did get my vote!
I'll be voting for all the Indies on the ballot if I am still in Oklahoma in November.
(one small bright point is that we do have to show ID in Oklahoma.)

22 votes

Liberty Rising: Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin Signs Bill Repealing Common Core

Liberty Rising: Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin Signs Bill Repealing Common Core

by WATCHDOG | BIZPAC REVIEW | JUNE 6, 2014

Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin on Thursday repealed the state’s controversial Common Core curriculum.

The “federal overreach tainted a Common Core program created with well-intentioned goals,” Fallin said. “President Obama and Washington bureaucrats have usurped Common Core in an attempt to influence state education standards.”

8 votes

Have Fun, Make Friends, Learn Liberty. We can't lose.

I'm running a grassroots campaign for Governor of Oklahoma. I made this video to encourage the people supporting my campaign to keep at it, because it is worth it even if all we accomplish is having fun, making friends, and learning more about Liberty! We're changing the paradigm of our friends and neighbors!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3BksSab0wQ&feature=youtu.be

Campaign Page: http://www.dax4ok.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DaxEwbank

18 votes

Oklahoma Initiative Would Make Pot a Legal, Exportable Cash Crop

Marijuana reform advocates hope Oklahoma will live up to its nickname – the Sooner State – by becoming the first U.S. jurisdiction to both legalize cannabis for personal use and allow it to exported as a cash crop.

In the best-case scenario for pro-pot campaigners, there will be two initiatives on the November ballot: One that would allow medical marijuana and another more far-reaching initiative that would comprehensively dismantle status quo pot policies.

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36 votes

DP'er and Ron Paul Parking Lot Delegate from Oklahoma runs for Governor

I thought I'd share my gubernatorial run with the Daily Paul:

Liberty activist and former Christian pastor Dax Ewbank, 38, has announced he will challenge Mary Fallin in the Republican primary for the office of Governor. Ewbank was born and raised in Oklahoma and is a lifelong Republican. Ewbank and his wife Julie currently reside in Guthrie along with their 7 children, ages 2 – 16.

25 votes

40 Oklahoma Sheriffs Asked To Disarm – They Leave Instead

Gun-grabbing fever has finally reached the conservative stronghold of Oklahoma.

An annual meet-and-greet at the Oklahoma State Capitol in Oklahoma City turned sour when an anonymous senator demanded that the 40 sheriffs in attendance remove their firearms.

But rather than disarm, the sheriffs voluntarily walked out.

When given the choice, Wagoner County Sheriff Bob Colbert said, “We all packed up and left.”

“One of the senators, who they wouldn’t tell us, complained because we were armed in the building,” Colbert added. “Everybody in that building knew who we were.”

12 votes

OK: Installing your own solar panels? That's gonna cost you.

Oklahoma residents who produce their own energy through solar panels or small wind turbines on their property will now be charged an additional fee, the result of a new bill passed by the state legislature and expected to be signed into law by Gov. Mary Fallin (R).

On Monday, S.B. 1456 passed the state House 83-5 after no debate. The measure creates a new class of customers: those who install distributed power generation systems like solar panels or small wind turbines on their property and sell the excess energy back to the grid. While those with systems already installed won’t be affected, the new class of customers will now be charged a monthly fee — a shift that happened quickly and caught many in the state off guard.

2 votes

Oklahoma Politics Snarl Push for Tornado Shelters at Schools

It’s tornado season again in Oklahoma. The ominous clouds and warm air one day last week reminded Danni Legg of the afternoon last May when a twister laid waste to the city of Moore and killed her 9-year-old son.

“Your heart drops,” she said.

Legg and the families of six other children killed at Plaza Towers Elementary School in Moore helped gather more than 100,000 signatures last year for a ballot initiative to equip the state’s 1,800 public school buildings with storm shelters.

3 votes

RECORD Quake Activity ROCKS Oklahoma

RECORD Quake Activity ROCKS Oklahoma

By Carey Gillam
Reuters By Carey Gillam
6 hours ago

(Reuters) - Earthquakes rattled residents in Oklahoma on Saturday, the latest in a series that have put the state on track for record quake activity this year, which some seismologists say may be tied to oil and gas exploration.

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