Not all have been accounted for yet from what I can find. OMG this hits close to home for me. Praying for Oklahoma!!
"Mom, They Did Bad Things To Me" - Insider at OKC Airport Shares Shocking Info on Alleged TSA AbusesSubmitted by emalvini on Fri, 05/17/2013 - 12:11
"Mom, They Did Bad Things To Me" - Insider at OKC Airport Shares Shocking Info on Alleged TSA Abuses
By Andrew W. Griffin
Red Dirt Report, editor
Posted: May 16, 2013
OKLAHOMA CITY – While the IRS is getting a lot of bad publicity these days in light of their overt abuses of power and tyrannical behavior, another government agency just as loathed among many Americans is the blue-shirted TSA.
This is DEFINITELY worth a watch!! Peace!
One of the best fellows you'll ever meet is being pushed around by his local city code department in a small town in Oklahoma. City says the man has too much stuff in his yard.
Landowner bought the land years ago and built the house by his own hands. At that time his land was in the country and only later did the city annex his land into the local city limits. Landowner is now 72 and retired from the oil field business.
"Undercover employees would meet with bookie suspects at Oklahoma bingo halls, a doughnut shop, parking lots and restaurants to pay up or get paid, the records show": http://libertyfirewall.com/2013/05/05/undercover-fbi-agents-...
Whenever a gunman takes advantage of people who have been disarmed by obedience to draconian laws, the story is taken, twisted and used to promote the continued erosion of the very freedoms that would have stopped the horrific event in the first place. There are endless memorials to remind us of the event, and the tragedy of it continues to haunt us for years to come.
We've all heard the stories of overreaching government, police abuse and federal raids on peaceful, voluntary transactions. Up until yesterday I had not personally experienced it.
Sam and Yvonne have been dear friends of our family for several years now. Four years ago Yvonne was diagnosed with stage 3 melanoma and given 6 months to live. Her doctor recommended a treatment of chemotherapy and didn't offer a good prognosis, neither in how she would feel during the course of the treatment, nor in the ultimate effectiveness of the treatment to cure the disease. Through prayer and careful consideration, Yvonne opted to decline this path of treatment and decided to pursue natural alternatives that would at least help her live out what seemed to be the last days of her life without the ill effects of chemotherapy. Homeschooling three children was already a tiring job, but complicating that with the side effects of toxic cancer treatment was not something Yvonne was willing to do. To the best of her ability she has educated herself on diet, essential oils, and other natural ways to help her body heal. The results have shocked her oncologist, and she has vibrantly outlasted her predicted 6 month death sentence. Although her progress has been steady, recently she has had some setbacks that are once again threatening her life.
Tumors began to once again develop that were noticeable under her arm. She began feeling weak and experienced several other problems. She began looking towards natural solutions such as the Gerson Therapy and other treatments with injected vitamins. After what she would describe as some divine coincidences, she chose to explore a natural cancer treatment center just a few hours away in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Camelot Cancer Care. Camelot offered an injection of a solution of DMSO, Laetrile, and Vitamin C. They advertised this clearly on their website and also explained it clearly in their treatment plan that they discussed with Yvonne. After much research and prayer Yvonne and Sam decided that this was the course of treatment they would like to take.
I'm covering the 2013 Oklahoma State GOP Convention, please check my website for live updates, photos, and all the controversial action you can shake a stick at!
Also tweeting and re-tweeting from the delegate floor.
The former state coordinator for the 2012 Ron Paul presidential campaign has been charged today with blackmail over an email he sent to Oklahoma State Senator Cliff Branan. This must have been some email, because it has resulted in a felony charge against him.
Oklahoma residents might soon be able to direct a portion of their state income tax refunds to defend its laws against federal constitutional challenges, an ironic and unintended consequence of a lawmaker's tongue-in-cheek skewering of the cost of such court fights.
Rep. Joe Dorman, a Democrat from Rush Springs, said he had grown tired of seeing Oklahoma spending millions of dollars defending its proposed laws in the courts, and suggested a tax form "check-off" as a way to draw voters' attention to the costs of legal action.
You can't rid yourself of an illegitimate authority by rebelling against it. By its very nature a rebellion implies the recognition of and validates the legitimacy of the authority being rebelled against. This validation negates the moral premise of the rebellion: that the authority is illegitimate. For this reason rebellion serves to strengthen the establishment of the authority, not weaken it, even if it is illegitimate.
If the authority is truly illegitimate, then there must be a moral contradiction within its claim to power. Once this is discovered, understood, and communicated, the authority will naturally lose power through obsolescence. If there is no moral contradiction to the authority's claim to power, then it ought to be obeyed, as rebellion would be immoral.
If you understand that all of the countries that we are currently aggressing against are countries that have refused to integrate their central banks into the global banking system, and if you understand the significance of bitcoin as a concept, and the significance of our ability to communicate with each other via the internet, then you can clearly come to a few conclusions.
The largest recorded earthquake in Oklahoma history was likely triggered by the injection of wastewater from oil production into wells deep beneath the earth, according to a study published Tuesday in the scientific journal Geology.
The magnitude 5.7 earthquake, which struck in 2011 near Prague in central Oklahoma, is the largest and most recent of a number of quakes scientists have tied to wastewater injection from oil and natural gas production, raising new concerns about the practice.
Last year brought us more controversial state conventions and shook the party on a nationwide scale. And here we go again! Two of Oklahoma's largest counties held conventions today, Oklahoma and Tulsa.
The 2013 Oklahoma County GOP Convention was not without friction, as passionate supporters vied for positions and platform resolutions. Here's my report on what happened today:
I'm not impressed with Dr Carson. If he is as intelligent as he is being made out to be, then he is purposely distracting us from the main issues at the root of our problems, like the fed. He never mentioned the fed, even in theory, instead he's pushing a fair tax and he talks big military. He's invoking God, not to highlight his position's congruence with scripture, but instead simply to achieve emotional bias which helps to place his presentation beyond the rational part of the audiences mind so they don't think critically about his message.