March 15, 2013
AxXiom For Liberty with Kaye Beach and Howard Houchen
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First, our apologies for not having very many live shows for you over the past few weeks. Between travels, being the high season for our legislative advocacy work (and THE FLU!) we have been out of pocket more that we would have preferred. Tonight we will do some catching up.
The Oklahoma legislature hit an important deadline this week to hear bills from their House of Orgin. What that means is that bills not heard by March 14th would be effectively dead for this session. This was a week of long nights for House members and handwringing for grassroots activists.
We will cover some of the wins and losses for Oklahoma grassroots activists but first, we will speak with Evan Handy.
Evan is an Oklahoma Republican activist currently working for a new group known as the Secure Oklahoma Coalition. Secure Oklahoma is a grassroots coalition of taxpayers, small business owners, public employees and concerned Oklahomans committed to securing the state’s financial future through Oklahoma Public Employee Pension Reform.
Then, joining us to discuss the bills that lived or died is Jenni White, Executive Director of Restore Oklahoma Public Education (ROPE) and Mark Kreslins, Director of Oklahoma Liberty.
After that, we will share with you the news on HB1476 which would allow for a religious exemption from mandatory biometric enrollment via our state driver’s licenses and ID cards and hear from Rep. Ken Walker (Republican, D-70) who is the House author on the bill.
Be sure to check back at this post later tonight for any additional show notes on these issues!
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Tulsa 9.12 will host a symposium on “Understanding Agenda 21.”
Rosa Koire, author of “Behind the Green Mask” and founding member of Democrats Against Agenda 21, will be one of our many speakers. If you would like to learn more about Agenda 21 and how it affects you, please plan on joining us.
Nathan Dahm – Oklahoma State Senator, District 33
Sally Kern – OK State Representative
Friday, April 5
Introduction and remarks from Symposium Speakers
Saturday, April 6
9am – 4pm Conference
Online Registration at Tulsa912Project.com MUST Register by April 1
Please share this event with your friends and family.
April 5&6, 2013
Tulsa Marriott Southern Hills 1902 E 71st St PHONE-918-493-7000
** Special room rates for out of town guests $92/night (reg $128) Mention “Tulsa 9.12 Agenda 21 Conference” to receive discount.
Local Groups to Hold Pro Liberty Rally
March 14, 2013
Durant, Ok – The Bryan County Republicans & Conservatives Club & Guns Across America Bryan County Oklahoma announced today that they will be celebrating our Constitutional Right to freespeech by holding a Pro Liberty Rally Saturday, March 30, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. at the Historical Market Square in downtown Durant, Oklahoma. Guest speaker will be the honorable Oklahoma State Senator Nathan Dahm, author of three separate bills asserting the 2nd Amendment Right to Keep and Bear Arms. Particularly of note is Dahm’s Oklahoma State Senate Bill S.B. 548, which is an assertion of the 10th Amendments State Rights stating that Oklahoma would protect our right to keep and bear arms by “opposing all unconstitutiona l laws, orders, or regulations imposed by the federal government that violate” those rights.
Local Liberty and Grassroots activist, radio host, and author Howard Houchen will also be a speaker.
Past rallies have included speeches from Rep. Dustin Roberts, State Senator Josh Brecheen, and City Council Candidate Stewart Hoffman who pledged to work with our State Representatives in their efforts to attract gun manufacturers and high paying jobs to our community as part of our support for our freedoms. Local Pastors and Community Members have also taken the stage to comment on the importance of exercising our First Amendment rights to protect our 2nd Amendment rights and more in this time of unprecedented government growth.
Various other state and local leaders are also expected to speak about our rights granted us by the U.S. Constitution’s Bill of Rights. The Bill of Rights is the collective name for the first ten amendments to the Constitution, designed to protect the rights of liberty and property, and guarantee a number of personal freedoms, limit the government’s, and reserve some powers to the states and public, including the right to free speech, the right to keep and bear arms, unreasonable search and seizure, fair trial by jury, civil rights and much more.
We will also be celebrating our right to vote by serving free hotdogs to attendees who vote early in the April 2nd local city council election in Durant. Free transportation will be provided to the polls that day until 1:00 pm, and voter registration tables will be available for those who wish to vote in future elections. Early voting is available Friday (March 29, 8a-6p), Sat (March 30, 8a-1p) , and Monday (April 1, 8a-6p), before elections at the Bryan County Election Board at 217 N 16th Ave in Durant.
At the rally, show us your “I voted” sticker and enjoy free charbroiled hotdogs and all the trimmings, on us!
The Bryan County Republican and Conservatives Club is a Conservative group of citizens that are concerned about the future of our great Nation. Guns Across America is a nationwide network of gun owners and proponents of gun ownership, who have coalesced to protect our God given rights to keep and bear arms.
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