Oklahoma Students for Concealed Carry on Campus

Kaye Beach

Feb 15, 2011

Adrienne O’ Reilly will be our guest on AxXiom For Liberty Live Friday Feb. 25, 2011.

Students for Concealed Carry on Campus is a national, non-partisan, grassroots organization comprising over 42,000 college students, professors, college employees, parents of college students, and concerned citizens who believe that holders of state-issued concealed handgun licenses should be allowed the same measure of personal protection on college campuses that they enjoy virtually everywhere else.

Check out the national website for Students for Concealed Carry on Campus


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Oklahoma Students for Concealed Carry on Campus

From Fox23.com posted on Jan 26, 2011

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — When 19-year-old Oklahoma State University student Adrienne O’Reilly crosses the Stillwater campus late at night, she says she often feels uneasy walking to her car alone in the dark and wishes she could carry a concealed handgun for protection.

O’Reilly may get that opportunity if a bill proposed by state Sen. Steve Russell becomes law.

The Oklahoma City Republican and Iraq War veteran is proposing several bills to expand gun rights in Oklahoma, including a measure to allow any adult to openly carry a firearm and another to permit concealed handguns on college campuses.

“We have these gun-free zone signs on the edge of our campuses, but all they do is prevent legal, law abiding citizens from carrying guns on campus,” O’Reilly said. “Those signs don’t do anything but create a cornucopia of defenseless citizens who become easy targets for these criminals.”

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3 responses to “Oklahoma Students for Concealed Carry on Campus

  1. i just tweeted this posting.

    btw, does anyone here know if oklahoma allows citizens to have dash cams? let me know. i acvited the “notify follow-up comment” so that i can easily track reply. thx

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  3. # Oklahoma video surveillance laws depend largely upon its Security of Communications Act. While the act doesn’t explicitly mention the usage of video surveillance equipment, the law regulates and sets penalties for interception of “oral communications” that are procured through “any electronic, mechanical or other device.” Video surveillance equipment constitutes such a device whenever it has an audio track or allows lipreading of its subjects.
    One-Party Versus Two-Party Consent
    # In public places such as in retail shops and on street corners, video surveillance is legal and commonplace. However, in locations such as private residences or wherever there’s a reasonable expectation of privacy, video surveillance by a third party is prohibited by federal law. On the state level, 38 out of 50 states (including Oklahoma) allow video surveillance if at least one party consents to the recording. However, video footage recorded for “the purpose of committing any criminal act” is prohibited. For example, if you videotaped someone engaged in an embarrassing activity for the purpose of extortion, the recording would be in violation of Oklahoma law. The perpetrator of such an act or similar violations shall be punished by a fine of not less than $5,000, imprisonment up to five years or both.

    Read more: Oklahoma Video Surveillance Laws | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/list_6817146_oklahoma-video-surveillance-laws.html#ixzz1ERYStJKL

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