Tonight on AxXiom for Liberty 6-8pm CST with Kaye Beach axxiomand Howard Houchen we will get some news we can use!
Meredith Dake reports about the lawsuit aimed at Andrew Breitbart and Larry O’Connor the head of Breitbart.tv. Papers were served these gentlemen at CPAC. Meridith Dake was there and she will give us the rest of the story.
Meredith writes-I am a contributor at Andrew Breitbart’s Big Journalism and Big Hollywood and know Andrew personally. I have a close association with the other defendant in this lawsuit, Larry O’Connor. I am the producer/co-host for his nightly internet radio show.
This email (or post) and all the information it contains have been obtained organically through my own investigation and research across the internet, including the “Bigs” sites. I am the original and only author of this email (or post). No one, including Andrew, Larry, or anyone associated with Breitbart.com contributed or has knowledge that I’m even writing this. This is all my own doing. Why? Because when I saw this bully tactic in the form of a lawsuit I became incensed. This story infuriates me and I’m going to do my very best to respond.
See Meredith’s Blog for this and more “Pointed Observations from the Right” at www.meredithdake.com
New Media Entrepreneur declares that his voice will not be suppressed.
Andrew Breitbart and the head of Breitbart.tv sued by Pigford claimant.
Los Angeles, CA, February 12, 2011 – Breitbart.com LLC announced today that its Chairman and CEO Andrew Breitbart and the head of Breitbart.tv, Larry O’Connor, have been sued in the Superior Court of the District of Columbia by a central figure in the Pigford “back-door” reparations case. The Pigford case involves over $2.5 billion in US taxpayer money and constitutes one of the biggest cases of corruption
and politically-motivated fraud in the history of the United States. Mr. Breitbart and Breitbart.tv have been investigating and reporting on the Pigford case since late summer 2010.
States Consider Allowing Guns on Campus
Published February 23, 2011
Students and professors at Texas public universities may soon be able to carry guns on campus, according to a recent measure in the state’s House of Representatives. More than half of its members have signed on as co-authors of the measure, and the Senate passed a similar bill in 2009.
Eight other states including Arizona, Tennessee, Michigan, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Florida, Nebraska and Mississippi have pending “campus carry” legislation underway as well, according to David Burnett, director of public relations for Students for Concealed Carry on Campus.
Adrienne O’Reilly, the Oklahoma Director of Students for Concealed Carry on Campus joins us tonight and explains why she is advocating for four bills filed in the Oklahoma state legislature that will allow concealed carry by licensed individuals on college campuses. Adrienne says that these bills are in danger of dying without ever being heard. We will get an update on these bills from Adrienne and find out what we can do to help bring concealed carry to Oklahoma college campuses.
A list of common objections to concealed carry on campus and the answers to the objections can be found here
OK2A –Oklahoma Second Amendment Association
Then Tim Gillespie, Director of the Oklahoma Second Amendment Association will be updating us on the progress of Oklahoma’s open carry bills and other pro-Second Amendment bill in general.
Oklahoma 2011 Second Amendment Bills
HB1463 – College Carry allowed
HB1547 – Removes Sherriff’s fees for fingerprints and passport photos
HB1553 – Removes gov’t buildings, gov’t meetings, professional sporting events, pari-mutuel wagering from prohibited places.
HB1652 – Removes Technology Center as prohibited place
HB1913 – Changes Misdemeanor drug conviction from permanent to temporary preclusion for handgun license (10 year)
HB1400 – Open carry without license
On Feb 22, 2011 Ok2A writes:
On Monday, OK2A, along with almost 20 other conservative grassroots groups, began circulating a discharge petition at the Capitol. House rules allow for discharge petitions as a means to get a bill brought out of a committee for a vote on the floor if 68 Representatives sign.
We will find out about more about this grassroots effort to advance the bill to committee in order to get a fair hearing.