Sample Ballot & My Voting Recommendations – Oklahoma Republican Primary Run-off August 28th

Here is a sample ballot for Washington County SD11:If you are in another area here is an online voter tool to see yours (you will have to provide your name and birthdate).

Since several of you have asked me for my voting recommendations, here they are after much prayer and research and observing most of them in action (many for years).  My hope is that you will do your own research.  I will leave comments open on this post so that you can tell me your thoughts as well.  Note:  Bold is a strong endorsement.

Governor – Kevin Stitt

Lt. Governor – no preference

State Auditor – Cindy Byrd

Attorney General – no preference (edited 8/18/18 sc)

Superintendent of Public Instruction – Linda Murphy

Commissioner of Labor – Cathy Costello

Corporation Commissioner – Bob Anthony

US Representative CD01 – Kevin Hern

Praying for all of the above (and their opponents),
Sandra Crosnoe for FGST

PS If I lived in HD10:
State Representative District 10 – Travis Dunlap

Finding Gems & Sharing Them – Sample Ballot & My Voting Recommendations – Oklahoma Republican Run-off August 28th

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My Voting Recommendations – Oklahoma Republican Primary June 26th

Early voting has already begun. Here are dates and times for voting.

If you need a sample ballot for Washington County SD11, here is a copy.  If you are in another area here is an online voter tool to see yours (you will have to provide your name and birthdate).

Since several of you have asked me for my voting recommendations, here they are after much prayer and research and observing most of them in action (many for years).  My hope is that you will do your own research.  I will leave comments open on this post so that you can tell me your thoughts as well.  Note:  Bold is a strong endorsement.

Governor – Dan Fisher

Lt. Governor – Dominque Damon Block

State Auditor – Cindy Byrd

Attorney General – Gentner Drummond

Superintendent of Public Instruction – Linda Murphy

Commissioner of Labor – Cathy Costello

Insurance Commissioner – Donald Chasteen

Corporation Commissioner – Bob Anthony

US Representative CD01 – Nathan Dahm

State Representative District 11 – Derrel Fincher

District Judge District 11, Office 1 – Curtis L DeLapp

State Question 788 (initiative for medical marijuana) – YES

Praying for all of the above (and their opponents),
Sandra Crosnoe for FGST

PS If I lived in HD10:
State Representative District 10 – Travis Dunlap

Finding Gems & Sharing Them – My Voting Recommendations – Oklahoma Republican Primary June 26th

Dan Fisher wants to End Abortion in Oklahoma — Speaking in Bartlesville on March 11th


It’s confirmed Dan Fisher will be coming to Bartlesville on March 11th. He will be preaching at Calvary Chapel Bartlesville at 10:30AM with a day full of events to follow. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to hear Dan speak and rally to the cause. This is no time to grow faint. We have 20 weeks until the election, there is still time for the bride of Christ to stop abortion and participate in this move of God. Please share with all your friends and family, engage your neighbors, gather all the volunteers you can and meet at Calvary Chapel Sunday morning March 11th at 10:30am.

Calvary Chapel  on March 11th at 10:30 AM
1607 Swan Drive Bartlesville OK 74006

Facebook groups that may be of interest:

Dan Fisher for Governor

Dan Fisher for Governor – Washington & Nowata County

Washington County  – OKGrassroots

Finding Gems & Sharing Them – Dan Fisher wants to End Abortion in Oklahoma — Speaking in Bartlesville on March 11th

Press Conference for Nathan Dahm – Announcement May 5th

 

Press conference: Nathan Dahm will be announcing his candidacy for Congress CD01 at the Main Street Pavilion at 8 am in Broken Arrow (Tulsa area) on May 5th. Be there early!

Rose District Pavillion 418 S Main St, Broken Arrow, OK 74012

Finding Gems & Sharing Them – Press Conference for Nathan Dahm – Announcement May 5th

Will Grigg Was a Mighty Voice for Justice and Liberty — We Will All Miss Him!

William Norman Grigg died this afternoon. He was a journalist, broadcaster, editor, musician, father, husband, and self-described Christian Individualist. He was also my hero.

Will’s main beat was stories about individual victims of the state: particularly Americans who have been unjustly imprisoned or wrongfully assaulted by government officers. His research for each article was exhaustive. From his home in Idaho, he traveled all around the northwest to get the story in person. He would get to know each subject personally, and seek face-to-face interviews with their powerful persecutors. His tireless work has saved several innocent lives from being slowly drained away in prison. He wrote so many pieces about Christopher Tapp, a man who has spent two decades in prison for a murder he did not commit, that the Libertarian Institute, where he was managing editor, will publish a whole book collecting them.

Continue reading via FEE – Will Grigg Was a Mighty Voice for Justice and Liberty

Article written by Dan Sanchez who is Managing Editor of FEE.org. His writings are collected at DanSanchez.me. (Article dated April 12, 2017)

[Editor’s note: Will Grigg stood in the gap for all of us for many years. He will be greatly missed. My personal condolences to his family./sc]

Will Grigg’s Liberty Minutes

Summary via R3publican

President Trump on Budget & Spending Cuts along with the Mulvaney Appointment – a real win for the Taxpayer!

Trump says a lot in a few words  “We must do a lot more with less”  Hiring freezes are already in place and he is working on a cabinet that knows how to manage wisely.  All this bodes well for the overworked American taxpayer.

Congratulations to Mick Mulvaney — here’s the backstory and some insight into how good he is as an appointment —

“Part of the job is saying ‘no,'” Mulvaney told The Post and Courier on Friday, less than 24 hours after being sworn in as the new Director of the Office of Management and Budget.

Read more here:  http://www.postandcourier.com/news/mick-mulvaney-says-he-s-about-to-become-the-most/article_4c41fbb0-f560-11e6-a987-7b7ca7088149.html  It is worth noting that had Rand Paul become President, Mulvaney would have been his selection for this job as well.

trump-on-budget-and-spending-cutsh/t Joshua Lock for the links

Finding Gems & Sharing Them – President Trump on Budget & Spending Cuts along with the Mulvaney Appointment – a real win for the Taxpayer!

We Are Seriously Not Having the Right Conversation! It is the Spending Stupid…

money burning origColor me livid.  We have lost before we even get started if we don’t correct this matter.  

Let me see if I can show you  how this game actually works.

Case 1:  I say lets cut taxes 20%  and you come back with how about 10% and we settle on 15%.  You think you won because we cut taxes a little.  Spending wasn’t reduced one iota in this scenario!  The revenue will have to be raised somehow by this generation or the next.

Amount saved 0%

Case 2:  What if the opening gambit had been let’s cut spending 20% and you come back with how about 10% and we settle on 15%.  In this scenario we both won and spending was actually reduced a little right here and now.

Amount saved 15%

Do you see the difference?  Please think about it.  Shift the conversation.  Talking about taxes is a trap and you loose no matter what the compromise position is.  Here’s a sample letter if it helps you get started:

Dear Representative,

I don’t want to hear another word about taxes.

Not one single solitary word.

Don’t even think about raising them – not on me and not on my neighbors either!

Don’t come to any of us asking for more money.  We are united on this matter.

You already have plenty.

You simply have not learned to prioritize correctly.

It is really pretty easy.

Do not spend more money than you have.  Do not ask me for more.

Let’s see how much government we can cut before anyone (not on the payroll actually misses any of it).

Thank you for getting our spending priorities in order and balancing our budget.  It is after all what we elected you to do.

Sincerely,

A Taxpayer

 

For Reference:

By the numbers: Winners and losers of Oklahoma’s proposed budget

Finding Gems & Sharing Them – We Are Seriously Not Having the Right Conversation! It is the Spending Stupid

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