Ending the Holocaust in Oklahoma – be present at the State Capitol Feb 11th and take a stand!

Be present at the State Capitol Feb 11th and take a stand!

By Kenny Bob Tapp

Since the 1973 Roe vs. Wade Supreme Court opinion 47 years ago today, well over 60 million unborn children across the country have been murdered. The vile court opinion of ’73 has been misconstrued as the “law of the land” apparently intentionally by the federal and state governments. Our founding fathers understood (as is emphasized in the Declaration of Independence) that governments are instituted among men to defend Life and Liberty which are granted to us by our loving Creator. The possibility of the Federal government even acting upon the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution to defend the unborn from being deprived of Life is very remote. With that said, the states (including Oklahoma) can and must stand up for the most defenseless among us; recognizing the unalienable right to life from the moment of conception to natural death through love and protection of the law.

All who cherish Liberty and the principles laid out in the Declaration of Independence and Christian Believers should attend the Abolition Day Rally February 11th in Oklahoma City at the State Capitol Building from 10am-12pm. Believers and Liberty proponents will rally from across the country and state demanding the Oklahoma State Legislature and Governor pass SB 13 (The Oklahoma Abolition of Abortion Act) which upon passage will immediately criminalize abortion as murder, ending Oklahoma’s mass Holocaust.

A thought from Thomas Jefferson: “God who gave us life, gave us liberty. Can the liberties of a nation be secure when we have removed a conviction that these liberties are the gift of God? Indeed I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just, that His Justice cannot sleep forever.”

Reprinted in its entirety with permission from Tapp into Common Sense blog here: https://kennybobtapp.wordpress.com/2020/01/22/oklahomas-holocaust-continues-after-47-years/

Here is a video update from Kenny Bob Tapp for more information on this important topic.

OK2A – Events in OKC and Lawton Areas coming soon…

OK2A Meeting in OKC March 19th

The Oklahoma Second Amendment Association will meet at 6:30 pm on Tuesday, March 19 in OKC at H&H Shooting Sports, 400 S. Vermont Ave, Ste. 110, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73108. (I-40 & Meridian)

Don Spencer, President of OK2A, will be hosting this meeting.
Don will be giving an update on the current status of bills in the Oklahoma State legislature. There’s a lot going on regarding gun bills at the Capitol, so make plans to attend.

YOU DO NOT WANT TO MISS THIS MEETING!

OK2A Meeting in Lawton March 18th

The Oklahoma Second Amendment Association will be meeting on Monday, March 18 at 6:00 pm at Billy Sims BBQ, 4404 NW Cache Rd., Lawton, OK. 

Join fellow 2A supporters along with OK2A Lawton coordinator, Larry Cotton, for an evening of information and discussion regarding your 2nd Amendment rights and liberties.

38 bills have been introduced into the Oklahoma legislature at the request of OK2A. Support these bills to help them become law, also.

Lawton meetings are on the 3rd Monday of each month at Billy Sims BBQ. Non-members are welcome to attend. Come early and grab a bite to eat and meet / visit with like-minded 2A supporters.

Constitutional Carry is LAW in the Great State of Oklahoma, effective November 1, 2019!

For more info via OK2A >>>

Finding Gems & Sharing Them – OK2A – Events in OKC and Lawton Areas

Sample Ballot for Washington County OK – General Election 2018 – Vote Nov 6th

Early voting dates here.

If you need a sample ballot for Washington County, here is a copy (in pdf downloadable format):

SampleBallot – GENERAL ELECTION November 06 2018 for WASHINGTON COUNTY – OK

If you are in another area here is an online voter tool to see yours (you will have to provide your name and birthdate).

As you can see the graphics are too small to see well here so you will need to download the pdf file to study closely.  In general, I plan to vote Republican, but cannot in good conscience vote for Leslie Osborne, Joy Hoffmeister, or Glen Mulready.  I don’t support people who vote to raise taxes and fail to work to live within our/their means.  I will leave these places blank and hope the Republicans nominate better people in the future.  I don’t see the Democrats doing any better (sadly) and can find no information on the Independents on the ballot.

Judicial Retention

I plan at this point to vote No on all the judicial retentions for their failure to stand for life and their support of fees / taxes on the people.  See this article on topic.

State Questions

I will also be voting to turn down all the state questions on this ballot.  I considered writing a detail explanation on all of them.  However, you need to study them on your own and make your own decisions.  Here is a brief summary of why I am a NO on each one:

SQ793 (eye care in retail mercantile establishment) seems to rather obscurely include more licensing/requirements and was the only one I briefly considered voting for since in one respect it seems to “open up” new markets, but at the same time it adds constraints on the market that I would rather not see. [More info on this one here via Batesline taking no side on the question]

SQ794 (also known as Marsy’s law) this question on the surface might sound good to you however, it was proposed by a fellow in California (enough said?) and looks to me like it will add judicial overhead to do something already being done well.  The most egregious line in the whole thing says “Victims would no longer have a constitutional right to know the defendant’s location…” [More info on this one here via Batesline taking a pro side on the question]

SQ798 (Governor and Lt Gov combined ballot) consolidation of power is NEVER a good idea.

SQ800 (creating a new trust fund) NOT ANOTHER ONE

SQ801 (expanding permissible use of ad valorem tax revenue) since they are already misspending what they have, I certainly wouldn’t give them more ways to misspend what they have so we the taxpayers can continue to bail them out.

Bartlesville City Council

I don’t know the candidates in Ward 2.

If I lived in Ward 4, I’d be pleased to vote for Joel Rabin.  He is consistently bringing to light issues of importance to the whole community and standing up for the rights of the people in Ward 4 specifically and Bartlesville in general.  We need more men and women of courage like Joel on our city council.  He has the ability, the insight, and the temperament to stand against all odds as is needed in this city at this time.

Posted with prayers for all the candidates and all the voters.  

May we see things the way He sees things and love our neighbors even as we vote!

Finding Gems & Sharing Them – Sample Ballot for Washington County OK – General Election 2018

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

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

My Sample Ballot in Washington County Oklahoma for the Primary Election on June 26 2018

 

Sample Ballot for Washington County – Part 1 (downloadable pdf file)

 

 

Sample Ballot for Washington County – Part 2 (downloadable pdf file)

This is my sample ballot for primary election ballot for Washington County (HD11)

Primary Election to be held on June 26, 2018 in Oklahoma

Here is an online tool from the Oklahoma State Election Board so that you can get your personal sample ballot which may differ depending on where you live.  It is also always available as a top tab item on OKGrassroots.com

You will need to plug in some personal information to be able to locate your personal sample ballot online.  You had to be registered by June 1st in order to vote in this election.  I am registered as a Republican so this information will be different for you if you are registered in one of the other parties.  I will be providing some personal endorsements over the next couple of weeks.  Stay tuned!

Updated June 23, 2018: My Voting Recommendations are here now.

OK2A March Meeting with Senator Nathan Dahm on March 22 at Heartland Church in Tulsa

This just in via email from Wayne Hill:

 Here is the notice for our March meeting this Thursday evening (March 22) at 6:30.  Our quest speakers will be State Senator Nathan Dahm who is a US Congressional Candidate for the 1st District.  Senator Dahm is a strong supporter of Liberty and the 2nd Amendment.  He is the author and sponsor of many of our bills.  Please come and show your support for our friend Senator Natham Dahm.  We will also have a legislative update.

Please invite your friends and relatives.

In Liberty,

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