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Liberty is the Issue – Dax Ewbank for Governor of Oklahoma – Vote Tuesday June 24th!

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Liberty is the Issue.

It is really that simple. We need a Governor that will govern the government, so that it will LEAVE YOU ALONE! Somehow that role has been reversed and governors and governments are micro-managing peaceful people as if they have forgotten where their authority came from in the first place!

A Dax Ewbank administration would be run by two simple principles:

Do everything you have agreed to do.

Do not encroach on other people or their property.

These principles apply to all people and to governments as well. If a law cannot find its basis in them, then it is probably immoral and should be repealed. This is the government of our Republic, where the rights of the individual are protected against attacks from the majority and from the state.

Putting things back on the right track will not be easy, but there is no better time than now to get started.

Taxes: Abolish the state income tax and follow the lead of other states that operate without one by employing solutions for funding government that do not place an overbearing burden upon the people.

Healthcare: Repeal Obamacare and utilize resources that we have right here in Oklahoma to restore free market principles to our healthcare systems.

Education: Protect local control of our children and their education and resist state and federal mandates that attempt to override or direct the authority of local school boards and parents. Dax fought alongside many parents, teachers, and concerned citizens in the battle to repeal Common Core while Mary Fallin was for it before she was against it. Oklahomans deserve consistency on this issue. Our schools are not franchises of the federal government; they are institutions of the local community and should reflect community priorities.

State Sovereignty: Federal encroachments are threatening our way of life. Common Core, Obamacare, Agenda 21, and other mandates that are making their way to our state through Federal channels need to be stopped so that the people of Oklahoma can be free to live and govern themselves.

Individual Liberties: Restore and protect individual liberties. From gun liberties to ending the abusive war on drugs, the people of Oklahoma need to be set free from the worry that the state is out to get them. Dax is not running to be the Governor of the people; he is running to be the Governor of the government – to direct it to pursue and administer justice and to leave the people of Oklahoma free to pursue their own happiness.

Vote for Dax Ewbank on Tuesday, June 24th.

 

Visit Dax Ewbank Website http://www.dax4ok.com

Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/DaxEwbank

Posted by Sandra Crosnoe for R3publicans

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Truth Transcends Color with Nathan Dahm and Derrick Wilburn on May 31st in Tulsa Oklahoma

A MESSAGE WE ALL NEED TO HEAR…
SATURDAY, MAY 31

Derrick Wilburn

Derrick is the founder, President and Chairman of the Board of the Rocky Mountain Black Tea Party, Rocky Mountain Black Conservatives and BlackandConservative.com. His organization’s and personal mission are to bridge the gap that has traditionally existed between conservative political causes and parties and the minority communities in the USA. Through local meetings, film and radio programs, on-the-ground efforts, writing and social media his organizations are delivering the message of conservatism to ethnic minorities, AND, the message of the need to reach minorities to conservatives. An accomplished motivational speaker, Derrick has delivers powerful messages to political and community action groups across the nation.

 

Saturday, May 31st at SpiritLife Church, 5345 S Peoria Ave, Tulsa, OK 74105, Derrick Wilburn of American Conservatives of Color and Rocky Mountain Black Conservatives will be discussing with us ways in which we can expand the message of conservatism to minority groups around Tulsa and the entire state of Oklahoma!

We will also have a very special guest speaker, State Senator Nathan Dahm.

Candidates for Office, groups, organizations and businesses are welcome to purchase a display table for $100 here:Truth Transcends Color or by emailing TC Ryan at tc_ryan@yahoo.com.

Admission is FREE!!  RSVP here: Truth Transcends Color

 

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Call her office 405-521-2342 and ask that she sign HB 3399 to Repeal Common Core.
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Oklahoma: Lankford Voting Record is Really Bad – Barely Passing – Not Warranting a Promotion

Don’t get me wrong, I personally like James Lankford.  I suspect he was a very good Christian camp director.  His politics certainly do not match mine nor I dare say any real conservative in the state of Oklahoma.  He doesn’t even get close to articulating a limited government, constitutional philosophy.  So if you were looking for another Dr. No. then I suggest you keep looking.

ConstitutionLet’s take a look at his bad votes over recent years and how he rates with one of the best ‘graders’ in the nation – the JBS.  I love the reports in the New American and the fact that it is online too.  You can review a complete summary of James Lankford’s votes on the Freedom Index.

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Score Breakdown:
60% (113th Congress: 2013-2014); 70% (112th Congress: 2011-2012)
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Let’s list only the ‘bad votes’ and see just how many of the planks of the constitution he managed to shred in his short tenure in the house (my words not those of the New American).
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The votes below are pulled directly from the Freedom Index with a tiny summary of the vote analysis included there.  There is much more there if you want to dig deeper and compare with others too! And again this is just the ‘bad votes’ from that index for Lankford:
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H R 2397: On Agreeing to the Amendment 54 to H R 2397

Military collaboration with the Chinese regime will not diminish the security threat it poses to the United States but, if anything, heighten it.

H R 2397: On Agreeing to the Amendment 64 to H R 2397

Authorizing the president to use military force without a declaration of war is a shifting of responsibility from Congress to the executive branch that essentially allows the president to exercise dictator-like powers and should be opposed.

H R 2397: On Agreeing to the Amendment 70 to H R 2397

Blanket collection of electronic records of citizens who are not under investigation is a violation of the Fourth Amendment’s prohibition on search and seizure without a warrant.

H R 1947: Federal Agriculture Reform and Risk Management Act

These subsidies have resulted in large market distortions as the government essentially picks winners and losers in the food production industry, and the fact that the number of people enrolled in food stamp programs has grown consistently illustrates that these programs do little to lift people out of poverty.

H R 1960: On Agreeing to the Amendment 12 to H R 1960

Under the National Defense Authorization Act, the president may abrogate these rights simply by designating terror suspects, including Americans, as “enemy combatants.” A government that would lock up anyone indefinitely without trial is certainly moving toward tyranny, and legislation to prevent this abuse of power is needed.

H R 624: Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection (CISPA) Act

…the massive sharing of private citizens’ online data by Internet companies with federal government agencies authorized by this bill violates “the right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures” as set forth in the Fourth Amendment of the Constitution.

H R 933: Department of Defense, Military Construction and Veterans Affairs, and Full-Year Continuing Appropriations Act, 2013

… passage of this mammoth continuing resolution provided a way for Congress to perpetuate its fiscally irresponsible, unconstitutional spending habits with a minimum of accountability to its constituents.

H R 325: To ensure the complete and timely payment of the obligations of the United States Government until May 19, 2013, and for other purposes

…the federal government should live within its means and because most of the spending responsible for the ballooning national debt is unconstitutional.

H.J.Res. 117: Continuing Appropriations Resolution, 2013

…passage of this mammoth continuing resolution provided a way for Congress to perpetuate its fiscally irresponsible, unconstitutional spending habits with a minimum of accountability to its constituents.

H.R. 5949: FISA Amendments Act Reauthorization Act of 2012

…because warrantless surveillance is unconstitutional and violates privacy and individual liberty. While ostensibly carried out only on “foreign suspects” communicating with U.S. citizens, it is difficult to imagine this surveillance not extending to U.S. citizens.

H.Amdt. 1414 to H.R. 5856: An amendment to reduce appropriations made in Title IX of the bill by $20,843,869,000. The reduction shall not apply to the following accounts 1) Defense Health Program; 2) Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities, Defense; 3) Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Fund; and 4) Office of the Inspector General.

…the massive expenditure on undeclared foreign wars and nation building is unconstitutional and unaffordable.

On Motion to Suspend the Rules and Pass H.R. 6018: Foreign Relations Authorization Act, Fiscal Year 2013

…U.S. participation in the United Nations involves an unconstitutional delegation of our national sovereignty to the UN.

H.Amdt.1127 to H.R.4310: An amendment numbered 46 printed in House Report 112-485 to strike section 1022 of the FY2012 NDAA and amend Section 1021 of same Act to eliminate indefinite military detention of any person detained under AUMF authority in U.S., territories or possessions by providing immediate transfer to trial and proceedings by a court established under Article III of the Constitution of the United states or by an appropriate State court.

…the War on Terror must not be allowed to destroy constitutional legal protections, including the issuance of a warrant based on probable cause (Fourth Amendment) and the right to a trial (Sixth Amendment).

H.R. 3523: Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA)

…the CISPA bill would permit government access to the private information of citizens, in violation of the Fourth Amendment “right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures.”

H.R. 3521: Expedited Legislative Line-Item Veto and Rescissions Act of 2012

…providing any form of line-item veto power to the President violates the Constitution’s separation of powers.

H.R. 2055: Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2012

…many of the bill’s spending programs — e.g., education, housing, foreign aid, etc. — are unconstitutional. Moreover, passing this mammoth appropriations bill in light of the ongoing trillion-dollar annual deficits is grossly fiscally irresponsible. Furthermore, packaging the appropriations bills for so many large federal agencies into one mega-bill greatly reduces the accountability of the Congressmen to their constituents.

H.R. 3080: United States-Korea Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act

…agreements such as this one are intended to transfer trade (and other) powers to super-national arrangements binding the United States, despite the fact that under the Constitution only Congress has the power “to regulate commerce with foreign nations.”

S. 365: Budget Control Act of 2011

…the debt deal allows both the national debt and spending to continue their upward trajectories. Moreover, the budget process established by the legislation is clearly unconstitutional since no Congress can bind the actions of future Congresses via the so-called automatic cuts.

H.Con.Res. 51: Directing the President, pursuant to section 5(c) of the War Powers Resolution, to remove the United States Armed Forces from Libya

…not merely because Obama’s Libya deployment is now in violation of the War Powers Act’s 60-day requirement for congressional authorization, but also because it violates the Constitution, which clearly assigns to Congress the power “to declare war.”

S. 990: PATRIOT Sunsets Extension Act of 2011

…because the provisions that were extended, as well as the Patriot Act as a whole, violate the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution.

Now lest you are thinking well, that is just the JBS.  They are a little right wing.  Here’s what the Senate Conservative Fund says – oh and the Senate is no bastion of real conservative thought either as you well know.

Oklahoma Representative James Lankford will announce his intentions later Monday afternoon for Senator Tom Coburn’s seat in the U.S. Senate. He’s expected to seek the election but he won’t have a key group supporting him.

The Senate Conservatives Fund (SCF) says Lankford’s voting history will prevent support from them.

“We won’t support Congressman Lankford’s bid for the Senate because of his past votes to increase the debt limit, raise taxes, and fund Obamacare,” said SCF Executive Director Matt Hoskins. “We have reviewed his record and it’s clear that conservatives cannot count on him to fight for their principles.”

The SCF sites a number of Lankford’s voting history that includes raising the debt limit, funding Obamacare, and supporting the Ryan-Murray budget agreement. (article reference here)

So are you beginning to understand why James Lankford should not be promoted?  In fact he should be sent home with a copy of the constitution to read and study a lot more diligently if he ever wants to run for any office in the land in this author’s opinion.  Rhetoric always sounds appealing in campaign season and TV ads always look good, but the proof is in the track record of the actual recorded votes.  There it is folks.  He did it to himself.  Time to send James Lankford back to camp.

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Rock the Vote — B’Ville — Happening May 18th in Sooner Park

Rock the Vote - Sooner Park

Rock the Vote B'ville

 

 

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Sooner Park *

May 18th 2-5PM

Featured Artists:

New Kings
Eric Aubrey
KSON

Featured Speakers:

Randy Brogdon
Dax Ewbank
Randy Barnett

Rock the Vote – B’Ville 2014

This should be a lot of fun and a great family event too! Mark your calendar for Sunday afternoon May 18th at Sooner Park with music and candidates too! ‪#‎R3s‬ ‪#‎4life‬ ‪#‎4liberty‬ #FreeEvent #DonationsAppreciated

* Sooner Park is located on South corner of Madison & Tuxedo — just 1 mile East of Hwy 75 in Bartlesville Oklahoma.

To plug in with the various campaigns:

Randy Barnett for HD10

Randy Brogdon for US Senator

Dax Ewbank for Governor of Oklahoma 

Now this is a flyer I am playing with and it is not endorsed by any candidate so if you like it and can make some version of it work in your area, please feel free to do so.  Candidates do not like to have their campaigns linked and I understand that, but I am only going to hand out so many flyers and to so many people, so mine are going to have my favorites OK?!  Make your own, walk the talk, make friends, and have fun along the way….

Download * Print * Share * Adapt for your area

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