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SENATE DISTRICT 15 RACE

PART 2

THE DEMOCRAT 

 

The Democratic challenger for the Senate District 15 seat is Mrs. Claudia Griffith,  a newcomer herself to politics but she is no stranger. Her husband sits on the Norman City Council. That raised some red flags immediately. The Norman City Council is quietly implementing the U. N.’s agenda 21 right under the noses of the public with the help of a corrupt GOP candidate for the state legislature Bobby Cleveland.

 

Mrs. Griffith’s web site   gives her work history as nursing and she claims to be an independent thinker.

 

However there is a complete lack of specifics in her proposals on her website. She believes that throwing more money at schools will solve our education problem, when it won’t. What is needed in education is more local control and less state and federal interference in education. She fails to indicate whether or not she supports Obamacare. She also fails to indicate whether or not she supports the size of government.   Sometimes what people don’t say is more important than what they do say.

 

The Oklahoma State AFL-CIO is her largest contributor by far having contributed $5,000.00 to her campaign. We expect unions to contribute to Democrats, so this is no big deal.

 

In her filings with the Oklahoma State Ethics Commission three items that stuck out. The first is

·         Evolve Ok

·          the second is Transform Ok

·          the third is Okie Force

 

The reason these three stuck out is that they all three share the same address. Now this would not be unusual if it was an office building, but it’s not; this is a home in one of the outlying suburbs of Oklahoma City.  All three entities are environmentally oriented organizations. In other words, they support Norman’s Agenda 21 scheme. Why are we not surprised that they support her?  I wonder if Bobby Cleveland has taken their money as well?

 

This is not a candidate that we can support. There is too much Agenda 21 in her platform to do Oklahoma and Oklahoma jobs any good.

 

 

 

 

The Rat, the Democrat and the Republican

By Ms PM

 

This story goes to show that it doesn't matter what party you belong to, the same conclusion is reached...our country is in trouble.

 

Vacationing in California and seeing my old boss and dear friend of 20+ years, we were able to talk about many of the issues facing the nation. This was a new experience for me as we had never gotten into politics. Armed with more knowledge  following the political foolishness over the past few years, our conversations were interesting with surprisingly similar thought processes for the most part.

 

The only news I was able to catch was from local stations. During the two week stay the main topics were mostly about local California stupidity and I began to ask questions to see if my friend knew any of what was really going on. His most disturbing question was, "why haven't I heard about any of this stuff you're talking about in the news?"

 

He is a person that lives on 350 acres of one of the most beautiful secluded hill tops about five miles inland from the coast just south of Half Moon Bay. There is no cell coverage and he gets about eleven TV stations with an antenna, with six that are in English. That perturbs him, my word, not his. Politically correct isn't in his vocabulary. Being a registered Democrat and one that voted for Obama in 08, I could tell that some of what I was saying was disturbing, but, not at all surprising to him. He had no idea about all the executive orders bypassing Congress nor the acquisition of guns and ammo being stockpiled by different entities of the government just to name a couple. The information on the NDAA left him speechless.

 

This man has qualities that most others have discarded. His loyalty to people and friends would warm any heart. He's around 70 years old and a Vietnam Vet. He learned a long time ago that fighting in that war wasn't patriotic when he came back home. Being one of principle, he has become bitter towards our government because of all the lies told to him and others and absolutely does not trust those in charge. He has chosen not to follow what is going on because he gets too mad and doesn't believe there is anything he can do to change any of it. Both Obama and Romney scare the hell out of him. He doesn't believe either will keep their promises and follow what the Founders set up for America. The sadness I saw in his tired face broke my heart. I saw clearly what a tyrannical government does to its people. And now,  his only choice as he sees it, is to live in an area he loves, eke out a living to pay his rent and enjoy the hilltop with some semblance of peace.

 

By now you're probably wondering how the rat fits into this. Well...he has an old truck parked that isn't running. I had parked next to it and he said, "I want to show you something." He raised the hood and this huge pack rat was sitting in the well established nest he had built for himself, just looking at us. He had been there a while. Two days later we went into town and there was no washer fluid, odd, it had been filled not long ago.

 

I checked it the next morning and Mr. Rat had chewed the hose to the wiper fluid and what I saw laying on the top of the motor was pretty amazing. There was one of our "Oklahoma Guardian" newspapers. Somehow he had gotten into the truck and swiped a copy to start his nest with under the hood. I took the paper into the house and had told my friend what had happened.

 

Curiosity got the better of him and he read the article I had written on "Fear and Unrest, What Will You Do?" But...he continued to read the entire newspaper. From all of our conversations we had had, after reading the newspaper he understood to a greater depth of what I had talked to him about. It had come clear to him that it didn't matter what party you were registered as, if what both party's are doing is wrong, it's wrong.

 

He understood why we were doing what we do and I understood just how worn out he had become. So...I will continue this fight for America, for him, and all of us. What an exceptional experience....and all because of a lesson from a rat. It doesn't get any better than that! 

 

I gots me a sugar daddy to go with all these kids!

Stuart and the State Chamber Sitting in a Tree,

K-I-S-S-I-N-G. 

First Comes Love, Then Comes Marriage,

Then Comes Stuart With a Baby Carriage…

 

Do kids still use that childhood ditty that our generation used to use on the playground to tease other kids that were smitten?   Yuck, girls had cooties after all!  Or so we thought at that young age, later on we wanted all the cooties we could get.   If kids are still using the chant then it applies quite well to Stuart Jolley the director of Oklahoma’s chapter of Americans For Prosperity (AFP).  This last week found old Stuart (AKA Little Man Viagra spokesperson) slobbering all over the State Chamber  and supporting their judicial evaluation report that is purported to evaluate judges based on their “pro business” positions.

 

Now we aren’t knocking the idea of someone keeping up with these judges and letting the voters know when the law isn’t followed and judges disregard Oklahoma conservative values.  Appellate court judges stand for retention votes every six years and Oklahoma Supreme Court Justices stand for retention at the next statewide election following their initial appointment.  As the sitting judges usually retain their seat by a two to one margin it is entirely appropriate for someone to cast a leery eye on their records, our problem is with the State Chamber being the sole judge, jury, and executioner.

 

So Stuart Jolly, ever the publicity hound, spooned up with the State Chamber in calling out four Justices for being activist judge:  Yvonne Kauger, James Edmondson, Douglas Combs, and Noma Gurich.  Stuart said in an interview that he would be publicizing the judicial rankings to “thousands of its members”.    Right…, I remember back when Stuart was claiming 40,000 member of Oklahoma AFP and we would have to lend him Sooner Tea Party volunteers to staff his table at events.   People’s email address captured by others forwarding their newsletter hardly constitutes “membership in a group.  Hell Stuart, don’t stop there, get a phone book and do some robo calls and claim everyone with a working phone number as a member.

 

Interesting enough, Stuart also claimed in a Capitol Beat story that he was considering whether or not to launch an advertising campaign against the jurists, something that AFP National might be interested in as actually advertising against a candidate violates their 501C 3 status.

 

The problem with AFP endorsing the State Chamber judicial rankings is that the judges are ranked using a narrow set of interests, the big business interests of the State Chamber with zero use of constitutional or civil rights votes.  The only issues covered were employment, medical malpractice, product liability, insurance, other liability issues and workers’ compensation, nothing was considered that covered respect for existing law, freedom, liberty, or justice. 

 

The judges do need reined in, the AT&T v. Oklahoma State Board of Equalization case resulted in a ruling that ruled that “intangible” property could be assessed for purposes of ad valorem taxation, leading to a quick fix at the Capitol that allowed businesses to pay a token tax, but one that required more bookkeeping for businesses and was and is a pain in the Stuart Jolley.  State Question 766 is to address this issue on the November ballot, but allowing the State Chamber even more control over Oklahoman’s affairs is hardly a step forward for conservatives.

Poor Stuart, he reminds me of a blond joke:

Question:   What is the first thing a blond will do in the morning?

Answer:     She walks home…..

 

So once again Stuart Jolley embarrasses Oklahoma values and AFP by supporting the State Chamber instead of the common good.    No doubt someone will catch him trudging North on the Broadway Extension one of these mornings,  pushing his baby carriage full of illegitimate State Chamber offspring, already showing signs of his latest love child that he agreed to carry for the State Chamber.

 

 


Give This Man Some Help

Or Would You Rather See a Liberal Democrat Elected Again?

 

Dave Bell, one of our favorite candidates, is running against former representative Jabar Shumate of North Tulsa.   Shumate is a liberal Democrat, allegedly accused of being a closeted gay man, and is someone that needs sent back to the life he is better suited for.  Dave put out a request for campaign donations last week so his campaign can purchase more signage and flyers for precinct walks.

Last week the Sooner Tea Party reached out to Brian Bingman, the President Pro Tem of the Senate and the one that has access to Senate PAC money.   Bingman’s office did respond and they did talk to Dave Bell on the possibility of considering a PAC donation but the staffer threw up a smokescreen of requirements before the Senate PAC would donate.  Basically if the candidate had the money to jump through all their hoops, he wouldn’t need their donation.  Not good Brian, Dave Bell is a constitutional conservative, not a process that you can size up and categorize.  Last I checked the Senate PAC had over $40,000 sitting in the bank and Dave Bell is one of the handful of contested Senate races in November.

Let’s remind Brian Bingman that their PAC money was given to promote Republican candidates for Senate office.  You can email Brian at bingman@oksenate.gov.

Let’s also dig into our pockets and donate directly to Dave Bell.  I will personally match the first $250.00 in donations to Dave so that your hard earned money is stretched to do more good.  Just reply to this newsletter letting me know how much you donated and I will send a matching amount to Dave Bell.  Any amount will help, from $5.00 to $5,000.00, and donations under $50 won’t become public record if you wish, just make sure that you don’t contribute more than $50 per campaign because then the info becomes public.  If your donation is over $50, include who you work for, your profession, along with your home address.

 

Dave is a hard core constitutional conservative and he will look out for our interests all across the state if we can get him elected.   You can’t push Dave around, he stands for everything that the Republican Party Platform and the Tea Party stands for, and I think you would have to kill him before he would break his word.  You can contact Dave at 918-638-9977 to donate or to volunteer.  Please mail checks to Dave Bell for State Senate, 1312 North Canton, Tulsa Ok, 74115



 

No Where to Hide Indeed

Once again State GOP Chairman Matt Pinnell cast aside decency and common sense with his weekly rant against other politicians.   In his blog “Nowhere to Hide”  Matt takes Obama to task for his record so far, high unemployment, skyrocketing debt, and poor foreign policy.  He reminds us that Obama said in 2008 that if he didn’t turn things around then he would be a one term president.  Fair enough Matt...

 



Pinnell goes on to brag about Romney’s Massachusetts record,  balancing the budget, cutting taxes, reduced spending, and job growth, all with a Democrat controlled legislature.

 

Pinnell doesn’t mention though the decline of Oklahoma’s prosperity during his leadership of the GOP.   Our own unemployment is still fairly high, the Governor that he helped elect and continues to support schemed  to implement Obama Care on Oklahomans, while the Capitol building crumbles around her desk.  Pinnell himself made huge promises in 2010 to win the Oklahoma GOP State Chairman slot yet few of those promises were delivered.  Pinnell sat on his hands and watched the two largest budgets in Oklahoma history get passed at the Capital, saw the Governor that he supported join with the State Chamber of Commerce and RINO Republicans to support a bill that promised prosperity by taxing our way into economic freedom in a 2010  billion dollar state tax increase and Pinnell did this despite having a rock solid majority in the House, Senate, and all of the state agencies.

We can only hope that Republicans in Oklahoma make it to the February Republican precinct meetings, ask to be a delegate, and either remove Pinnell from office or force him to do his job of supporting the Republican Party Platform.

 

Questioning the State Questions?

 

On September 23rd the Sooner Tea Party Newsletter published a list of State Questions that would be on the November ballot and made recommendations on how to vote.   However we had to take a second look at one of those State Questions after new information popped up that made us question if SQ 765 deserved a yes vote.   Sometimes many minds working on a possible corruption case or an attempt to confuse and lead astray conservative voters will benefit finding the truth or will at least drive the cockroaches from the cracks where we can stomp on them.   Below in blue type is the bill summary of every one of the State Questions along with the House voting record where it is warranted.  Sometimes knowing who voted for and against a bill helps to define exactly what the intent of the legislature was.   But skip the blue type if you wish to get to the gist of the matter.

The legislative bill number needs to be linked with the State Question number to avoid confusion:

SQ758 = HJR1002     SQ759 =SJR15     SQ762 = SJR25    SQ764 = HJR1085

SQ765 = HJR1092       SQ766 = SJR52

 

BILL SUMMARY

1st Session of the 53rd Legislature

 

                Bill No.: HJR 1002

                Version:               Senate Amendments

                Request Number:            NA

                Author:                Rep. Dank

                Date:     4/19/2011

                Impact: Change in the Rate of Growth

                                FY-14: $6,558,000

The Tax Commission indicates the rate of potential growth in the revenue to taxing jurisdictions will be restrained. Analysis undertaken by the Commission reveals that forty-two percent (42%) of residential and commercial property parcels may be subject to a full five percent (5.0%) valuation increase at some point in future years. A reduction in the maximum annual rate of assessed valuation increase to three percent (3.0%) will restrain the revenue growth rate approximately $6.56 million in FY-14. The estimate is based on current county databases – the actual effect on revenue growth will be a function of changes in valuation in coming years.

 

The change in growth resulting from a similar cap in agricultural land is not estimated, as the utilization of use value methodology to value property is not expected to exceed the percentage cap.

 

 

Only around $7,000,000 in savings to the tax payer?  Small change, better than a sharp stick in the eye but they could do much better. 

Vote yes on SQ 758 

 

 

BILL SUMMARY

1st Session of the 53rd Legislature

 

                Bill No.: SJR 15

                Version:               Committee Substitute

                Request Number:            1531

                Author:                Sen. Rob Johnson

                Date:     4/26/2011

                Impact: $0

 

 

Fiscal Analysis

 

The CS for SJR 15 ask the voters to approve or reject an amendment that the state shall not grant preferential treatment to any individual or group on certain specified conditions.  This state question will be on the General Election ballot, so it will cost no additional funds to be voted upon.

 

Vote Yes on SQ 759

 

 

 

BILL SUMMARY

1st Session of the 53rd Legislature

 

                Bill No.: SJR25

                Version:               CS

                Request Number:            N/A

                Author:                Representative Faught

                Date:     2/29/2012

                Impact: Estimated Cost Savings – DOC

                                $3.3 Million Annually

 

 

Research Analysis 

 

The CS for Engrossed SJR 25 sends to a vote of the people a proposed amendment to the State Constitution that would give the Pardon and Parole Board the power to grant parole for nonviolent offenses and would require the Board to report annually to the Legislature certain information about all paroles granted.

 

 

Fiscal Analysis

 

The Committee Substitute for Engrossed SJR25 authorizes the Pardon and Parole Board to grant parole to nonviolent offenders.  This action will allow nonviolent parolees to be released earlier than they are currently and save the Department of Corrections (DOC) the cost of housing these offenders while awaiting approval from the Governor.

According to the Pardon & Parole Board, approximately 1,200 non-violent offenders are recommended for parole annually.  The process typically takes about 90 days after the Board recommendation before the offender is released.  SJR25 would shorten that process by approximately 60 days.  With average daily prison costs of $46/day per offender, SJR25 would save approximately $2,760 per offender, or $3.3 million annually.

 

 

 

                         OKLAHOMA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES                     

                              Fifty-Third Legislature                          

                               First Regular Session                           

   

   

    SENATE JOINT RES 25 Constitutional amendment; modifying parole             

    Steele              authority.  Ballot title.  Filing.                     

   

    THIRD READING       PASSED                                                 

   

         YEAS:   86                                                    RCS# 1194

         NAYS:    8                                                    2/29/2012

         EXC :    5                                                      2:25 PM

         C/P :    0                                                            

         VAC :    2                                                             

    YEAS:   86

    Armes              Hall               McPeak             Sanders           

    Banz               Hardin             Moore              Schwartz          

    Blackwell          Hickman            Morrissette        Scott             

    Brown              Hilliard           Mulready           Sears             

    Brumbaugh          Holland            Nelson             Shannon           

    Cannaday           Hoskin             Newell             Shelton           

    Casey              Inman              Nollan             Sherrer           

    Cockroft           Jackson            Ortega             Shoemake          

    Condit             Johnson            Osborn             Shumate           

    Coody              Jordan             Ownbey             Stiles            

    Cooksey            Kern               Peters             Thomsen           

    Cox                Key                Peterson           Tibbs             

    Dank               Kirby              Pittman            Vaughan           

    Denney             Liebmann           Pruett             Virgin            

    Derby              Lockhart           Quinn              Walker            

    DeWitt             Martin, Sc.        Renegar            Watson            

    Dorman             Martin, St.        Richardson         Wesselhoft        

    Enns               McCullough         Roan               Williams          

    Faught             McDaniel, C.       Roberts, D.        Wright            

    Fourkiller         McDaniel, J.       Roberts, S.        Mr.Speaker        

    Glenn              McDaniel, R.       Rousselot         

    Grau               McNiel             Russ               

    NAYS:    8

    Bennett            Hamilton           Proctor            Ritze             

    Christian          Murphey            Reynolds           Terrill           

    EXCUSED:    5

    Billy              Kouplen            Trebilcock         

    Joyner             Morgan            

    CONSTITUTIONAL PRIVILEGE:    0

 Vote No on SQ 762

 

 BILL SUMMARY

2nd Session of the 53rd Legislature

 

                Bill No.: HJR 1085

                Version:               CS

                Request Number:           

                Author:                Richardson

                Date:     3/8/2012

                Impact: Impact only if bonds need to be issued

 

Research Analysis 

 

The committee substitute to HJR 1085 creates a state question to amend the Oklahoma Constitution by creating the Oklahoma Water Resources Board (OWRB) Water Infrastructure Credit Enhancement Reserve Fund which is authorized to issue bonds used for a reserve fund for water resource and sewage treatment financial assistance programs for subdivisions of the state. OWRB can issue general obligation bonds up to $300,000,000 only after other monies and sources are used for repayment. The Legislature is required to provide for administration for the fund, methods for issuing the bonds and sufficient appropriations to pay for the bonds.

 Fiscal Analysis

 

CS for HJR 1085 sends to a vote of the people a proposed constitutional amendment creating within the Oklahoma Water Resources Board the Water Infrastructure Credit Enhancement Reserve Fund.  The purpose of the Fund is to secure the payment on bonds issued to provide for the Board’s financial assistance programs.  The bonds authorized by the amendment would only be issued in the event of a future payment default and after all pledged monies, reserved funds required of borrowers, reserved funds required of OWRB, and any surety bond payments have been used.  According to officials at the OWRB, this kind of default has never happened in the history of OWRB’s lending and the likelihood of these bonds needing to be issued is minimal.  The purpose of the bond authority is to allow towns and rural water districts the foundation of the state’s credit as they secure financing for water and wastewater infrastructure upgrades as outlined by the Comprehensive Water Plan. 

 Other Considerations

 

According to the OWRB, existing financing programs are expected to only cover 10% of the future demand for upgrades and improvements, leaving many Oklahoma communities to fend for themselves in securing financing. 

 

OKLAHOMA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES                     

                              Fifty-Third Legislature                          

                               First Regular Session                           

   

   

    HOUSE JOINT RES 1085Constitutional amendment; water resources and          

    Richardson          sewage treatment program; bonds; ballot title;         

   

    THIRD READING       PASSED                                                 

   

         YEAS:   81                                                    RCS# 1407

         NAYS:   11                                                    3/12/2012

         EXC :    7                                                      3:08 PM

         C/P :    0                                                            

         VAC :    2                                                             

    YEAS:   81

    Armes              Hall               McPeak             Sanders           

    Banz               Hardin             Moore              Schwartz          

    Billy              Hickman            Morrissette        Scott             

    Blackwell          Hilliard           Mulready           Sears             

    Brown              Holland            Newell             Shannon           

    Brumbaugh          Hoskin             Nollan             Shelton           

    Cannaday           Inman              Ortega             Sherrer           

    Casey              Jackson            Osborn             Shoemake          

    Cockroft           Jordan             Ownbey             Shumate           

    Condit             Joyner             Peterson           Stiles            

    Coody              Kirby              Pittman            Thomsen           

    Cooksey            Kouplen            Proctor            Vaughan           

    Cox                Liebmann           Pruett             Virgin            

    Dank               Lockhart           Quinn              Walker            

    Denney             Martin, Sc.        Renegar            Watson            

    Derby              Martin, St.        Richardson         Williams          

    DeWitt             McCullough         Roan               Wright            

    Dorman             McDaniel, C.       Roberts, D.        Mr.Speaker        

    Fourkiller         McDaniel, J.       Roberts, S.       

    Glenn              McDaniel, R.       Rousselot         

    Grau               McNiel             Russ              

    NAYS:   11

    Bennett            Hamilton           Key                Ritze             

    Christian          Johnson            Murphey            Terrill           

    Faught             Kern               Reynolds          

    EXCUSED:    7

    Enns               Nelson             Tibbs              Wesselhoft        

    Morgan             Peters             Trebilcock        

    CONSTITUTIONAL PRIVILEGE:    0

 

Vote No on SQ 764

 

 

Below is the State Question that we… well, began to question after an email from Representative Osborn was forwarded to us.   When we looked back at the bill information we found that the bill that was passed didn’t even mention the Governor controlling the DHS organization, it said that the legislature would create and administrate the agency.

Below is what Osborn had sent out on SQ 765 and it is very close to other legislator’s email recommendations.  We aren’t picking on Osborn, just pointing out that the misinformation is wide spread and that got us to comparing notes and tying together some loose ends.

SQ 765 Rep. Steele/Sen. Treat

A yes vote on this State Question would abolish the Commission for Human Services, a constitutionally mandated, 9 member group of unelected volunteers.  It is a 1930’s governance model that can be traced to the agency’s major problems with an unaccountable commission and an insulated director.  With the passage of this measure The DHS director will be appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Senate.  This would place the agency’s leadership closer to the people because the Governor is accountable to all the people of the state.  DHS would basically now be answering directly to the public,  not an unelected, unaccountable commission.

 

Now here is what the legislation actually said about the bill that would become SQ 765:

 

This measure amends the State Constitution.  It provides for the repeal of Sections 2, 3 and 4 of Article 25 which relate to the Department of Public Welfare, the Oklahoma Public Welfare Commission and the Director of Public Welfare.  This measure grants the Legislature the authority to create and direct by law the administration of a department or departments to provide for public welfare for the people of the State of Oklahoma. 

 

Section 6>.  For the purpose of effectively administering and carrying into execution all laws enacted pursuant to the authority granted in Section 1 of this Article, the Legislature is hereby authorized to create a department or departments charged with the duty and responsibility of faithfully administering and carrying into execution all laws enacted pursuant to the authority granted in Section 1 of this Article and shall perform such other duties as may, from time to time, be prescribed by law. <

 

 

And a monstrous red flag popped up, on the enrolled (final version) of the bill Democrat Wade Rousselot was one of the House co authors, along with Speaker Kris Steele, Jason Nelson, Pat Ownbey and Ron Peterson.  That is a rouge’s gallery if I ever saw one.

 

 Here is the header of the enrolled version with the author’s names in red type:

 

ENROLLED HOUSE

JOINT

RESOLUTION NO. 1092                                                                             By:        Steele, Rousselot, Nelson, Ownbey and Peterson of the House 

                                                                                                                                                                                and

                                                                                                                                     Treat, Brinkley and Johnson (Constance) of the Senate

 

 

So what is so ominous about Wade Rousselot’s participation?  We reported last week that Republican Governor Mary Fallin has allowed her image to be used by incumbent House member Democrat Wade Rousselot’s campaign even though he is running against Republican David Tackett.

 

 

 

Tackett’s campaign put out the word on Fallin’s tactic support of an opposing party candidate against one of her own party’s candidates along with a letter from Representative Mike Reynolds  and another from Representative Mike Ritze calling for Governor Fallin to set the record straight on allowing the use of her picture.   This week other legislators joined in calling Fallin to limit the use of her image in supporting opposing candidates and to publically endorse the Republican candidate for House District  12.  Also the Republican Chairman for Wagoner County called for Governor Fallin to explain the use of her picture on Rousselot’s campaign material.

The Tackett campaign reported that one GOP official had this to say:

 

 "This is unprecedented.  I can't remember if there was a time that a State Representative sent out campaign literature with a picture of the Governor of the opposing party.  And the fact that Governor Fallin has yet to endorse the Republican candidate in this race makes it even more troubling."

 

 

We need everyone to contact the Governor about this mess and demand a response.   Governor Fallin's political director is Denise Northrup, and can be contacted at denisenorthrup@cox.net    Ask her just who the Governor is supporting in the HD 12 race and why the Governor's picture is on a Democrat's mailer.  Tell her that Oklahomans deserve an answer on this issue.

It would appear to be obvious that the Governor may well have struck a deal with the liberal Democrat, support a power grab to seize power over the DHS department in exchange for her endorsement.   I ask you how this is different from the Leftwich scandal that generated flimsy Oklahoma County criminal charges against two legislators in 2011?   Are the unusually worded SQ 765 information emails circulating an effort to subvert the will of the legislature and potentially the vote of the people to maintain legislative control over the DHS agency?   Is this a Quid Pro Quo between Republican Governor Fallin and Democrat Wade Rousselot?

Governor Fallin has a staff member read our newsletter every Sunday night right after it comes out.    Andrew Silverstri is the current Deputy Policy Director for Governor Fallin and I must say he is conscientious about doing his task so we know that Governor Fallin also reads everything we write or at least the most interesting parts.    It might be a good idea to email Andrew as well and pass along a request that Governor Fallin either endorse the Republican candidate for House District 12 and put a stop to her support of Democrat Wade Roussselot or switch party her affiliation to Democrat.   

Here are those emails again:

andrew.silvestri@gov.ok.gov

denisenorthrup@cox.net   

 

 

BILL SUMMARY

2nd Session of the 53rd Legislature

 

                Bill No.:  HJR 1092

                Version: CCRA

                Request Number:                10514

                Author:  Speaker Steele et al

                Date:      5/22/2012

                Impact:   $0

 

Research Analysis 

 

The CCS for HJR 1092 sends to a vote of the people a proposed constitutional amendment that would repeal Sections 2, 3 and 4 of Article 25 of the State Constitution that created the Oklahoma Public Welfare Commission and the Director of Public Welfare position.  The measure would authorize the Legislature to create and direct by law the administration of the Department of Human Services.

 

 

Fiscal Analysis

 

CCR A for HJR 1092 provides for a proposed amendment to the state Constitution and a ballot title related to repealing sections regarding the Department of Public Welfare, the Oklahoma Public Welfare Commission and the Director of Public Welfare.  In addition, the measure grants the Legislature the authority to create and direct by law the administration of a department(s) to provide for public welfare for Oklahomans.

 

 

  OKLAHOMA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES                     

                              Fifty-Third Legislature                          

                               First Regular Session                            

   

   

    CCR HJR1092         Constitutional amendment; Oklahoma Public Welfare      

    Steele              Commission; authorizing the Legislature to create      

   

    FOURTH READING      PASSED                                                  

   

         YEAS:   80                                                    RCS# 1948

         NAYS:    7                                                    5/22/2012

         EXC :   11                                                      5:30 PM

         C/P :    0                                                            

         VAC :    3                                                            

    YEAS:   80

    Armes              Grau               McDaniel, J.       Rousselot         

    Banz               Hall               McDaniel, R.       Russ              

    Billy              Hamilton           McNiel             Sanders           

    Blackwell          Hardin             Moore              Schwartz           

    Brown              Hickman            Mulready           Scott             

    Cannaday           Holland            Murphey            Sears             

    Casey              Inman              Nelson             Shannon           

    Christian          Jackson            Nollan             Sherrer           

    Condit             Johnson            Ortega             Shoemake          

    Coody              Jordan             Osborn             Shumate           

    Cooksey            Joyner             Ownbey             Stiles            

    Cox                Kern               Peters             Terrill           

    Dank               Key                Peterson           Trebilcock        

    Denney             Kirby              Pittman            Vaughan           

    Derby              Kouplen            Proctor            Virgin            

    DeWitt             Liebmann           Pruett             Walker            

    Enns               Lockhart           Quinn              Watson            

    Faught             Martin, Sc.        Roan               Wesselhoft        

    Fourkiller         Martin, St.        Roberts, D.        Wright            

    Glenn              McCullough         Roberts, S.        Mr.Speaker        

    NAYS:    7

    Bennett            Morrissette        Reynolds           Williams          

    Dorman             Renegar            Ritze             

    EXCUSED:   11

    Brumbaugh          Hoskin             Morgan             Shelton           

    Cockroft           McDaniel, C.       Newell             Thomsen           

    Hilliard           McPeak             Richardson        

    And our recommendation on SQ 765? 

We suggest that everyone vote yes on the  condition that they be ready to help keep the legislature in control of the DHS and oppose any power grab by Governor Mary Fallin.

 

Straight party line voting on this one.

 

BILL SUMMARY

2nd Session of the 53rd Legislature

 

                Bill No.:  SJR 52

                Version: CCRA

                Request Number:                3513

                Author:  Rep. Dank

                Date:      5/23/2012

                Impact:   Tax Commission:

                                Local Revenue Impact

                                FY-13: $0

                                FY-14: Decrease of $50.1 Million

 

Research Analysis 

 

The CCS for SJR52 directs the Secretary of State to refer to the people a proposed amendment to the Oklahoma Constitution exempting all intangible personal property from ad valorem taxation.

 

 

Fiscal Analysis

 

Tax Commission analysis date May 22, 2012, indicates the resolution amends Section 6A of Aerticle X of the Oklahoma Constitution to provide that, beginning January 1, 2013, intangible personal property will not be subject to ad valorem taxation or to any other tax in-lieu of ad valorem taxation.

 

The estimated revenue impact of removing intangibles from central/unit valued companies is a $50,139,999 loss of ad valorem revenue to local taxing jurisdictions.

 

Vote yes on SQ 766

 

 

 

 

Food Stamp Phone Shumate

 

They call those "free" cell phones that are given away on street  corners by vendors "food stamp phones" because if you are on food stamps you qualify for a "free" phone that you and I pay for through our phone bill taxes. That sense of entitlement is mirrored in Represenatative Jabar Shumate's campaign donation records.

Yeah, this one is a long article but you can scroll though the table of info below quickly while paying attention to the the info highlighted in red type.   This guy is paying campaign workerss to walk for him; I didn’t know that was even legal!  No one has ever paid any Tea Party volunteers to walk precincts for candidates!   Plus Representative Shumate is buying tires for his car, traveling to San Francisco (I'm going to bite my tounge on that one), donating to organizations that support gays, lesbians, and transsexuals, and good lord, look at his Starbucks bill!

 

The gay connection was interesting as although there was plenty of rumors and he said/he said info coming out of Tulsa  alledging that Shumate was a closeted gay this was the first real documented connection between Shumate and a gay supported organization.   Now we aren’t bashing on the gays,  we tend to leave them alone if they aren't bothering anybody, just pointing out that Shumate supports their issues.  Read this article posted on the Rainbow Coalition website.  The relevant info is highlighted in red:

 

 

 

February 08, 2012

The Rainbow PUSH CoalitionApplauds Prop 8 Ruling

Please see below a statement, from Rev. Jesse L. Jackson Sr., founder and president of the Rainbow PUSH Coalition, regarding marriage equality. 

“Many years ago in the late 1970s’, I visited South Africa, then deep in the throes of apartheid system. I was asked by the media what I thought of the situation, and I said something very culturally challenging to them, “I believe in human rights for all human beings. We must measure human rights by one yardstick.” That principle – our moral center - still applies. Everything flows from this perspective. We all matter. Today let us fix the problem, not fix the blame – let us come together and build a broad coalition.

We stand together today as equal members of the human family; as consistent principled advocates for human rights for all people. We stand together today to uphold the principles of due process, of equal protection under the law, of fighting against discrimination against any and all people based on race, religion, gender or sexual orientation. 

We applaud today's court ruling that supports Marriage Equality, striking down Proposition 8 as unconstitutional. Peoples' right to self-expression, self-determination be respected and affirmed. It's time to challenge ignorance, a time to break the silence and the chains of hatred, of divisive and discriminatory bigotry. Marriage is based on love and commitment — not on sexual orientation. Rainbow PUSH supports the right for any person to marry the person of their choosing..

If Dr. King and our civil rights movement has taught us anything, it’s the fundamental principle of that all people deserve Equal protection under the law. LGBT people deserve equal rights – including marriage equality – and equal protection under the law. Discrimination against one group of people is discrimination against all of us. The State – and the Courts - should not sanction discrimination.

To those that believe in and fought for civil rights, that marched to end discrimination and win equality, you must not become that which you hated. It’s past time to persist in hypocrisy and ignorance, and time to come out of the shadows and darkness to support unequivocally, equality for all people. Those that support civil and human rights cannot, must not, become perpetrators of discrimination against others based upon race, religion, culture, sexual orientation. 

African Americans know too well the sting of legal, state sanctioned, constitutionally driven “second class” citizenship – from centuries of legal slavery and Jim Crow segregation, to classified as 3/5 of a human being in the U.S. Constitution, to facing anti-miscegenation laws that prevented Blacks from marrying whites.

Marriage is a fundamental right of all individuals. That principle was upheld today — for Blacks and Whites, for straight and gay, for ALL Americans. No group of people should be denied their fundamental constitutional liberties, like equal protection under the law, simply because of who they are.

Interestingly enough,reportedly the black community hates it when gays compare what they went through in the civil rights struggle to the gay rights movement.  Many blacks believe that the comparison cheapens their struggle, perverts it if I might be so bold to use that word.   Representative Shumate is certainly struggling to keep one foot in the black community and in the gay community, risky politics at best.  The Tea Party could care less what Representative Shumate does to churn his butter but we don’t like hypocrisy, if he is gay he should come right out and admit it.  If he isn’t gay he should address the allegations and put them to rest.

And take a look at all the “constituent gifts”.   This report reads like it is a slush fund to funnel campaign money to pay for Representative Shumate's personal expenses.   That needs looking into, they cut off the gifts from lobbyists or at least make them public then allow money from campaign war chests to be spent on travel, Starbucks, Burlington Coat Factory, Wal-Mart, and so on?  Spending $20 for breakfast at Starbucks on a regular basis?  That is living high on the hog

Date 

Brief description of the expenditure(s) 

Name and address of the person/entity to which expen 

diture was made.  

Beneficiary 

Explanation of Purpose 

Amount 

Year-to-date total 

Mar 30, 2009 

Shuttle Service 

Washington Metro
600 5th Street NW
Washington, DC 20001 

   

Legislative Business Travel 

2.85 

12.85 

Mar 30, 2009 

Gasoline 

ONCUE Express 101
1 NW 23rd Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73104 

   

Legislative Business Travel 

8.66 

12.31 

Mar 30, 2009 

Printing 

AMPCO Parking
2800 SW 23rd
Oklahoma City, OK 73119 

   

Legislative Business 

16.00 

128.00 

Mar 30, 2009 

Baggage Check 

American Airlines
Post Office Box 619612 MD 2400
DFW Airport, TX 75261 

   

Legislative Business Travel 

25.00 

1,675.28 

Mar 30, 2009 

Dinner Meeting 

Abuelo's
17 East Sheridan
Oklahonma City, OK 73104 

   

Legislative Business 

87.26 

163.96 

Mar 30, 2009 

Hotel Stay 

Sheraton Hotel
801 N. St. Asaph Street
Alexandria, VA 22314 

   

Legislative Business Travel 

155.88 

155.88 

Mar 29, 2009 

Hotel Stay 

Embassy Suites
4650 W. Airport Fwy
Irving, TX 75062 

   

Legislative Business Travel 

148.35 

148.35 

Mar 26, 2009 

Airport Shuttle 

Washington Metro
600 5th Street NW
Washington, DC 20001 

   

Legislative Business Travel 

10.00 

12.85 

Mar 26, 2009 

Baggage Check 

American Airlines
Post Office Box 619612 MD 2400
DFW Airport, TX 75261 

   

Legislative Business Travel 

15.00 

1,675.28 

Mar 26, 2009 

Dinner Meeting 

Lounge 201
201 Massachusetts Avenue NE
Washington, DC 20002 

   

Legislative Business Travel 

22.80 

22.80 

Mar 26, 2009 

Dinner Meeting 

Hyatt Hotel
1000 H Street NW
Washington, DC 20001 

 

Legislative Business Travel 

30.40 

30.40 

Mar 25, 2009 

Coffee 

Travel Traders
999 9th Street NW
Washington, DC 20001 

 

Legislative Business Travel 

3.97 

40.99 

Mar 25, 2009 

Volunteer Thank You Gifts 

Travel Traders
999 9th Street NW
Washington, DC 20001 

 

Volunteer Thank You Gifts 

26.44 

40.99 

Mar 24, 2009 

Cellular Phone 

United States Cellular
6701 East 41st Street
Tulsa, OK 74145 

 

Cellular Phone 

174.56 

3,587.08 

Mar 23, 2009 

Dinner Meeting 

Cheevers Cafe
2409 Hudson Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73106 

 

Legislative Business 

29.47 

29.47 

Mar 23, 2009 

Office Supplies 

Cartridge World
1605 North Peoria Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74106 

 

Office Supplies 

35.36 

70.72 

Mar 23, 2009 

Constituant Thank You Gift 

Bed Bath & Beyond
5352 East Skelly Drive
Tulsa, OK 74135 

 

Constituant Thank You Gift 

35.69 

35.69 

Mar 20, 2009 

Thank You Card 

Target
2417 W. Main Street
Norman, OK 73069 

 

Thank You Card 

2.11 

2.11 

Mar 20, 2009 

Donation 

Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority
Post Office Box 48608
Tulsa, OK 74148 

 

Status of Women Luncheon 

100.00 

130.00 

Mar 20, 2009 

Advertisement 

Deborah Brown Community School
2 South Elgin Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74120 

 

Legislative Travel 

125.00 

300.00 

Mar 17, 2009 

Pikepass Rebill 

Oklahoma Turnpike Authority
4401 West Memorial Road #130
Oklahoma City, OK 73134 

 

Pikepass Rebill 

40.00 

857.24 

Mar 16, 2009 

Lunch Meeting 

Pearls Oyster Bar
928 NW 63rd
Oklahona City, OK 73116 

 

Legislative Business 

18.69 

55.63 

Mar 13, 2009 

Parking 

AMPCO Parking
2800 SW 23rd
Oklahoma City, OK 73119 

 

Legislative Business Travel 

8.00 

128.00 

Mar 13, 2009 

Luggage Check 

Northwest Airlines
1105 Arbor Run Place
Brentwood, TN 37027 

 

Legislative Travel 

15.00 

271.89 

Mar 12, 2009 

Hotel Shuttle 

Blue Cab
1417 Oakland Park Avenue
Columbus Ohio, OK 43224 

 

Legislative Business Travel 

29.19 

29.19 

Mar 12, 2009 

Printing 

Staples Office Supplies
2711 South Harvard Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74114 

 

Legislative Advertisement 

94.95 

875.63 

Mar 09, 2009 

Dinner Meeting 

Chilis Restaurant
1957 S. Muskogee
Tahlequah, OK 74464 

 

Legislative Business 

50.96 

50.96 

Mar 08, 2009 

Office Supplies 

Wal-Mart
1801 Bell Isle Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK 73118 

 

Office Supplies 

35.22 

132.25 

Mar 06, 2009 

Airline Ticket 

American Airlines
Post Office Box 619612 MD 2400
DFW Airport, TX 75261 

 

Ohio Leg. for Nat'l Alliance for Charter Schools 

339.89 

1,675.28 

Mar 03, 2009 

Accounting, Clerical, Typesetting 

Kathryne Horner
1238 West Reading Street
Tulsa, OK 74127 

 

Accounting, Clerical, Typesetting 

300.00 

7,200.00 

Mar 02, 2009 

Thank You Notes 

Reasor's
2429 East 15th Street
Tulsa, OK 74104 

 

Thank You Notes 

35.68 

35.68 

Mar 02, 2009 

Esquire Club 

Parkhill Warehouse
5111 South Lewis Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74105 

 

Dinner Meeting 

90.37 

214.26 

Mar 02, 2009 

Airline Ticket 

Northwest Airlines
1105 Arbor Run Place
Brentwood, TN 37027 

 

National Urban League Conference 

256.89 

271.89 

Feb 27, 2009 

Lunch Meeting 

VZD's Restaurant
4200 North Western
Oklahoma City, OK 73118 

 

Legislative Business 

29.96 

63.63 

Feb 26, 2009 

Constituant Thank You Gift 

Jensco, Inc
77-C Woodland Street
Manchester, CT 06042 

 

Constutuant Thank You Gift 

15.98 

15.98 

Feb 25, 2009 

Cellular Phone 

United States Cellular
6701 East 41st Street
Tulsa, OK 74145 

 

Cellular Phone 

174.56 

3,587.08 

Feb 23, 2009 

Legislative Advertisement 

OETA OK Broadcasting
Post Office Box 14190
Oklahoma City, OK 73113 

 

Legislative Advertisement 

30.00 

30.00 

Feb 23, 2009 

Lunch Meeting 

Pearls Oyster Bar
928 NW 63rd
Oklahona City, OK 73116 

 

Legislative Business 

36.94 

55.63 

Feb 23, 2009 

Pikepass Rebill 

Oklahoma Turnpike Authority
4401 West Memorial Road #130
Oklahoma City, OK 73134 

 

Pikepass Rebill 

46.70 

857.24 

Feb 17, 2009 

Constituant Thank You 

Mary Murray's Florist
3333 East 31st Street
Tulsa, OK 74135 

 

Constituant Thank You 

51.91 

51.91 

Feb 16, 2009 

Lunch Meeting 

The Brook Restaurant
3401 South Peoria Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74105 

 

Legislative Business 

9.00 

191.03 

Feb 16, 2009 

Printing 

Staples Office Supplies
2711 South Harvard Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74114 

 

Legislative Advertisement 

63.47 

875.63 

Feb 10, 2009 

Lunch Meeting 

On The Border Restaurant
3500 NW Expressway
Oklahoma City, OK 73112 

 

Legislative Business 

81.74 

109.23 

Feb 09, 2009 

Lunch Meeting 

Crown Plaza Of Tulsa
100 East 2nd Street
Tulsa, OK 74103 

 

Legislative Business 

16.50 

16.50 

Feb 08, 2009 

Auto Rental 

Hotwire
655 Montgomery Street
San Francisco, CA 94111 

 

Legislative Travel 

201.08 

394.21 

Feb 07, 2009 

Lunch Meeting 

The Brook Restaurant
3401 South Peoria Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74105 

 

Legislative Business 

38.56 

191.03 

Feb 04, 2009 

Accounting, Clerical, Typesetting 

Kathryne Horner
1238 West Reading Street
Tulsa, OK 74127 

 

Accounting, Clerical, Typesetting 

300.00 

7,200.00 

Feb 03, 2009 

Hotel Stay 

Residence Inn - Dallas
7642 LBJ Freeway
Dallas, TX 75251 

 

Legislative Business Travel 

51.75 

51.75 

Feb 02, 2009 

Lunch Meeting 

Zephyrs Patio Lounge
5628 Sears Street
Dallas, TX 75206 

 

Legislative Business Travel 

25.50 

25.50 

Feb 02, 2009 

Car Rental 

Alamo Car Rental
7777 East Apache Street
Tulsa, OK 74115 

 

Legislative Business Travel 

40.66 

40.66 

Feb 02, 2009 

Hotel Stay 

Lincoln Inn Of OKC
5405 North Lincoln
Oklahoma City, OK 73105 

 

Legislative Business Travel 

46.05 

138.15 

Feb 02, 2009 

Legislative Advertisement 

Perry Publishing And Broadcasting
7030 South Yale Avenue #302
Tulsa, OK 74136 

 

Legislative Advertisement 

50.00 

11,489.70 

Feb 02, 2009 

Telephone Service 

Cox Communications
1811 East 51st Street
Tulsa, OK 74136 

 

2008 Campaign HQ 

389.09 

1,113.73 

Jan 30, 2009 

Hotel Stay 

Lincoln Inn Of OKC
5405 North Lincoln
Oklahoma City, OK 73105 

 

Legislative Business Travel 

92.10 

138.15 

Jan 28, 2009 

Lunch Meeting 

Brookside By Day Restaurant
3313 South Peoria Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74105 

 

Legislative Business 

24.27 

24.27 

Jan 26, 2009 

Service Charge/Airline Ticket Change 

American Airlines
Post Office Box 619612 MD 2400
DFW Airport, TX 75261 

 

Legislative Business Travel 

40.00 

1,675.28 

Jan 26, 2009 

Cellular Phone Service 

United States Cellular
6701 East 41st Street
Tulsa, OK 74145 

 

Cellular Phone Service 

174.56 

3,587.08 

Jan 24, 2009 

Auto Rental 

Hotwire
655 Montgomery Street
San Francisco, CA 94111 

 

Legislative Travel 

193.13 

394.21 

Jan 20, 2009 

Service Charge/Airline Ticket Change 

American Airlines
Post Office Box 619612 MD 2400
DFW Airport, TX 75261 

 

Legislative Business Travel 

40.00 

1,675.28 

Jan 14, 2009 

Hotel Stay 

Springhill Suites
3 SE Interstate Drive
Lawton, OK 73501 

 

Legislative Black Caucus Retreat 

101.02 

101.02 

Jan 12, 2009 

Gasoline 

E Z Go Mart
H. E. Bailey Turnpike
Chickasha, OK 73018 

 

Legislative Travel 

15.12 

15.12 

Jan 09, 2009 

Antivirus Software 

DRI Trend Micro
Unkown
Unknown, OK 00000 

 

Antivirus Software 

35.95 

35.95 

Jan 09, 2009 

Cellular Phone Repair 

The Signal Cellular Repair
625 Willow Springs Lane
York, PA 17406 

 

Cellular Phone Repair 

50.00 

50.00 

Jan 09, 2009 

Accounting, Clerical, Typesetting 

Kathryne Horner
1238 West Reading Street
Tulsa, OK 74127 

 

Accounting, Clerical, Typesetting 

300.00 

7,200.00 

Jan 06, 2009 

Post Office Box Renewal 

United States Postmaster
626 East Apache Street
Tulsa, OK 74106 

 

Post Office Box Renewal 

42.00 

442.84 

Jan 02, 2009 

Lunch Meeting 

The Brook Restaurant
3401 South Peoria Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74105 

Date

Brief description of the expenditure(s)

Name and address of the person/entity to which expenditure was made.

Beneficiary

Explanation of Purpose

Amount

Year-to-date total

Jun 11, 2012 

Breakfast 

Starbuck's Coffee House
1832 Utica Square
Tulsa, OK 74114 

Camapign 

Legislative Business Meeting 

20.00 

504.19 

Jun 11, 2012 

Postage 

United States Post Office
626 East Apache Street
Tulssa, OK 74106 

Camapign 

Postage 

32.00 

317.76 

Jun 11, 2012 

Refreshments 

Walgreens
405 East 2nd Street
Sand Springs, OK 74063 

Campaign 

Campaign Headquarters 

62.30 

227.08 

Jun 11, 2012 

Advertisement 

Prairie Production
1637 South Boston Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74119 

Campaign 

Advertisement 

351.09 

696.96 

Jun 11, 2012 

Advertisement 

The Oklahoma Eagle
624 East Archer
Tulsa, OK 74120 

Campaign 

Advertisement 

1,320.00 

5,970.00 

Jun 08, 2012 

Refreshments 

Walgreens
405 East 2nd Street
Sand Springs, OK 74063 

Campaign 

Campaign Headquarters 

51.68 

227.08 

Jun 08, 2012 

Telephone Polling 

SHO & Associates
2840 Linda Lane
Oklahoma City, OK 73115 

Campaign 

Campaign 

4,649.48 

4,649.48 

Jun 07, 2012 

Campaign Walking 

Kevin Watkins
1301 North Denver
Tulsa, OK 74106 

Campaign 

Campaign Walking 

40.00 

430.00 

Jun 07, 2012 

Meal 

Mazzio's Pizza
2305 West Edison
Tulsa, OK 74127 

Campaign 

Campaign Walkers 

40.82 

155.16 

Jun 07, 2012 

Gasoline 

Quick Trip
229 N. Gilcrease Museum Road
Tulsa, OK 74127 

Campaign 

Legislative Travel 

60.95 

2,616.96 

Jun 06, 2012 

Meal 

McDonald's Restaurant
229 North Gilcrease Museum Road
Tulsa, OK 74127 

Campaign 

Campaign Walker 

6.04 

33.69 

Jun 06, 2012 

Meal 

McDonald's Restaurant
229 North Gilcrease Museum Road
Tulsa, OK 74127 

Campaign 

Campaign Walkers 

14.26