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Sandra Crosnoe
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a grassroots freedom lover in Oklahoma ~
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Powerful video on simulation theory - full of insight and right on time too! Please watch to the end h/t Truth is Stranger than Fiction on Youtube Source post 

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Everyone at the capitol may need to expand Jason Murphey's rather plain green paper notice on his door that says: "Representative Murphey does not accept items of value from lobbyist-represented entities." I have often thought of all the perks and travel and first class upgrades to certain people that tend to make one feel special and entitled and can warp ones votes in subtle and not so subtle ways. Many companies limit gifts to a certain dollar amount. Things to ponder for sure!

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One of the most important founding fathers is someone that most people have never heard of.

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Just recently, a topic of discussion on a national list-serve of which I'm a member, turned to "project-based learning". I HATE PBL, which is essentially a way for the type 'A' personalities to show their stuff and the laziest students to hide behind…

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For those of you who might have been living in a cave for the months since November, the Senate has confirmed controversial Secretary of Education nominee Betsy DeVos. So concerned were we here at ROPE - along with THOUSANDS of grassroots mom and dad…

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When we allow the federal government to exercise undelegated powers for “good things,” it also opens the door for it to do “bad things.” James Madison warned us about this. The issue was federal authority to build roads and canals, or more generally to…

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Today, the U.S. House voted to pass H.R. 26, the Regulations from the Executive in Need of Scrutiny Act of 2017. The bill, introduced by Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA), would increase accountability for and transparency in the federal regulatory process by…

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SANTA FE, N.M. (Feb. 14, 2017) – The New Mexico House overwhelmingly passed a bill that would decriminalize industrial hemp yesterday. Passage into law would set the stage for the people there to nullify federal prohibition on the plant in practice. Rep.…

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Is there an election in your area you don't know about today? Don't you wish the elections only happened once or twice a year and not when only a few people know they are happening so they can foist their will on the rest of us? Here's a list by county so…

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  Tulsa Democrat, Eric Proctor, has signaled his continued fight against new tax increases targeted to impact low & middle income Oklahomans. He posted the following message on his social media acct. ​"I will not be supporting the Governor's plan to raise…
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