Saturday, July 26, 2008

County Bridges Need Money!

Friends our bridges are a serious problem. They did not get in this shape over night. It took years of a Democrat controlled House and Senate mismanagement. Our Republicans friends need to wake up and pass real legislation and get Oklahoma going into the right direction. County bridges comprise of approximately, 80% of the total number of deficient bridges in Oklahoma.

The Transportation bond did nothing to solve the problem of our county bridges. Call you State Representative or Senator, and request real legislation, that will solve this problem by getting more funding to counties to fix these bridges. We do not need any more lip service we need real funding before someone is seriously injured on one of our county bridges!
Nationally Oklahoma ranked
• 9th in the total number of bridges
• 2nd in the total number of deficient bridges
• 3rd in the percentage of deficient bridges

Friday, July 25, 2008


This is from a fellow that I served with in Michigan that is still in the pretty much says it all, and is real...


Hello everyone,

As you know I am not a very political person. I just wanted to pass along

that Senator Obama came to Bagram Afghanistan for about an hour on his

visit to 'The War Zone'. I wanted to share with you what happened.

He got off the plane and got into a bullet proof vehicle, to go to the area

to meet with the Major General (2 Star) who is the commander here at


As the Soldiers were lined up to shake his hand, he blew them off and

didn't say a word as he went into the conference room to meet the General.

As he finished, the vehicles took him to the ClamShell (pretty much a big

top tent that military personnel can play basketball or work out in with

weights) so he could take his publicity pictures playing basketball. He

again shunned the opportunity to talk to Soldiers to thank them for their


So really he was just here to make a showing for the American's back home

that he is their candidate for President. I think that if you are going to

make an effort to come all the way over here you would thank those that

are providing the freedom that they are providing for you.

I swear we got more thanks from the NBA Basketball Players or the Dallas

Cowboy Cheerleaders than from one of the Senators who wants to be the

President of the United States. I just don't understand how anyone would

want him to be our Commander-and-Chief. It was almost that he was scared

to be around those that provide the freedom for him and our great country.

If this is blunt and to the point I am sorry but I

wanted you all to know what kind of caliber of person he really is. What

you see in the news is all fake.

In service,

CPT Jeffrey S. Porter

Battle Captain

TF Wasatch

American Soldier

Aaron Stiles Air Force Medal

This is a picture of the Medal Stiles was awarded while in the Air Force.

T. B. Pickens Full Of It!

T. B. Pickens is shoveling up a load of ho******ap to the public. America's economy can't survive on windmills and solar power. The huge wind farms need electric lines to carry the power to far distant cities. I've heard the costs are something like 1-2 million dollars a mile! How are you going to store the excess energy on very windy days? Pickens doesn't talk about that. He needs to continue giving his millions of dollars to build up the football factory at his old school, Oklahoma State University. They have an inferiority complex because they can't win often enough against the football factory at my old school, Oklahoma University.

The U.S. went from a horse and buggy economy to our modern economy in only 40 years (1890-1930) because we had a supply of a wonderful high-energy density fuel ....oil! We still have a tremendous amount of it left , including coal, and oil shale. Both of which can be converted into oil. In WWII we were bombing the heck out of Germany, including their Rumanian oil fields and refineries, yet they still kept on fighting us with their airplanes and superior Tiger and Panther tanks. How did they do it? They figured out how to convert their abundant supply of coal to oil! We liberated the plans from them after the war, but didn't use it. It only became economically feasible a couple of years ago when oil reached $40/barrel. Last year the Bush administration decided to build a pilot plant to convert coal to oil in Illinois. But they shut down the project because the environmentalist screamed the plant would put CO2 into the atmosphere! So our government caved in to the wackos and shut down the project. As you know every CO2 molecule we put in the atmosphere increases the yield of all plants.

Now I like windmills for certain applications. Thirty years ago as an engineering professor, I invented a new type of windmill for people who live in isolated areas. My design was simple and cheap to build . I did not patent it, because a patent would have cost me about 20 grand, and I wanted to place no restrictions on letting anyone use the idea.

I ran the calculations on providing my home with electricity equal to the amount I used last year (2007). Using a Bergey type windmill, I would need about an acre of land and a windmill about 100 feet high. The capital costs would be about $120,000. To obtain the same amount of electricity from solar, I would have to cover my entire roof with solar panels, which would cost about $80,000. The wind doesn't blow all of the time and the sun doesn't shine every day......then one needs some kind of energy backup from oil, or gas. So that is going to cost some more dollars.

Prof. Ed Blick
Norman, OK


Friday, July 25, 2008
NEA's radical plan for your kids
Phyllis Schlafly spells out goals recently approved by nation's teachers union

By Phyllis Schlafly


The nation's largest teachers union, the National Education Association, attracted 9,000 delegates to its annual convention in Washington, D.C., over the Fourth of July weekend. Delegates sported buttons with provocative slogans such as "Gay marriage causes Global Warming only because we are so hot!" "Hate is not a family value," "The 'Christian Right' is neither," and "Gay Rights are civil rights."

The delegates passed dozens of hard-hitting resolutions that now become the NEA's official policy. The resolutions authorize NEA members and employees to lobby for those goals in the halls of Congress and state capitols.

NEA resolutions cover the waterfront of all sorts of political issues that have nothing to do with improving education for schoolchildren, such as supporting statehood for the District of Columbia, a "single-payer health care plan" (i.e., government-run), gun control, ratification of the International Criminal Court Treaty, and taking steps "to change activities that contribute to global climate change."

The NEA fiercely opposes any competition for public schools, such as vouchers, tuition tax credits, parental option plans, or public support of any kind to non-public schools. The NEA strongly opposes designating English as our official language even though such a designation is supported by more than 80 percent of Americans.

The NEA opposes homeschooling unless children are taught by state-licensed teachers using a state-approved curriculum. The NEA wants to bar homeschooled students from participating in any extracurricular activities in public schools even though their parents pay school taxes, too.

The NEA wants many additional (job-creating) services and programs to be provided by public schools such as early childhood education (i.e., baby-sitting for preschoolers). NEA resolutions call for "programs in the public schools for children from birth through age 8," and for "mandatory kindergarten with compulsory attendance."

NEA resolutions include all the major feminist goals such as "the right to reproductive freedom" (i.e., abortion on demand); "comparable worth" (i.e., government control of wages according to feminist ideology rather than the free market); full funding for the feminist boondoggle called the Women's Educational Equity Act; and "the use of nonsexist language," i.e., censoring out all masculine words such as husband and father.

The NEA even urges its affiliates to work for ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment. The ERA was declared dead by the U.S. Supreme Court 26 years ago.

The influence of the gay lobby is pervasive in dozens of NEA resolutions adopted by 2008 convention delegates. Diversity is the code word used for pro-gay indoctrination in the classroom.

The NEA's diversity resolution makes clear that this means teaching about "sexual orientation" and "gender identification," words that are repeated in dozens of resolutions. The NEA demands that "diversity-based curricula" even be imposed on preschoolers.

NEA convention delegates were invited to an open hearing by the SOGI Committee in Room 149A on July 1. In case you don't know, SOGI stands for Sexual Orientation Gender Identification.

The NEA urges its members to offer "diverse role models" via the "hiring and promotion of diverse education employees in our public schools." The NEA puts "domestic partnerships, civil unions and marriage" on an equal footing.

The NEA wants every child, regardless of age, to have "direct and confidential access, without notification to parents, to comprehensive health education." That would include things such as learning how to use condoms for premarital sex, as well as social and psychological programs and services.

The NEA wants public schools to take over the physical and mental care of students through school clinics that provide services, diagnosis, treatment, family-planning counseling and access to birth control methods "with instruction in their use." Family planning clinics are called on to "provide intensive counseling."

The NEA wants all sex-education courses, textbooks, curricula, instructional materials and activities to include indoctrination about sexual orientation and gender identification plus warnings about homophobia.

The NEA is very generous with taxpayer money spent on illegal immigrants. The NEA not only favors amnesty for illegal-immigrant students, but also in-state college tuition and financial aid to illegal-immigrant college students.

The NEA is strong for "multicultural education," which the resolution makes clear does not mean studying facts about different countries and cultures. It means "the process of incorporating the values" and influencing "behavior" toward the NEA's version of "the common good," such as "reducing homophobia."

Of course, the NEA supports "global education" to teach "interdependency in sharing the world's resources." It's also no surprise that the NEA adamantly opposes any requirement that schools "schedule a moment of silence."

Phyllis Schlafly is a lawyer, conservative political analyst and the author of the newly revised and expanded "Supremacists: The Tyranny of Judges and How to Stop It." Schlafly also is founder and president of Eagle Forum.

Thursday, July 24, 2008

John McCain Yard Signs Now Available

The Cleveland County Republican HQ now has John McCain, Senator Inhofe, Congressman Cole and all State and local candidates’ yard signs available. Republican HQ located at 615 Suite B 24th Ave (24th & Boyd) phone 307-0016. Roger Warren Chairman

Watch Party

Cleveland County Republican Club Host Watch Party.
The Cleveland County Republican Club will sponsor a Republican candidate watch party. The following candidates have responded. Court Clerk candidate Tammy Howard , Sheriff Candidate Doug Blaine, County Commissioner candidate George Skinner, HD 45 candidate Ron Henderson, Corporation Commissioner candidate Dana Murphy.

Sheriff candidate Joe Lester will have his watch party at the Trails.
HD 45 candidate Aaron Stiles will have his watch party next door to Coach’s at the Red Room.
SD 45 candidate Jerry Foshee will have his watch party at his office.
SD 45 candidate Steve Russell will have his watch party at the Embassy Suites on Meridian
No information on Cleveland County Clerk candidate Kerrie Hudson, HD 45 candidate David Hopper, SD 45 candidate Melinda Daugherty, SD 45 candidate Marty Gormley, SD45 candidate Kyle Loveless.

When: Tuesday Aug 29th
Time: 6:45 PM-8:00 PM
Where: Coach’s Restaurant
Location: Downtown Norman
Questions: Bobby Cleveland 517-5990

Transcript Trying To Pick Republican Candidate?

Today the Norman Transcript printed a story critical of Aaron Stiles. One has to wonder, why is the Transcript so interested in printing a story critical of Aaron Stiles? Especially since the Transcript refused to report that Wallace Collins campaigned on a promise to eliminate the Grocery Sales Tax, yet when the opportunity came for Wallace to vote on abolishing the Grocery Sales Tax, he skipped the vote. Amazingly, he was present for the votes before and after the Grocery Sales Tax vote. The Transcript did not believe that was a story, but just a few days before the Republican primary, the Transcript runs an incredible story about Aaron Stiles. Are the Transcript and Collins afraid of Stiles because Aaron is the front runner in this race? Is that the reason the Transcript is attacking him? Only you can determine the real motive behind the Transcript attacking a Republican.


Wednesday, July 23, 2008


Is Collins Worried about Stiles?


Tel. 405.310.3465


Statement: The Democrats’ Big lie

NORMAN, OK— Aaron Stiles, candidate for House District 45, released the following statement today:

“With one week to go before the primary election, my message has caught on in the district and my opponents are now resorting to disgusting, false attacks. Just as we expected, Democrats and Wallace Collins’s surrogates have begun to spread lies about me, defame my character, and violate my privacy rights by accessing private utility bills. We must be winning!

“Today, the Democrat blog Demookie published a false report claiming I don’t live in the district. In a move worthy only of the Three Stooges, they then posted pictures of the house I live in, which is located in the district! Furthermore, Wallace Collins must have forgotten to tell them that he visited with me at my house just last week to discuss the campaign.

“My wife and I have lived in our current residence on Line Drive since last year and we are now in the process of purchasing a new house near Lake Thunderbird to which we hope to move at the end of this month. The house the Democrats are claiming I really live in is actually one of many rental properties I own in Norman and is currently being rented by college students.

“Wallace’s surrogates have created these lies because they see the outpouring of support for my message of bringing ethical, effective leadership to Lincoln Boulevard. Thousands of Democrats, Independents, Republicans and many of Wallace’s former supporters are now joining my campaign because they realize we need a change at the capitol.”


P.S. Visit

All the best.

Aaron Stiles

Republican Candidate HD 45

Ethics. Responsibility. Compassionate. Solutions.

P.O. Box 1222

Norman, Oklahoma 73070

(405) 310-3465


Tuesday, July 22, 2008


Oklahomans For Life has posted the candidates' responses to its Pro Life Survey. Pro Life voters should be concerned that only two of the Norman area candidates for the Legislature answered 100% Pro Life on their surveys. Of course both were Republicans and none of the Democrats even bothered to respond to the survey.

In HD 44, neither Bill Nations nor Tod Barrett, his Republican challenger responded to the survey. In HD 46, Rep. Scott Martin answered YES to 100% of the questions, while his Democrat opponent failed to respond to the survey. And in SD 15, again the Democratic challenger failed to answer the survey, while Senator Jonathan Nichols answered YES to 11 out of 12 questions. Senator Jonathan Nichols does have a 100% pro-life voting record as noted by "Oklahomans For Life" in it's survey.

Here’s the question Senator Nichols left blank:

Upon reversal of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision,
will you vote for a law that would protect the lives of unborn children and
prohibit abortion except to prevent the death of the mother?

In the race for House District 45, Aaron Stiles answered YES to 100% of the questions. Ron Henderson did not return the survey and David Hopper did not answer two of the questions.

These are the two questions Hopper did not answer.

4) Will you vote for a comprehensive abortion-reporting law that
would provide an understanding of the prevalence of abortion in
Oklahoma, the reasons abortions are sought, the complications that result,
and that would monitor, and ensure compliance with, our existing abortion
5) The right to life of human beings must be respected at every stage of
their biological development. Nevertheless, some have proposed taking
living human embryos from in vitro fertilization clinics and harvesting their
stem cells, thereby killing these embryonic human beings. While we support
research on stem cells obtained without killing human embryos – e.g, stem
cells harvested from umbilical-cord blood or from adult tissue – we oppose
killing embryonic human beings. Would you vote for a law to protect living
human embryos from being used for medical experiments that harm or kill
them, including so-called “embryonic stem-cell research” that would
require the killing of human embryos?

To view how all candidates for office in Oklahoma answered all of the questions, go to

"Sexual Orientation" Bill Fails in North Carolina

News Observer

Bullying bill dies over gay controversy
Lynn Bonner, Staff Writer

Legislation designed to combat bullying in schools is dead, according to a
state senator who worked on the proposal.
The Senate had the bill, which would have listed gay students as potential
harassment targets, on its list of issues to vote on Thursday. But the measure
was sent back to committee, where it is likely to stay as the legislature works
to finish this year's session.

Sen. Doug Berger, a Franklin County Democrat, said the bullying bill will not
be approved this session.

The bill was controversial because it listed "sexual orientation" and other
characteristics as reasons schoolchildren might be the targets of bullying.
Groups such as the Christian Action League and the N.C. Family Policy Council
did not want the term in state law, saying that gay-rights groups would use it
to leverage other rights.

The bill would have required bullying to be reported and school boards to set
anti-bullying policies.

Ironically, supporters said they had enough votes to pass it, but only if
everyone showed up. The Senate allows members who cannot be around for votes to
"pair" with senators who are going to vote the opposite way. When senators
"pair," their votes cancel each other.

Berger said the bill's opponents pressured senators who were going to vote no
not to accept pair requests from senators who would have voted for the bill.

Bullying is already against school policies, Berger said, but the only way it
is going to be seriously addressed is if people talk frankly about who gets

"The failure of this bill to pass, I think, it sends a bad message," Berger
said. or (919) 829-4821

Obama And The Russians

Notice the Obama poster for his upcoming speech at the zoo in Germany is just like an old poster for communist leader Vladimir Lenin. Obama true colors are coming out.

Monday, July 21, 2008

The Truth

Republican Party News

Gary Jones (State GOP Chairman) comments, "that we are excited to announce that former Maryland Lt. Governor and the current Chairman of GOPAC, Michael Steele, will be coming to Oklahoma City for a fundraising event to benefit the Republican Party!" Steele is a rising national star in the Republican Party, with regular appreances on FoxNews and conservative talk radio. He is a dynamic speaker, so you don't want to miss this event! Please join Congressman John Sullivan, Congressman Frank Lucas, and Congresswoman Mary Fallin on Tuesday, August 19th.

Tom Cole concerning High Gas Prices

High Gas Prices are Hurting Families

By: Congressman Tom Cole

While Americans continue to pay ever increasing prices for gasoline, House and Senate leaders continue to block real solutions and instead appear to have adopted the policy of "pay more - drive less." What this absurd policy assumes is that only the people who have a significant daily commute are hurt by these high prices. In reality, every family is impacted by these high prices regardless of whether they drive, use public transportation or walk.

A recent report released by The Heritage Foundation found that higher gas prices are adversely affecting employment, draining disposable income from families and forcing many of them to dip into personal savings just to make ends meet. The analysts at the Foundation found that if gas prices continue to rise at their current rate, in one year total employment would go down by 586,000 jobs, personal disposable income would decrease by $532 billion and $400 billion in personal consumption expenses would not be spent in the market. This $132 billion dollar difference will likely be met by dipping into personal and retirement savings and/or plunging deeper into debt. Such a scenario should be deeply troubling to all Americans, not just those who have a significant daily commute.

As is often the case, states, private businesses and individual consumers are far ahead of the curve relative to the federal government. While Speaker Pelosi and Senator Reid block votes that would allow us to access our vast domestic reserves of oil, several states are exploring the possibility of moving to a four day work week for state employees. Private businesses are modifying their work schedules in order to cut commute times, using alternative transportation and working remotely. And individual drivers are adjusting their habits in an attempt to consume less gasoline and to do so more efficiently.

In the past few months I have co-sponsored several pieces of legislation that would boost domestic production of oil by accessing the resources we already have and by increasing our refining capacity. In addition, I've co-sponsored legislation that would rebalance the United States' energy portfolio through the construction of new nuclear power plants and the extension of tax credits for renewable energy and hybrid vehicles. I have been willing to support any policy that will help us achieve energy independence and bring price relief to American families.

There is no one solution to this problem; we must attack it from every angle. But before any of this can happen, Speaker Pelosi and Senator Reid must allow these matters to be voted upon. The reason they will not is because they know there is strong bi-partisan support to pass these common sense bills that are opposed by the radical environmentalists. By preventing a vote, they are effectively hijacking the government, thwarting the will of the people, and contributing to the problem rather than helping to solve it.

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Democrats in Congress REFUSE to hold a vote on drilling for more oil in America.

Nancy Pelosi has promised to send Congress home for a month-long vacation WITHOUT PASSING AN ENERGY BILL to lower gas prices.

The Democrat Majority is putting their extremist ideology ahead of common-sense solutions.

We, the American people who are paying a national average of more than $4 per gallon of gas, demand Democrats in Congress VOTE NOW!

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Remember, we are innocent until proven guilty. So let’s not jump to conclusion.

Sunday, July 20, 2008

Ron Paul Group Still Trying In Nevada

A group of state Republican delegates are suing the Nevada GOP to try to earn representation at the National Convention.

The lawsuit comes just two days after the State Party announced it will appoint national delegates without re-convening the initial state convention.

The group filing the lawsuit mostly consists of Ron Paul delegates, but one activist says the litigation is less about McCain versus Paul and more about right versus wrong.

"The GOP is illegal in writing up their own slate behind closed doors," says Doctor Wayne Terhune a Republican activist. "And we want to put a halt to that and make the GOP accept the June 28th delegation."

Terhune helped pay for the convention that produced what those involved are calling the only legitimate republican delegation in the state.

Party officials intended to appoint delegates back in April, but called a recess when a vocal group of Ron Paul supporters protested rule changes.

Washoe County Republican Chair Heidi Smith says the final say on which delegates go to Minneapolis will likely be made by politicians and not lawyers.

"We'll have to wait and see what the State Party attorneys say, but I feel, in the end, the Republican National Committee will make the decision."

Terhune says he and Mike Weber, who chaired the June convention will likely take their case before the National Committee. It's a move that would seemingly contribute to the ongoing division within, but Smith says that's politics; and what grows apart, will eventually come together.

"It's somewhat like Obama and Hillary," says Smith. "You had fighting between those two and then they came together. So, in this respect, we're the same way in that we have two sides that are arguing the interpretation of the law, but when it comes to republican politics, they're all together."

Terhune says he expects a decision on this lawsuit to come sometime next week.

The National Republican Convention kicks off on September 1.