Tag Archives: Elections
It’s time for some campaignin’…entertaining to be sure, but I think it’s worth a look beyond the entertainment value. This video is funny because it contains truth. The trouble is, the truth in political jokes are on us…the voters. How DID we end up with those two candidates? It’s more than a little freaky that […] Continue reading
Thomas Jefferson made the astute observation: “When the people fear the government, there is tyranny. When the government fears the people, there is liberty.” Today, the problem with our government at all levels is that it has no fear of the people. In fact, it’s worse than that. Our elected officials, as a group, have […] Continue reading
I met Nathan Dahm a year ago at the Freedom 21 Conference in Oklahoma City while conducting interviews for A New America. My friend, Sandra Crosnoe, spoke very highly of him. She was hoping at that time that he would run for the U.S. Congressional seat in District 1. Upon meeting Nathan, I found him […] Continue reading
As I noted in my most recent post, I believe Oklahoma’s July 27 primary election is worthy of attention and active support from those of us who wish to see our country return to core Constitutional principles.
Howard Houchen is running for OK’s U.S. Congressional District 2 seat. Over the last year, I have come to […] Continue reading
I’m in Nebraska.
Why do I care what happens in the Oklahoma primary election on July 27?
While I do have a number of friends and contacts there, that is not what drives my concern. I have come to believe that Oklahoma is at the tip of a spear that for so many reasons, is pointing […] Continue reading
Am I surprised? No. Disappointed? Of course.
Despite national polling numbers that indicate an anti-incumbent sentiment, history tells us that sentiment doesn’t often extend to one’s own incumbents. And that appears true this round in Nebraska.
An examination of the election results from the Nebraska Secretary of State’s website shows that almost without fail, incumbents won in […] Continue reading
Of course one night walking blocks for a couple of candidates isn’t necessarily an indicator of a trend. But it’s interesting when it coincides with national polling results in at least one important aspect. (See this Gallup poll regarding party affiliation.)
While out walking blocks yesterday in two Oklahoma neighborhoods, several folks either indicated they were […] Continue reading