Tag Archives: HID Global

Meet the Oklahoma “Chippers” and Follow the Money

Here is the story of HB2569 on Scribd below. Follow the money and the story of these capitol offenders in 2010. Meet the “chippers’ and ask yourself if you really want people who want to track you like cattle representing you in any capacity whatsoever.

“Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety.”

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Oklahoma Capitol Offenders 2010 HB 2569 Meet the “Chippers”

Tagged: Brad Henry, Driver’s License, HB 2569, HID, HID global, james dunlap, lobbysist, microchip, Oklahoma, oksafe, Politics, RFID, richard chase, security industries association, SIA, wesslehoft Continue reading

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Veto Override Fails in House 5/11/10 – Politics ‘As Usual.’ Who Walked the Vote? 2nd Chance to Override Veto of HB 2569

Action Alert courtesy of OK-Safe, Inc. Kudos to researcher Kaye Beach, at AxXiom for Liberty, who found the letter a big-government special interest group sent to Governor Brad Henry on April 26, 2010 asking him to veto HB 2569.  Richard Chace, CEO of SIA (Security Industry Association, headquartered in Alexandria, VA), believes that what the people […] Continue reading

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Big Gov’t Lobbyist Dunlap wants RFID chips in the OK drivers license

Representing a firm called HID Global, big government lobbyist Jim Dunlap is wheeling and dealing his way into amending HB 2569, a bill currently working its’ way through the OK legislature and which prohibits imbedding/affixing/adhering a radio frequency identification (RFID) device or RFID-type ink  into or on to the OK drivers license or state-issued identification cards. HID Global and lobbyist Jim […] Continue reading

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