Immigrant welfare ban is $57.4 billion tax cut

The Trump administration is set to roll out a plan in the next month that bars foreign nationals who need public welfare in order to live from resettling in the U.S.

American taxpayers, currently spend about $57.4 billion a year on paying for the welfare, crime, and schooling costs of the country’s mass importation of 1.5 million new, mostly low skilled legal immigrants every year.  Continue reading

First District Decision: Swamp or Solid

Tim Harris (left), moderator Jim Mazzei and Kevin Hern (right) at July Oklahoma Opportunity Project debate.

Analysis: There is an old saying, “Advocates and elected officials come and go, but bureaucrats run the show” which applies at County, State and Federal levels. If that makes you angry; understand that the connected protected don’t care. They just smile and carry on.

It’s critical Oklahomans make the right choice for the 1st District of Congress. Patriots demand Constitutional Rights, Rule of Law and courage to support President Donald Trump’s specific conservative populist agenda. Continue reading

Poll: Stitt leads Cornett; other races

Candidate for OK Governor Kevin Stitt

Remington Research Group has completed a public and independent survey of likely voters in the August 28 Republican Runoff Election in Oklahoma. The survey was conducted August 1st through August 2nd, 2018. A total of 1,757 likely Republican primary voters participated in the survey and the margin of error is +/-2.3%. The survey was paid for and commissioned independent of any campaign or committee.  Continue reading

Imagine Dragons “Evolve” world tour

Imagine Dragons Dan Reynolds on keyboards, Ben McKee on bass and Daniel Platzman on drums

Comments overheard inside the BOK Center at Wednesday night’s Imagine Dragons concert included, “when I first heard their name, I thought they were like Sesame Street Live,” and “I didn’t know much about them, but my seven year-old knows the words to all their songs.” Imagine Dragons performs skilled, talented rock music. Continue reading

USDA broadband grants include Osage

Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue today announced that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is investing $97 million in 12 projects  to provide or improve rural broadband service in 11 states.

“A person’s location should not determine whether he or she has access to modern communications infrastructure,” Secretary Perdue said. “That is why USDA is partnering with businesses and communities by investing in state-of-the-art broadband e-connectivity to remote and rural areas. Continue reading