“The Department of Justice claims to support “strong encryption, which is used by billions of people every day for services such as banking, commerce, and communications.” Yet the department is actively working to weaken encryption, lest fully secure communications frustrate law
The U.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio Eastern Division “found the plaintiffs had no standing to bring the case against the defendants[…,] rightfully asserts that those who purposefully and criminally misuse firearms are the ones who are responsible for
Pardon and Parole leaders have been working with the Department of Corrections to identify inmates who may walk free after State Question 780, which reclassified simple drug possession and several low-level property crimes as misdemeanors rather than felonies, is applied
Representative Jason Lowe (D-97) files suit against Governor Kevin Stitt in yet another effort to halt Oklahoma’s permitless carry law from going into effect on November 1st. Article by Storme Jones
“An administrator armed with a knife attacked officers inside Paris police headquarters Thursday, killing at least four before he was fatally shot, officials said.” Article by Associated Press Photo by Bruno Abatti on Unsplash
Forty-seven Oklahoma death row prisoners in McAlester will be moved out of solitary confinement, housed with other maximum-security prisoners, and allowed contact with their visitors. Article by Emory Bryan
Shannon Grimes, OKLP Cherokee County Chair, talks chiropractic and libertarianism in this Quick 5 with the Tahlequah Daily Press. Article by Kim Poindexter
“Here is another preview of the 11-hour video library from our new book, An Introduction to Constitutional Law: 100 Supreme Court Cases Everyone Should Know. This post will focus on the first batch of cases from the Rehnquist Court.” Article by Josh
“In all, disaster relief payments to individuals in the 74063 ZIP code through Aug. 9 accounted for about 1 in 5 dollars of the $14.4 million spent by FEMA in 27 counties designated to receive aid.” Tulsa World article by
Amy Swearer of the Heritage Foundation addresses the House Judiciary Committee during their “Protecting Americans from Gun Violence” hearings, delivering compelling information concerning so-called “assault weapons” and self-defense. YouTube video
“The executive order requires state agencies, boards or commissions to submit any grant application for review to the Office of the Governor and for approval by the Secretary of Budget before the agency can submit a final proposal to the
Oklahoma State Senator Nathan Dahm (R – District 33) explains the need for Senate Bill 1081 which he introduced to the state Senate for the purpose of nullifying potential federal red flag laws. Article by Senator Nathan Dahm.
Oklahoma Libertarian Josh Clark wins Dale School Board seat and becomes one of the first elected Libertarians in the state. Article in News-star.com.