The Obama Administration has been employing an old tactic lately â€“ what some might call an imperial threat â€“ and theyâ€™re not doing it overseas, either.
Tag Archives | Oklahoma Sovereignty
As more and more of the important votes are being lost at the federal level, the fight will move to the state level and the question before our legislative leadership and the Governor will be about whether or not they will allow important statesâ€™ rights legislation to go forward.
In this week’s podcast, Charles Key, State Representative from Oklahoma’s 90th District, discusses Oklahoma’s 10th Amendment Resolution, the Constitution and limits on the federal government’s power, the long-standing abuses of the constitution no matter which administration or party is in power, bailouts and real id as unconstitutional and more.
â€œHCR 1028 will not have to go to the governorâ€”and with its passage today, it will go straight to President Obama and Congress. We are telling them loud and clear to end all federal mandates that are beyond the scope of powers specifically outlined in the Constitution,â€ said Brogdon, R-Owasso.
The Oklahoma State Senate has passed Charles Key’s House Concurrent Resolution 1028 (HCR1028) today.
Oklahoma’s House Concurrent Resolution 1028, authored by State Rep. Charles Key, passed the Oklahoma House today. The vote was 73-22 with 6 not voting.
In response to Governor Henry’s veto of House Joint Resolution 1003, Oklahoma State Rep. Charles Key has reintroduced the resolution as House Concurrent Resolution 1028. Passage in both the House and Senate on a concurrent resolution will not require signature from the governor.
HCR1028 is “A Concurrent Resolution claiming sovereignty under the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States over certain powers; serving notice to the federal government to cease and desist certain mandates; providing that certain federal legislation be prohibited or repealed; and directing distribution.”
Oklahoma Governor Brad Henry has vetoed House Joint Resolution 1003. In a statement released today, Henry said that “there is no need to spend valuable legislative time on a resolution expressing support for any particular amendment or constitutional rightâ€
by State Rep. Jason Murphey (OK-31) The steps taken in the past few days by Congress to give the federal government nearly 800 billion dollars worth of increased power reminds me of a column I wrote last November. In that article I wrote about the expected expansion of the federal government and how I felt [...]
by State Rep. Jason Murphey (OK-31) Last Friday, I attended a meeting of House Republicans in order to elect new officers for the next session of the legislature. There were more representatives in the room than ever before as the people voted to elect sixty-one Republicans up from fifty-seven and chose not to remove a [...]
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