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Graduated from Classen High School in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma in May, 1968. Enlisted in the U S Army on December 11, 1968, serving 3 years in the 7th Special Forces Group as a Heavy Weapons Expert, attaining the rank of Sgt. E 5. upon separation went to work at Southwestern Bell Telephone on January 17, 1972 and retired on August 31, 2003. Also spent 1 year on active reserve as a member of the 14th Special Forces Group. attaining the rank of Staff Sgt. E6. started and operated a business installing wiring for telephone, data, and video surveillance systems from October 2003 until December 2011. Suffered a debilitating stroke on August 19, 2014. Now recovering and doing volunteer work at the Claremore, Oklahoma Veterans Center. Attends church in Claremore at CedarPoint and LifeChanger churches. Married to wife Marsha since August 2, 1989 with 4 daughters and a deceased son, 12 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren.

The Question of Obama’s Eligibility to Serve as President Picks Up Steam

The question of the eligibility of Barack Obama to appear on the 2012 Presidential ballot has picked up steam as lawsuits have been filed in Federal and State District Courts to force the Democrat National Committee, its Chairwoman Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, Nancy Pelosi, and Harry Reid to show positive proof that Obama meets the parameters laid out by the Constitution ...

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Letter to Congress: S.1867/HR 1540

Please copy this letter, put your name on it and send it to your congressional delegation. Your freedom is at stake. Put this on top of S. 679 that takes congressional oversight away and you have the final ingredient needed for tyranny to take over in America. I am e-mailing this to my representatives today. December 10, 2011 Sen. Coburn, ...

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Rep. Issa: Fast and Furious Just A “Dumb Program”

In a Washington Times article on Friday, December 2, 2011, Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Ca) stated that Eric Holder did not order Operation Fast & Furious/Gunrunner. Issa declares that: “Fast and Furious was not the first federal investigation in which “bad people are allowed to continue to do bad things in the name of going after bad people.” Once again I find ...

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America: Future of Freedom or Future of Tyranny?

This is an open letter to those in America who still support, and will vote for, Barack Obama and the Democrats in 2012. It is also for those who will blindly support Republicans because they aren’t Democrats. Please take time to read through this and really think about what I say. Don’t read this through the eyes of politics or ...

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Letter To Senators Regarding SB 679

Sen. Coburn, Sen. Inhofe,                                                                            May 9, 2011 I am writing about S.679, introduced by Charles Schumer on March 30, 2011 and co-sponsored by 15 other senators, including the Republican leader and six other Republican senators.  This is another case of the Chavezization of the United States of America.  Our founding fathers wrote the Constitution the way they did for a ...

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Be Prepared: Anarchy Is On The Way

As I see and hear the words of those in the “Occupy Whatever” movement I am struck by a common theme from times past. We are on the verge of times more terrifying than have been seen since the Civil War. Our nation is imploding from the malaise of some and the dedication to communism of others. We find people ...

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Has Anarchy Come To Tulsa, Oklahoma?

I just received an interesting e-mail from OKforTEA telling me that the Tulsa City Council is discussing waving all permits and fees for the “Occupy Wall Street” crowd.  The city council is also thinking about waiving the curfew and insurance requirements.  Well, isn’t this nice of the wonderful, “compassionate” city council members.  Are they going to cave into the demands of ...

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Racial Hypocrisy Is Alive and Well in America

As we head into another Presidential election cycle, racism has once again becoming front and center in the focus of American political discourse.  Unfortunately racism, and the hypocrisy that goes with it, is indeed alive and well in our nation today, 146 years after the Civil War ended and 46 years after the Civil Rights Act was passed.  It saddens me ...

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Kill The TEA Party Zombies? Barack, Nancy Your People Are Calling

I find it interesting, although disgusting, that the “civil discourse” so championed by Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi and their Marxist pals does not apply to the horrific video game, “Tea Party Zombies Must Die”,  and other violent references towards killing anyone Conservative. Pelosi, Obama, and the rest of the Marxists in this nation condemned Sarah Palin and Rush Limbaugh over the ...

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John Dummett and Liberty Legal vs. “Conservative” Media and Politicians

World Net Daily has just published a story involving John Albert Dummett and his quest to have Barack Obama declared ineligible to serve as President of the United States of America.  The suit centers around the “natural born citizen” status requirement as stated in the Constitution, the Naturalization Act of 1790, and an 1875 Supreme Court decision, Minor vs. Happersett ...

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Heil Obama: Is This America’s Future?

We are finding the anointed one, Barak Obama, gaining confidence in his ability to circumvent the Constitution and Congress to implement any rule he desires.  In the last week he has gone on the campaign trail, at taxpayer expense of course, to tell We the People that if Congress is reticent in its willingness to implement the changes he wants ...

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Anyone But Obama? Be Careful What You Ask For

I find it fascinating that the Republican establishment, including the talking head brigade, is pushing Mitt Romney and Rick Perry as our only hope of defeating Barack Obama in 2012.  No one else has a chance according to people of the party machinery, including Bill Kristol, and the other talking heads who are supposedly on our side.  Wasn’t it Kristol ...

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John Dummett: The “Hidalgo” of 2012

A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to watch the movie “Hidalgo” on television for the 3rd or 4th time.  The movie is set in Saudi Arabia sometime in the early 1900’s, not sure exactly when, but somewhere in that neighborhood.  The story is about a horse race pitting a man and his horse against others in one of ...

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