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A less respectful response to the Secretary of State Chris Benge’s constitutional incompetence

This is a not-very-respectful response to the incompetence of Secretary of State Chris Benge which has shut down the No Sun Tax referendum campaign.  The press release just posted here is marginally more respectful.  But only marginally. In any event. … Continue reading

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Secretary of State’s incompetence shuts down No Sun Tax petition campaign.

Press Release — for immediate distribution — September 24, 2014 Secretary of State gives bad deadline to No Sun Tax Petition, causes petition to fail. For more info contact: Jonathon Pollnow, 405-762-0591, jonathan.pollnow@okstate.edu Bob Waldrop, 405-200-8155, bob@bobwaldrop.net The “No Sun Tax” petition … Continue reading

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My testimony before the Oklahoma Corporation Commission today.

My name is Bob Waldrop, and I am the founder of the Oscar Romero Catholic Worker House in Oklahoma City. Each month we deliver food to low income households that don’t have transportation. In the past year we’ve made about … Continue reading

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We’re just sayin’. . . NO to the OGE rent hike! I mean rate hike. No, I mean rent hike.

These days, the word “rent” has two meanings.  One is commonly understood as the price you pay to live or use commercially a house or building or land.  But it also has a political meaning, as in “rent seeking”. . … Continue reading

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