Thursday, November 12, 2009


+ I wanted to clear up any misunderstanding. The meeting tonight at
the Character First Center, (520 W. Main in downtown OKC) is a speech presentation. There is no meal, so there is no need for reservations.
You may just show up at the door. The meeting starts at 7:30 p.m. with the cost at the door being $10 for adults or $5 for students. Again, the speaker is Mr. Art Thompson, CEO of the John Birch Society, who will be talking about the little known influences behind terrorism.
Therefore, grab a neighbor, friend or cousin and come on down.

+ Next Monday November 16th, Paul Blair, Steve Kern and perhaps
others from Oklahoma will be flying to Washington D.C. to join with other Christian leaders and pastors regarding the recent passage of the hate crimes legislation. They intend to deliver a letter to U.S.
Attorney General Eric Holder, asking that the law not be enforced as it is an attack on free speech and as such is un-constitutional.
Following their effort to deliver the letter, they will assemble on the steps of the department of justice where several pastors will deliver short sermons on the sin of homosexuality, and the wages of sin which is eternal damnation. They will also reveal the good news of the Gospel, that being a homosexual can be set free from that perverted bondage, receive forgiveness from that sin and escape eternal damnation. They will basically be challenging the DOJ to enforce the unconstitutional hate crimes law in this application or show it isn’t applicable to free speech. I am sure they would appreciate your prayers.

+ Also on Monday, November 16, Scott Esk will be conducting an
introduction to activism through the John Birch Society presentation.
The location is the Moore library (on Howard street, just North of South 4th Street in Moore) with the meeting starting at 7:00 p.m.. In January of this year I said the theme for this year would be the need to organize. I can’t think of a better organization to consider than the Birch Society. Attend this meeting to make that determination for yourself.

+ I will have more about this in the next e-mail. Until then, I
wanted to make folks aware of the Ada Tea Party # 4. I had an opportunity to meet with the executive committee about 3 months ago and found them to be a dedicated group of citizens getting organized to make a difference. I received the tea party agenda a couple of days ago for their 4th gathering which will be next Thursday, November 19th. Just wanted to mention that both State Representative Sally Kern and I will be speakers to be followed by a candidate forum. Those candidates on the panel are to be Rick Flanigan and James Langford, both 5th District Congressional candidates, along with a Mr. Bill Hodges, running for Oklahoma House District 60. While Ada is not in the 5th district, many of that attending are from Seminole or Pott counties which are. If you live anywhere in the area, please try to attend, these organizers are some true American patriots that are working hard to make a difference.

Charlie Meadows

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