Monday, January 11, 2010







Our 12 noon luncheon for Wednesday, January 13th, will be held at Italiano’s Restaurant, 4801 North Lincoln in OKC. We will have a mystery speaker this Wednesday. For security reasons, I can’t mention his name or give details in this e-mail about his message. Over the years we have had a few mystery speakers and they have all turned out to be outstanding programs. Therefore, be sure and attend if you have the opportunity.


+ MONDAY - CLAREMORE - U.S. Senator Tom Coburn will be holding a

town hall meeting in the Centennial Center Ballroom on the campus of Rogers State University, 1701 West Will Rogers Blvd, from 6:00 until 7:00 p.m.. I always encourage conservatives to attend these meetings to ask questions which set the tone to further a limited government, conservative agenda. If conservatives fail to do this, then the ones who show up to beg and pressure our elected officials are the whiney butt dependents, always wanting government to offer them more teats to suckle dry.

+ MONDAY - OKC AREA - The Oklahoma Constitutional Alliance is

announcing a new meet up to conduct an activist training session, called Operation Defuse. The time will be 6:45 p.m. on Monday, January 11th and it will be held at the Belle Isle Library, 5501 North Villa in OKC. The Liberty Restoration Project and Texans for Accountable Government are teamed up with thousands of volunteers across the country to demand accountability and combat the intrusive nature of fusion centers. Operation Defuse is an awareness and action campaign aimed to stem the growth of a totalitarian-style police state.

After the inadvertent release of the MIAC report by a Missouri Fusion Center and the deeply disturbing “Homegrown Terrorism” document from Virginia’s Fusion Center, concerned citizens are demanding to know what is happening in the 79 fusion centers across the country.

Oklahomans “are vested with the inherent right to know and be fully informed about their government.” The purpose of the Oklahoma Open Records Act is “to ensure and facilitate the public’s right of access to and review of government records so they may efficiently and intelligently exercise their inherent political power.”

Speaking Monday night will be Mr. Jim Marshall, MA (Econ), MPA, is the former Chief of Staff at the Oklahoma Department of Labor. He presently teaches higher education Economics while earning his PHD.

Mr. Marshall has a great deal of experience with Open Records requests and has generously agreed to give those in attendance a lesson in how to avoid the worst pitfalls when doing these requests. I have known Jim for over 25 years and believe it will be most beneficial for all in attendance.

+ WEDNESDAY - OKC AREA - The Business and Professional chapter of

the John Birch Society will hold their monthly meeting this Wednesday, January 13th with breakfast served at 7:15 and the program starting at about 7:40 a.m.. The speaker will be the same person from Plano Texas that will be at the OCPAC meeting later at noon. Again, because of security reasons I can’t mention his name or the topic of discussion.

Most of those attending the breakfasts are different from those attending the OCPAC meetings. I do not know if his subject matter will be the same in the morning as at noon. I want to urge as many people as possible to attend and come a little early as the fellowship is always enjoyable very edifying. One more Item, the same speaker will be at Fairview Baptist Church, 6:30 p.m.. The Location is on the corner of Danforth and Sooner Road in Edmond. If you are not able to hear this important message at breakfast or at lunch, try to hear him at Fairview on Wednesday evening.

+ WEDNESDAY - TULSA AREA - The Tulsa County Republican Mens Club

will hold their regular monthly meeting on Wednesday, January 13th, 12 noon at the Hong Kong Restaurant, 7315 South Memorial Drive. Tim Gillespie, OCPAC’s speaker a couple of weeks ago, will be talking about the newly formed Second Amendment organization, OK2A. Tim really knew his information at OCPAC and I am glad he is getting to speak at this conservative club in Tulsa. Also speaking will be David McClain, an announced Republican candidate running to replace the liberal Joe Sweeden of Pawhuska. Senator Sweeden will be term limited out of office this year. For more information call Bob McDowell at (918) 481-1051.

+ THURSDAY - MOORE - The Sooner Republican Assembly (SRA) will meet

Thursday evening, January 14th, 6:00 p.m. at Earls Rib in Moore. The guest speaker will be Tony Lauringer, State Director for Oklahoman’s for Life, as well as a member of the board for the national organization. Mr. Lauringer will talk about this year’s up-coming pro- life agenda in the legislature, Rose Day and answer any questions about what might be done to protect the lives of the unborn. In addition, they will have some time set aside for the “BULLY PULPIT”.

During this time, anyone is allowed 2 minutes to say anything they want about any subject.


A week or more before Christmas I heard a caller on one of the nationally syndicated talk shows call in and talk about a supposedly conservative Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate in the State of Massachusetts. He is running against a liberal SEIU backed Democrat trying to become the permanent replacement for the “recently departed”

Ted Kennedy. I chuckled at the thought that a conservative could become a Republican candidate in Massachusetts, much less the idea that such a candidate would have as much of a chance at winning as a snowball lasting more than an hour in the deepest and hottest parts of hell.

Since, that time I have heard Mr. Brown interviewed several times and he sounds fairly conservative. Recent polls suggest the race is a dead heat as of this weekend. It seems, Republicans are very motivated, Democrats are not motivated and the large mass of Independents are very motivated and breaking two to one on behalf of Republican Scott Brown. Therefore, I decided to send a small contribution to Mr.

Brown’s campaign. Anyone wanting to do so may go to the following web- site to contribute:

The election is Tuesday, January 19th, just one week from Tuesday. If Brown should win, the evil Democrats will probably stall seating him as long as possible to have as much time as possible to pass their socialized health care bill as Mr. Brown has stated clearly he is opposed to such. Should he win, the next battle will be to get him seated quickly. Recently, a Democrat U.S. Representative was seated only two days after winning a special election in Massachusetts. If Mr. Brown can get to the Senate soon, he can be the deciding number to stop the socialist Democrat’s plans. If you intend to contribute, do so as quickly as possible so the Brown campaign can determine how to best use the money in the last few days of the election.


This past week at our meeting I received a handful of memberships and when I went by the post office our box was full of new memberships. I just haven’t had the time to log them all in and record them as yet, but the numbers are tremendous. Thanks to everyone for such a quick response. To join, please follow the instructions after my sign off.

As a point of interest, our speaker this past week, Mr. Tim Cox shared something with me before the meeting which didn’t surprise me too much, but I want to share it with everyone else. While I was telling him a little about OCPAC, he indicated in all of his travels, in at least 5 other states, perhaps as many as 7, people have asked him if he had ever heard of the group in Oklahoma called OCPAC? It surprised him and I believe made him all the more interested in coming to Oklahoma to attend one of our meetings.

I have never particularly been interested in OCPAC being known outside of Oklahoma. However, over recent years I have been asked to speak out of state on several occasions and with some frequency do nationally syndicated radio interviews or am interviewed for articles in national publications. I also receive e-mails with some frequency from people outside of Oklahoma. Therefore, I guess it shouldn’t be too surprising that we are becoming known by some outside of Oklahoma. It truly speaks to the consistency and support of the many people who invest time and finances into OCPAC and the consistency we have tried to maintain in our mission.

By the way, Mr. Cox is very bright, really knows the plan he has developed and at least in the short term has committed his life and finances to seeing it come about. I am still contemplating his ideas.

I am sure there will probably be many people in Oklahoma wanting to participate in the efforts of Goooh. We had a large crowd that turned out to hear him and he was well received, all of his books and materials were taken by those attending.

I look forward to seeing everyone this Wednesday morning at the Birch breakfast and at noon for OCPAC.

Charlie Meadows

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