Tuesday, September 25, 2012




Our 12 noon luncheon for Wednesday, September 26th will be held at
Italiano’s restaurant, 4801 North Lincoln in OKC. This will be our
final week for interviewing candidates and then next week we will vote
to determine which candidates we will support. In addition we will
also vote on some issues that will become positions that OCPAC
supports for the up-coming legislative session.


*  TUESDAY EVENING (tonight)  -  BIXBY AREA  -  Americans for
Prosperity invites folks to attend a special Back to School movie
night to honor Dr. Milton Friedman. The event will be at the Starworld
20 Theater in Bixby, 10301 S. Memorial Dr. from 7 to 9:00 p.m. The
movie will be: School Choice Myth Busters. This film will put to rest
many of the myths used by school choice opponents. The movie is free
with popcorn and a soft drink included. Here is the catch, there is
seating for only 100 people so you “must” RSVP: http;//
mythbustersmovie.eventbrite.com/.  Following the movie there will be a
panel discussion. Guest Panelists will be State Education Board Member
Bill Price, Myth Busters movie producer James Price, Representative
Jason Nelson (R-OKC) and Mark Lee Cantrell.

*  THURSDAY EVENING  -  MOORE AREA  -  The Sooner Republican Assembly
will host their monthly meeting this Thursday evening at Earls Rib in
Moore. Folks are urged to gather for dinner at 6, with the speaker
beginning at 6:45 p.m. This month’s speaker will be Dr. James Taylor
(JT), founder of R.I.O.T. (Radical, Interesting, Odd but Timely). J.T.
is a conservative black minister who is also a member of the Black
Robed Regiment. He has also produced a DVD called: A PEBBLE IN YOUR
SHOE - WHY I AM A REPUBLICAN. I have known J.T. for some time now and
plan to have him speak at a future OCPAC meeting.


I have been trying to warn folks that the State Chamber of Commerce in
on the road toward such political power as to control the state of
Oklahoma and its policies. Oklahomans for Sovereignty and Free
Enterprise www.oksafe.org posted part of a transcript on August 21st
of this year which came from recording Fred Morgan, executive director
of the Chamber and lobbyist Chad Warmington. They were speaking at a
“lunch time Legislative Wrap Up Meeting on Tuesday, July 17th of 2012,
at Northeastern State University, on the Broken Arrow Campus.

According to OKSAFE’s web-site:  “Both Morgan and Warmington make
statements that left little doubt as to the Chamber’s intentions,
revealing what most in the grassroots already knew - that the Chamber
is an agenda-driven institution, single-minded in its’ efforts to
advance corporate interests only, operating virtually without
conscious and with little or no regard to principle when it comes to
policy issues.” (I might suggest labeling that as being pragmatic
without morality) “They want what business wants. Period.”

“These Chamber representatives admit they actively find, recruit, and
run the campaigns of those candidates who will vote the way the
Chamber wants them to once elected. They call these their ‘pro-
business’ candidates. (For those out there who think there is a chance
your Chamber-supported candidate will actually represent the interests
of their home district, please understand - it doesn’t work that

“Fred Morgan, a former legislator/lobbyist, took over as Director of
the State Chamber a couple of years ago.

Morgan stated that before he came, “…we really weren’t very
politically engaged. But we know that in order to [unclear] that … we
know we need to be engaged and we need to be involved in the political
level as well. So we have engaged very heavily at the political
level.  It’s a lot easier to lobby a legislator who shares your ideas,
and your goals, and who knows something about business. And Chad is
going to go through a lot of the projects, kind of sum up our
political projects.”

According to Ok-SAFE, “The Chamber doesn’t want to waste a lot of time
working with legislators who may not agree with them, so they’ve
decided it’s better to pick and run their own guys.  This is called
‘being politically engaged in the process.’”

“Warmington admits, ’So we run campaigns, essentially, out of one side
of our shop.’ His power point presentation detailed the State
Chamber’s recent activities and projects on which they are focused.

Some of those activities include:

* Finding and recruiting candidates to run for office, regardless of
party affiliation
* Running campaigns, including mail pieces - positive for their pro-
business ’friends,’ and negative for their opponents, called either
’anti-business’ or ’trial lawyers’ - and radio and phone calls (live).
* Educating the candidates once elected so they’ll vote the right way,
called ’pro-business’
*Partnering with the Research Institute for Economic Development, or
RIED, a 20-year old special interest group, to rank legislators.  The
annual RIED Report claims to score legislators on ’business, jobs, and
economic development’, but the criteria used to rank them is virtually
* The use of The Political Intelligence Report, a subscription
information site to provide ’intelligence’ to their members.  The
Intelligence Report is also used to encourage or discourage campaign
contributions, among other things.
* The creation of ’We Are Watching Them’ website, for tracking votes
and detailing a ’top offenders’ list of legislators who don’t vote the
way the Chamber wants them to vote.
*  The creation of the Oklahoma Civil Justice Council, an evaluation
system to criticize judges who render decisions that the Chamber’s
corporate members don’t agree with. The criteria is based on whether
the judge’s decision ’expanded or contracted’ liability for
businesses.  This recently-created Council has been criticized by Rep.
John Bennett, a conservative legislator, who pointed out that judges
are supposed to be impartial.  Bennett in turn is being targeted by
the State Chamber for being ’anti-business.’”

OKSAFE goes on to say:  “Warmington was quite enthusiastic over the
Chamber’s agenda - and without conscious, it seems, when it comes to
how the Chamber conducts campaigns for their chosen candidates. He
never once mentioned the character assassination the Chamber engaged
in while ’defending’ their ’pro-business friends’ during the recent
elections. Think this didn’t happen? Just ask Pastor Paul Blair of
Edmond, OK who ran against the Chamber’s buddy Senator Clark Jolley,
or Kevin McDugle of Tulsa who took on the progressive Senator Brian
Crain in the primary elections this year. The State Chamber
demonstrated they have no scruples when it comes to getting what they
want - and removing obstacles that get in their way.” Both the audio
and transcript of that meeting are available on the OKSAFE web-site.

Following are some Chamber Meeting Quotes:

“This ain’t your granddaddy’s State Chamber.” “… we have engaged very
heavily at the political level.”

“What we decided is that we couldn’t just wait and hope and pray that
good legislators showed up at the Capitol… so we run campaigns,
essentially, out of one side of our shop… we don’t care what party
you’re from,…”

“We have our legislative agenda…. [A]nd if they’re voting against the
legislation the business community wants they you’re, you get a bad

“How do I get off your list?” And I said, “It’s very easy, just kinda
vote your way off the list… if you vote the right way, you’ll get off
the list.”

“I mean, we absolutely helped switch votes.”

“Oklahoma Civil Justice Council is not directly related to the
Legislature, it’s another project we wanted to point out. We’re doing
the same thing with Judges and we’ve caught a little bit of heat for
it. It’s a brand new project that Fred uh, has, uh, been spearheading…
And we’re going to do the same job of evaluation system on Judges and
all we’re going to judge Judges on are, do they expand or contract
liability for businesses…?”

“But part of the problem is we spend all of our time to recruit good
business candidates, we get them elected, we get them educated, we get
them to vote the right way on a bill, and then the bill goes to the
Supreme Court and gets struck down… we’ve got some work to do making
sure that the business community…understand who these Judges are…”
“Representative Bennett came out and criticized us for having the gall
to evaluate judges…”

“ So, again, this is the, the RIED Score, many of you have seen it. It
lists who got what… so again, we go back to party affiliation, we
don’t care what party you’re from - we just care that you’re voting
for business.”

Now folks this next quote, I believe from Chad, is the most revealing
of them all:  “Uh, and for us, you know, political guys, you know, a
lot of times we, you know, the legislature spends a lot of time
talking about things that just don’t matter - I mean, they want to
talk about tax cuts and all that stuff… So we’re going to have to
figure out… how to help, uh, refocus maybe the legislators’ attention
on things that are actually going to create jobs, versus worrying
about tax cuts and tax credits and stuff like that.”

Between all the “uhs”, “you knows” and “I means” if you need any help
reading between the lines may I suggest the following: First off look
at the arrogance, how their attitude toward lawmakers is like subjects
to control, to pull their strings and make them dance when the Chamber
plays the music. Secondly, going back to TABOR (TAxpayers Bill Of
Rights) as well as other efforts to reduce the cost of government to
the taxpayer, I have noticed it is often the very wealthy, the State
Chamber types, who are opposed to such efforts. In fact, often times
you will find this same crowd involved in efforts to raise taxes or
fees such as the effort a few years back to increase the fee we pay
when we purchase a gallon of gas or diesel, so additional monies could
be used to re-build more roads and bridges (With the take over by the
Republicans, that is now occurring without a fee or tax increase, much
to the chagrin of Tulsa’s David Blatt and the leftist think thank he
heads up).

Why does this bunch oppose tax cuts and often times support tax or fee
increases? I believe it is primarily because of their view on
economics. Regardless of what they say, I don’t believe they are
really supporters of “free market capitalism”. Their ideology leans
more toward a belief in “fascist capitalism” and or “socialist
capitalism.” Socialist capitalism is where the government owns
businesses such as the Reed Center in MWC and its adjoining hotel and
restaurant, or the water park in Edmond, as well as the Chesapeake
Energy Arena and the Thunder’s practice facility in OKC (before the
taxpayers built the $19 million practice facility near Britton Road
and the Broadway extension which is leased for $100,000 per year which
will take 190 years for OKC to re-coup its investment, the Thunder had
its own practice facility on North Lincoln which they owned for about
3 or 4 million dollars) all owned by the city of OKC and leased
through sweet-heart deals to those who use them.

Under fascist capitalism, the government doesn’t own businesses, they
just favor or control them through regulations, subsidies, grants, tax
credits or other kick-back schemes as well as determining who gets the
approved opportunities and locations for their businesses. These are
primarily re-distribution of wealth schemes, often times re-
distributing the wealth of the middle class to the very wealthy. Free
market capitalism struggles to survive against this un-fair

Bottom line, if you are going to give away a lot of money to
businesses (hundreds of millions of dollars each year) you can NOT
allow your tax base to get too low. You must keep it sufficiently high
to have enough money to give away. This system is highly immoral and
it is a system that also may facilitate the less than the best to rise
to the top as well as creating animosities between the citizens and
competitors in business.

We all want a vibrant economy, good jobs and professions for ourselves
and our children as well as an appealing place for good people in
other states to migrate to Oklahoma. Therefore, the question is, do we
try to have a free market environment with a low tax base and minimal
regulations or do we keep a high tax base with a lot of regulations
where government, not the market is picking the winners and losers? I
believe the State Chamber’s philosophy’s is the latter, after all,
they like helping their buddies and themselves other peoples money.

With all that said, we were recently approached by the State Chamber
and asked to help with passage of State Question 766, an effort to
prevent a tax on businesses, harmful to businesses. The Chamber is
right on this one and when they are right, we will join hands with
them, but when they are wrong, we will oppose them.


Over the past few weeks I have been suggesting that the Oklahoman has
been returning to its more conservative history on the editorial
page.  Actually they have been writing a lot of good columns, but
recently they really messed up. Yes, I was on vacation for 15 days,
but I eventually get caught up with the 5 newspapers I read and low
and behold, September 1st was a very ugly day for the Oklahoman’s
editorial page. The editorial in question is not long. I will put my
opinion comments in italics and in parenthesis.

“Election Message”

Taking advantage of President Barack Osama’s  “you didn’t build that”
comment, Republicans repeatedly highlighted entrepreneurs and the
reality of achieving the American dream during the party’s national
convention. The national GOP clearly wants to be seen as a defender of
free markets and the ability of one man or woman with an idea to
succeed.  Locally, Republican voters endorsed that message by electing
Mark McBride to a state House seat in Moore. McBride, who owns a
roofing and construction business, replaces state Rep. randy Terrill,
a Republican known for anti-business obsessions.

(First off, I am very glad Mark McBride won his race, he was also
backed by OCPAC. However, in all the years I have known Randy Terrill,
which is before he was even in the legislature, I have never known him
to have any anti-business ideas, much less anti-business obsessions.
If my memory serves me correctly, Randy was a major force in
eliminating some of the franchise taxes on small businesses and a huge
supporter of the reductions in the state income tax rates, both pro
business efforts. I suspect what the Oklahoman is talking about were
Randy’s efforts to pass HB 1804, the legislation to deal with the
invasion of illegal aliens into our state.

If the Oklahoman thinks it is pro-business to risk radically changing
our culture, eventually creating sufficient numbers of minority voters
nation wide to make sure Democrats like Obama will eventually be un-
beatable, if they are willing to sacrifice our national sovereignty
for cheap labor, then they are some sick puppies. None of those three
serious issues are pro-business in the long run and that doesn’t even
take into account the stressrd on our jobs for citizens, health care,
education, welfare or jail and prison systems that we have to deal
with today).

McBride’s runoff opponent was backed by the Sooner Tea Party, a
splinter group that (unlike the national tea party movement) tends to
view individuals’ business success as suspect or worse.

(The Sooner Tea Party probably attaches itself to candidates in many
cases without being asked and since they are a splinter group, why
even bring them up? They are ineffective and more likely to be the
kiss of death for a candidate rather than a help. I have no use for
the Sooner Tea Party or its leader Al Gerhart, but I will say this, Al
is a hard working small businessman that I have never known to be
against business success as long as those achieving success did so
according to the principles of the free market and did not break the
law to achieve their success).

McBrides win is a victory for free-market viewpoints in the Oklahoma
GOP, and a rebuke to the Occupy Wall Street-style hysteria some sought
to embed in Republican circles.”

(I am sorry, but that statement is foolish on its face. In the past I
have stated my belief that Mark’s opponent wasn’t in control of her
emotions sufficiently to be a good lawmaker. As wild as her attacks
were at some times, she wasn’t anywhere near to promoting the extreme
leftist ideas of the Occupy movement. Among all the occupy movement
stooges in Oklahoma, I doubt you could find a single person in that
effort registered as a Republican.

Randy Terrill’s political fortunes, as far as holding office again,
have probably been irreparably harmed. But, he has done much more for
the State of Oklahoma and its citizens that deserves honor than he has
done that deserves ridicule. This editorial by the Oklahoman was off
base and over the top in my opinion. Hopefully they will avoid this
kind of tripe in the future and get back to writing quality


As of last Wednesday, OCPAC has 242 dues paying members which is ahead
of last year’s membership of 217. The largest number of memberships
come from OKC, with Edmond a close second and then Tulsa is in 3rd
place. For your interest the following is a list of other towns or
cities across Oklahoma with dues paying members, they are not in any
order: Moore, Holdenville, Blanchard, Shawnee, Harrah, Calvin, Konawa,
Hooker, Seminole, Jones, Norman, Meridian, Midwest City, Duncan,
Broken Bow, Broken Arrow, Del City, Guthrie, Yukon, Ponca City,
Stratford, Alva, Lawton, Mustang, Luther, Choctaw, Newkirk,
Bartlesville, Ada, Purcell, Warr Acres, Owasso, Nichols Hills, Macomb,
Wyandotte, Sapulpa, Newcastle and Arapaho.

As you can see, we have members from the Southeast to the Panhandle
and from the Northeast to the Southwest as well as many points in-
between. OCPAC is truly a statewide organization with dues paying
members from all over that state, many of whom can seldom if ever
attend our meetings, but they know we support quality candidates from
all over the state in our effort to make Oklahoma a more conservative

One of the reasons for such support, it that none of your
contributions are eaten up by staff as we are all volunteer, and very
little is spent on overhead. Yet we do the hard work of trying to
ferret out the true conservatives from the moderates or even RINO’s.
Unless you are willing to do that work for yourself, may I suggest
your support for conservatism through OCPAC. If you have not joined
OCPAC for this year, please consider doing so by Wednesday the 3rd of
October. After our members present at our meeting vote to determine
which candidates we have been interviewing are to receive our support,
we will get checks out to them with haste so they have the time to
plan on how to best use that money. Instructions on how to join are

I look forward to seeing everyone this Wednesday.

Charlie Meadows

Monday, September 17, 2012




Our 12 noon luncheon for Wednesday, September 19th will be held at
Italiano’s restaurant, 4801 North Lincoln in OKC. We have invited 6
candidates (some do not come) to our meeting this Wednesday as we
continue interviewing candidates for the state legislature. We will
have one more week for interviews and then on October 3rd our dues
paying members as of September 19 who attend the meeting on the 3rd
will vote to determine which of the candidates we have been
interviewing will receive our support.


*  MONDAY EVENING  -  HOLDENVILLE AREA  -  I will be speaking at a
meeting of the Hughes County Republican party in Holdenville, Monday
evening, September 17th, 6:00 p.m. at the First United Bank. I want to
invite folks in the area who receive this e-mail to come and introduce
themselves to me, I really enjoy getting to meet you. Because
September 17th is Constitution Day, I will be handing out a copy of
the Declaration of Independence, U.S. Constitution, Bill of Rights and
the remaining amendments to the Constitution to everyone in

*  FRIDAY AT NOON  -  OKC AREA  -  The High Noon club will continue
its celebration of the Constitution this Friday, September 21 as they
welcome their speaker Charles Knight, founder of “The 57th Patriot”
alliance. The mission of the 57th Patriot is to promote an
understanding of the Founding Documents. The guiding purpose is to
Restore - Recover - Rebuild:  Restore the Constitutional Republic,
Recover our Founder’s Principles, and Rebuild America’s Excellence.
The 57th Patriot’s focus is on the Declaration of Independence,
viewing it as the “mission statement” of our Republic. The meeting
starts at 12 noon and is located at H&H Range, 400 South Vermont,
Suite 110 in OKC.

*  FRIDAY EVENING  -  NORMAN AREA  -  The Norman Tea Party will
sponsor a global intelligence briefing titled: What’s Really Happening
in the World, at the First Assembly of God Church, 2500 E. Lindsey
Street, starting at 7:30 p.m.  Speaking will be Mr. Herb Meyer, host
and producer of the DVD, The Siege of Western Civilization, which
outlines the threats to our security, our economy and our culture. His
DVD has become an international best seller.

During the Reagan administration, Herb served as Special Assistant to
the Director of Central Intelligence and Vice Chairman of the CIA’s
National Intelligence Council. In these positions, he managed
production of the U.S. National Intelligence Estimates and other top
secret projections for the President and his national security
advisers. Herb is widely credited with being the first senior U.S.
Government official to forecast the collapse of the Soviet Union -- a
forecast for which he later was awarded the U.S. National Intelligence
Distinguished Service Medal, which is the Intelligence Communities’
highest honor.

Herb’s essays on Intelligence and Politics have been published in The
Wall Street Journal, National Review Online, Policy Review and The
American Thinker. He is the author of two new eBooks:  How to Analyze
Information - A Step-by-Step Guide to Life’s Most Vital Skill, and The
Cure for Poverty, which explains how the Free Market works and how
entrepreneurs create jobs. Herb is a frequent guest on leading
television and radio talk shows.

I strongly suspect he is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations
(CFR). Therefore, it will be most interesting to hear his views on
what is going on in the world today and what might be some of his
proposed solutions for actions to be taken by the U.S. government.


WARNING !  If you are opposed to profiling, stereotyping, being
excessively tolerant or offended by verbiage that wouldn’t meet the
criteria for being politically correct, you might not want to read
this section of this week’s e-mail. Because I fully intend to be
offensive in these areas as I practice our American tradition and
constitutional right to speak my opinions freely.

I was probably first introduced to middle eastern folks while at OSU
in the middle to late 60s. Many of the foreign students on campus at
that time were from Iran (Iranian’s are Persian rather than Arab). As
time has gone on I have met many people from the middle east and have
traveled to Jordan as well as Israel. While in Jerusalem, we were
invited to the home of a wealthy Arab-Muslim businessman and his
brother for a wonderful dinner.  During the 80’s I used to attend
international meetings every Friday evening at OCU until the time we
moved to Logan county where I got too busy to continue to attend.

At those international meetings we met many middle eastern students,
most of which were adults who were studying at the FAA center at Will
Rogers World Airport. For about a year and a half Linda and I took it
upon ourselves to show many of these students aspects of life in
Oklahoma. We took these students to rodeos, baseball games, Indian
City USA, Frontier City and many other places. Some of those I
remember the best from the middle east were from Libya, Egypt, Syria
and Saudi Arabia.

I have said all that to say that over time I have been an observer of
Arabs, Persians and Muslims and in recent years have studied their
violent history and religion. However, I don’t want to suggest I am an
expert who fully understands the middle eastern mind. But through my
observations I have come to some conclusions.

Anytime you speak of profiling or stereotyping people you run the risk
of being labeled a racist, trust me, I don’t care, that doesn’t bother
me. Anytime you speak of a people as a group or in generalities there
will always be those exceptions to the rule. With that in mind, let me
say my observations of many Arab people leave me to believe that they
have a tendency to be highly excitable, emotional and irrational. If
you add the religion of Islam to that mix, it tends to exaggerate
those descriptions.

Islam is one of the world’s great religions by the measure of the
large number of adherents to it. However, I don’t believe Islam, in
its substance, is a great religion. I once heard a speaker describe it
as not being a religion at all but rather a mental illness.

In our world of political correctness, some people who don’t want to
be considered as insensitive to other people’s religion, have a
problem with the radical elements of Islam and tend to strongly insist
there is a difference between radical Islam and Muslim moderates.
While that is a distinction to be considered, just remember, the
religion of Islam produces its radicals. In fact I have often said the
major problem with Islam are its fundamentalists, where the major
problem with Christianity are its moderates or a lack of

The many violent events over the past few days over the supposedly
offensive DVD which supposedly denigrates Islam (I haven’t seen it and
could care less what is in it) goes toward proving my observations
about many Arabs and Muslims.

Therefore, I have come to the conclusion that for the most part Arab
nations or nations with a majority of Muslims are incapable of self
government. As a result, they will always be governed by a strong
handed dictator or a strong handed religious leader whether or not
those leaders are in power through the dangerous form of government
known as a “democracy” or some other means. The form of government
they are incapable of having is a constitutional republic, a form of
government that will govern a populace with sufficient control to
maintain order while at the same time allowing for the maximum amount
of liberty.

Therefore, in my opinion, all our efforts since 9-11-2001 to help
establish a self government style of government in nations like Iraq
and Afghanistan have been and will continue to be futile! I am now of
the opinion that we probably should have gone into Afghanistan after
those who attacked us with punishing force, eliminate Osama Ben Laden
and his network and then have left the country in whatever kind of
rubble that we caused as we returned home.

I do believe there is a day coming when we will pull out of that
region and when we do we will find that all of our efforts to help
them form self government will have gone for naught. The goal of Islam
for world domination is a serious threat to world peace as well as a
serious threat to the United States. I believe it is a threat to our
nation from without as well as from within our nation.

Twice before in world history Islam has been stopped from their goal
of world domination by being defeated on the battle field and that is
probably the way it will have to be done this time if their goals are
to again be stopped. However, they will not be stopped by trying to
help them establish self government for they are not capable of that
form of government. Then, on the other hand, should the people of
America re-elect President Obama, I question whether or not we are any
longer capable of self government?


This past Thursday night, Russ Reinhardt, one of my best friends and
in many ways a mentor to me, passed away in Little Rock Arkansas.
Almost 6 years ago Russ was diagnosed with bone cancer and lived more
than twice the time Doctors expected for him to live. There will be a
memorial service for him this Saturday, September 22nd, 1:30 p.m. at
Fairview Baptist Church in Edmond (the Southeast corner of Sooner Road
and Danforth).

I first met Russ and Debra about 18 years ago while he was teaching a
Constitution class at Henderson Hill Baptist Church in Edmond. Not too
long after that Russ and Deb moved to Salida Colorado and built their
dream home in the mountains. Even though they have lived out of state
over the past 15 or so years, Russ has always been a faithful member
of OCPAC ever since its inception.

I will be doing the eulogy to him during Saturday’s memorial service
so I am not going to go into a lot of detail here. However, I do want
to say there was a time he was a dedicated liberal, but as so often,
when a person has a truly dramatic born again experience and begins to
read God’s Word, that person’s world view changes and they become a
constitutional conservative.

Russ had a great analytical mind, a passion to serve God and a love
for the principles that this nation was founded upon. Part of his
service to God was by being a cultural warrior to try and return this
nation and its people to those founding principles.

Russ had been a very successful businessman and was able to retire at
about age 50. In his retirement years he put his time and resources
into efforts he believed in and they were always very patriotic. I am
going to miss him a great deal. If you were to look in a dictionary at
the word patriot, it would be appropriate to have a picture of Russ
next to the definition.

Speaking of Patriotism, Linda and I saw the movie THE LAST OUNCE OF
COURAGE this past Friday night. It was great, very moving and it
certainly inspires courage. My friend Russ would have loved this
movie. He won’t be able to see it, but the rest of can as it opened in
about 1500 movie theaters this weekend. It should have done well
enough at the box office to stay in theaters for several weeks. I urge
folks to make every effort to go and see this movie, contemplate its
message and then ask God how you might best respond to its message.

I look forward to seeing everyone this Wednesday.

Charlie Meadows