Thursday, November 21, 2019

House of Representatives Sneaks Reauthorization of Patriot Act Into Continuing Resolution

House of Representatives Sneaks Reauthorization of Patriot Act Into Continuing Resolutionhouse-of-representatives-sneaks-reauthorization-of-patriot-act-into-continuing-resolution

The House of Representatives continues the game of kicking the can down the road with temporary spending bills, only this time they slipped in an extension of the liberty-killing Patriot Act.



Steve Byas at New American
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.

Democrats Attack Trump, Support More Spending in Atlanta Debate

Democrats Attack Trump, Support More Spending in Atlanta Debatedemocrats-attack-trump-support-more-spending-in-atlanta-debate

The Democratic presidential debate held Wednesday night in Atlanta had two main points. One, that Trump is a liar and a criminal and needs to be impeached, and two, big government is the answer to all our problems.



Steve Byas at New American
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.

Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Buttigieg’s Rise in Polls Changes Democrat Race for President

Buttigieg’s Rise in Polls Changes Democrat Race for Presidentbuttigieg-s-rise-in-polls-changes-democrat-race-for-president

The unexpected surge in the polls for South Bend mayor Pete Buttigieg says a lot about the weakness of the Democratic field for president.



Steve Byas at New American
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.

Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Professor’s Lawsuit in Oklahoma Illustrates the Liberal Bias of American Universities

Professor’s Lawsuit in Oklahoma Illustrates the Liberal Bias of American Universitiesprofessor-s-lawsuit-in-oklahoma-illustrates-the-liberal-bias-of-american-universities

Lawsuit alleges that support for President Trump was punished at Oklahoma State University, for simply working for the Trump administration.



Steve Byas at New American
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.

Monday, November 18, 2019

California Liberals Financing Effort to Pass Plan in Colorado to Gut Electoral College

California Liberals Financing Effort to Pass Plan in Colorado to Gut Electoral Collegecalifornia-liberals-financing-effort-to-pass-plan-in-colorado-to-gut-electoral-college

Concerned that the voters of Colorado will vote to keep the present Electoral College system of electing a president, liberals in California are pouring hundreds of thousands of dollars into Colorado.



Steve Byas at New American
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.

Monday, November 11, 2019

Tillerson and Kelly Tried to Undermine Trump, Haley Reveals in New Book

Tillerson and Kelly Tried to Undermine Trump, Haley Reveals in New Booktillerson-and-kelly-tried-to-undermine-trump-haley-reveals-in-new-book

Former Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley observed the undermining of President Trump first-hand, coming from former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and former White House Chief of Staff John Kelly.



Steve Byas at New American
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.

Constitutional Scholars Downplay Impeachability of Trump Phone Call

Constitutional Scholars Downplay Impeachability of Trump Phone Callconstitutional-scholars-downplay-impeachability-of-trump-phone-call

The Constitution gives four reasons for impeachment — and constitutional scholars say nothing in the Trump phone call falls within those four reasons.



Steve Byas at New American
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.