Sunday, August 18, 2019

Four Report Cards On The Legislature


In this installment of 3D Politics Live..

- There are now 4 statewide report cards to gauge the performance of the Oklahoma legislature.
  1. Freedom Index scores a lawmaker's actions and the impact on individual freedoms.
  2. The REID Index scores a lawmaker's voting impact on economic development, especially for big business.
  3. The Trump Index compares a lawmaker's actions to the agenda of President Trump.
  4. And the 41st annual Conservative Index measures the lawmaker's efforts with traditional conservatism and Christian values.
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Friday, August 16, 2019

Fencer Rides The Fence On Patriotism


In this installment of 3D Politics Live..

-- A young athlete begs to join the USA Fencing team, then breaks his contract by disrespecting the flag while taking a gold medal.
Did he take away from his teammate's achievements?
Will he be banned from future inclusion on national squads?

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Epstein Story: We Ain't Buying It


In this installment of 3D Politics Live..


-  With memories of the Godfather movies, we see a death happen in federal custody and nothing seems to make sense. 
Did Epstein pull off a Pentangeli? 
Did someone help him? 
Did someone coerce him?

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Thursday, August 15, 2019

Walmart Fails A 2nd Amendment Audit


In this installment of 3D Politics Live..
- from Springfield, MO


-A local young man decides to conduct an audit on 2nd Amendment rights in retail stores. Walmart and the local police fail to meet his expectations.

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Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Scooter Crimes & Tragedies In Tulsa

In this installment of 3D Politics Live..
- Tulsa city leaders want to ban kids from using scooters, but not motorcycles 

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Tuesday, August 13, 2019

More Disorderly Republican Lawmakers

In this installment of 3D Politics Live..

- Dean Davis & Bryce Marlatt Fail to keep the cops off their backs.
- Will it impact the Republican brand?

- Should a medical challenge be an excuse for drinking and driving late on a Saturday night, then speeding down a dark & narrow road?
 Will 90 days in jail cure a former senator's love of liquor?


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Epstein Mystery Plots, What Not To Wear At Walmart, When Not To Drive In Oklahoma - full show


In this installment of 3D Politics Live..

- Epstein Mystery Plots, What Not To Wear At Walmart, When Not To Drive In Oklahoma - full show
  With memories of the Godfather movies, we see a death happen in federal custody and nothing seems to make sense.
- A local young man decides to conduct an audit on 2nd Amendment rights in retail stores. Walmart and the local police fail to meet his expectations.
- Tulsa city leaders want to ban under-16 kids from using scooters, but state law says a 14 year old can be licensed to drive motorcycles.
- Dean Davis & Bryce Marlatt Fail to keep the cops off their backs. Will it impact the Republican brand?
- A young athlete begs to join the USA Fencing team, then breaks his contract by disrespecting the flag while taking a gold medal
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Friday, August 9, 2019

Family Response To Mental Illness


In this installment of 3D Politics Live..
- With many wondering how a mentally unstable youth could avoid psychiatric intervention despite the history, we talk about the difficulty of families to act, once the individual turns 18.

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Thursday, August 8, 2019

El Paso Manifesto Decoded


In this installment of 3D Politics Live..
- We scoured the full volume of the El Paso shooter's manifesto & spelled out the contradictions that recur throughout the 6 pages.

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Wednesday, August 7, 2019

Democrats Redefine God

In this installment of 3D Politics Live..
- After Round Two of the Democrat Debates, Tom asks the Davids what the importance of God is to a nation's future.

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Tuesday, August 6, 2019

Marijuana Law Updates



In this installment of 3D Politics Live..
- Several developments are happening in the state's new Medical Marijuana Law.

  1. Pawhuska Hemp Truck Case Falls Apart.
  2. Licensed Patients May Soon Have Medical Data Published In Law Enforcement Databases.
  3. Arkansas Medical Marijuana Fails Miserably, in Comparison To Oklahoma.

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Democrats Find More Human Rights To More Stuff


In this installment of 3D Politics Live..
- Tom opens the weekly live show with a recap of all the declared human rights that twenty-something Democrats are just now discovering in the US Constitution.

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Monday, August 5, 2019

Manifesto Deciphered, Marijuana Patients Sue the State, - Full Show

In this installment of 3D Politics Live..


  • -Healthcare Nonsense: How can healthcare be a natural right, without enslaving our medical staff?
  • Dem Debate Dementia: the candidates are trying to see who can give away the most stuff!
  •  Manifesto Deciphered: We take an in-depth look at the El Paso Manifesto and discredit the gunman's bizarre arguments.
  •  Marijuana Patients Sue the State: The OMMA is trying to expose the medical records of all 162,000 patients to every law enforcement agency.


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Saturday, August 3, 2019

Cannabis Follies & Futures

In this installment of 3D Politics Live..
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  David Van reviews a couple stories from Sooner Politics, detailing the poorly designed oversight of the new and exploding Cannabis industry.  

Sales Reps Face Jail Because of Gaps In Oklahoma Law

 We also discuss the first reported case of law enforcement calling citizens to ask them to come get their marijuana back.

Sheriff Admits Mistake, Returns Legal Marijuana, But No Apology?


These stories demonstrate the dangers of too much govt. control and lack of law enforcement training.

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Friday, August 2, 2019

Oklahoma's Extremely Severe Sentencing Laws

In this installment of 3D Politics Live..
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  A 70 year old Tulsa man just pleaded guilty to embezzling more than $420,000 from his employer, American Parking. It was largely done through paperwork fraud and approving payments to an account of an unnamed 3rd party. This made BancFirst a named victim and made it eligible for federal courts to punish. He pled guilty and will be sentenced on October 23rd, in Tulsa.
  This scenario is very similar to the high profile case of former senator Rick Brinkley, who embezzled $1.8Million from his employer, the Tulsa Better Business Bureau. Over a 10 year period, Brinkley used BBB funds to cover his gambling addiction at Oklahoma Indian Casinos. Those casinos will not be required to return any of the stolen money, that we are aware of.
 Brinkley spent just over 3 years in federal confinement and got to stay at a federal prison here in Oklahoma (El Rino). When we break down the scale of crime:punishment, each $100K in embezzlement netted just 2 months of incarceration. It's what we call "the Brinkley standard". If Tulsa federal courts are at all consistent, Jerry Wiley will serve less than 9 months in federal lock up for the entirety of his crimes. Read more, here.

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The Garlic Massacre & Govt.-Created Killing Fields

In this installment of 3D Politics Live..
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David Oldham gives us background info on his old 'stomping ground, in "Comm-nifornia". He talks about the local garlic industry and the festival which promotes agriculture. Then we ask about moral duties to to protect ourselves and others who cannot protect themselves. We discuss the risks of entering a gun-free zone.

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Thursday, August 1, 2019

Dambroso's Halftime Rant On Borders, Baltimore, & Bigots

In this installment of 3D Politics Live..

-Dambroso Reflections and comments from our live audience. He talks about the hot national news stories on Border actions and Baltimore comparisons.

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License Required For Free Speech & Water Stands?

In this installment of 3D Politics Live..

  -Is a verbal offer to sell a product or service... protected free speech?
 Can a city charge a fee to individuals who sell on the sidewalk?
  We look back at an incident from 6 years ago, in Las Vegas media. Here's what the metro police posted, this week.

 “The LVMPD PIO has received a number of requests reference a video circulating on social media of a water seller being taken into custody,” said a statement released Monday by Metro.
‘The video is from an incident in July 2013 which was fully investigated by LVMPD Internal Affairs. The investigation showed no policy violations occurred. In addition a lawsuit filed by the individual in the video was dismissed by the courts.
“Please note per Clark County Code 6.04.130 it is illegal to sell any merchandise, goods, items, wares or services on any portion of a public right-of-way. The officers involved in this incident were conducting a lawful investigation of an individual selling items on a portion of a public right-of way.”
  The arrest occurred a year before the chokehold death of Eric Garner, a black man selling cigarettes, by New York Police Department Officer Daniel Pantaleo. Garner’s dying words — “I can’t breathe” — became a national rallying cry against police brutality.

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