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OKG Newsletter

Topic: agenda 21

Black helicopter alert!


Gazette staff
You know what no state says? “Let’s be more like Alabama.”
Wednesday, October 31, 2012

‘21’ ain’t just blackjack, folks


Gazette staff
A few weeks ago, Chicken-Fried News profiled an effort by state Rep. Sally Kern, R-Oklahoma City, to push a bill prohibiting state and local governments from participating in the implementation of United Nations initiative — here we will speak in an ominous whisper — Agenda 21.
Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Whole lotta crazy going on


Kurt Hochenauer
There’s enough extreme ideological legislation floating around the state Capitol right now to make a decent reality television show.
Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Agenda agitation


Gazette staff
UPDATE: The anti-Agenda 21 bill passed the state House and is headed to the Senate.

Conspiracy-minded Oklahomans soon may be free to remove their tinfoil hats! House Bill 1412, a measure designed to protect the state from the United Nations’ insidious Agenda 21 sustainability initiative, has passed its first legislative hurdle.
Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Advocacy or extortion?

A Tea Party leader is investigated for a threatening email to a state senator.


Tim Farley
UPDATE: Oklahoma County District Attorney David Prater has charged Gerhart with one count of blackmail and two counts of violation of the Oklahoma Computer Crimes Act.

A Sooner Tea Party co-founder is under investigation in connection with intimidating political tactics directed toward a state senator.
Thursday, April 4, 2013

Threatening email

A Sooner Tea Party leader is charged with blackmail.


Tim Farley
Oklahoma County prosecutors today charged Sooner Tea Party co-founder Al Gerhart with blackmailing a state senator over legislation that Gerhart supported.
Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Unlikely allies

Facing criminal blackmail charges, a state Tea Party leader enlists the help of Oklahoma’s ACLU.


Brendan Hoover
Sooner Tea Party co-founder Al Gerhart has a surprising new ally in his defense against state blackmail charges stemming from a threatening email he sent to a state senator. Citing First Amendment concerns, the Oklahoma chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union has agreed to aid the carpenter-turned-political-activist who pleaded not guilty.
Wednesday, July 31, 2013