Gary Richardson to speak on turnpikes at GOP meeting
Tulsa attorney Gary Richardson will speak to the Tulsa County Men’s Republican Club at noon Feb. 13.
Richardson will discuss turnpikes in Oklahoma. That was a part of campaign for governor in 2002.
The Tulsa Republican Men’s Club meets on the second Wednesday of month at noon at the Hibachi Grill on 74th Place on Memorial Drive.
Mark E. Kreslins, president and CEO of RRG, will speak to the club on March 13. Beginning in the mid-1980s, he worked as a senior legislative assistant and was exposed firsthand to the problems and deceit on Capitol Hill. Having participated in many unconstitutional and anti-constitutional actions while working the Hill, he knows all about the sausage-making process from an insider’s viewpoint.
A provocative writer and speaker, Kreslins has been a regular contributor to Fox News, and appeared on CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360 program. He’s written numerous articles and has been profiled in a variety of publications over the years. Most recently, he has been co-host to a weekend broadcast, The Forgotten Men (Am 930, WFMD).
“As a Christian, I can see no better use of time for me and my wife as we enter this season of life than to fully engage in the liberty movement,” he said. “We have four children that are counting on us for a real change instead of immorally saddling them with a debt they cannot pay. ”
Craig Roberts (www.riflewarrior.com), an author, a Vietnam veteran, a pilot, a career police officer (retired after 27 years), a sailor and a HAM radio operator, has been scheduled to speak.
Roberts has written JFC: The Dead Witness; The Medusa File; Kill Zone: A Sniper Looks at Dealey Plaza; Police Sniper; and others.
Roberts wrote a report on the Oklahoma City bombing. Roberts was the team leader in the Mayes County underwater search and recovery team and is the chief instructor at Cedar Creek Firearms Training Academy. He is also a cancer survivor.
The luncheon is open to the public.