Geo-Fencing Coming Soon?

By Kenny Bob Tapp

If you’ve been on the outskirts of Boise City, Oklahoma recently you may have seen a white camper trailer with cameras and other devices attached. The trailer had the Oklahoma Highway Patrol logo on the side. I saw it on Highway 56 for a couple days and then saw it on South Highway 287.
The camper trailer is part of a test program by ODOT to detect how many trucks travel on our highways to see if perhaps a geo-fence could be placed around Boise City. Supposedly if a geo-fence were in place it could detect semi load weights and allow some freight traffic the luxury to avoid turning off to the Port of Entry for inspection.

What is Geo-Fencing?


“A geofence is a virtual fence or perimeter around a physical location. Like a real fence, a geofence creates a separation between that location and the area around it. Unlike a real fence, it can also detect movement inside the virtual boundary.

It can be any size or shape, even a straight line between two points.

Geofences are created using mapping software, which allow the user to draw the geofence over the desired geographic area. It is made up of a collection of coordinates (i.e., latitude and longitude) or in the case of a circular geofence one point that forms the center.

Geofence use cases

When integrated with fleet management and telematics solutions, geofences can be used to alert you via text message in near real time if a vehicle or valuable piece of equipment with a GPS tracker attached is removed from your yard without your authorization. Or it could notify you if a drone enters a restricted airspace.”

While geo-fencing may serve as a convenience for freight companies, livestock haulers, etc., we must ask at what price? Though this technology may have its conveniences it could eventually be used for tracking and movement of everyone. We are definitely moving further into the time of Big Brother, A Brave New World.

Your inalienable rights enshrined in the 4th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution that protect your right to privacy and to be secure in your persons and papers are basically a thing of the past. May we be ever vigilant.

Oklahoma’s Pro-Abortion Bill (SB 834)

The Oklahoma Senate Health and Human Services Committee passed SB 834 by (r)epublican, Senator Julie Daniels last week:

SB 834 protects abortion in four ways:

Sen. Julie Daniels

  1. 1. Place exceptions into Oklahoma’s abortion law that would allow for the murder of children conceived in rape and incest.
  1. 2. Legalize self-managed abortion in Oklahoma by repealing Oklahoma Statute §63-1-73.
  2. 3. Protect abortifacient drugs.
  3. 4. Protect any “act related to in vitro fertilization,” which includes the act of discarding “low-grade embryos.”

With the Repeal of Roe V Wade last summer one would assume Oklahoma legislators would keep their pledge and abolish abortion. On the contrary, the legislature has refused to take up SB 402 by Senator Warren Hamilton which would do just that, criminalize abortion as murder. Instead the State Senate is poised to pass SB 834 which fully reinstates surgical abortions that butcher children to death with forceps and scalpels.

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Horowitz: Oklahoma Gov. Stitt touts Agenda 2030 green energy as ‘where investments are headed’


September 15, 2022

If Democrats are akin to voracious wolves seeking to turn the American sheep into a carcass, the Republicans are the vultures seeking to cash in by feasting on that carcass rather than calling in the lions to battle the wolves and protect the American sheep. Nowhere is this more evident than with Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt signing on to the green energy “Agenda 2030” plan to replace cars with electric vehicles in supposedly conservative Oklahoma. Except, unlike most other Republicans, he should get points for honesty, providing us with a full understanding of why Republicans will never fight for us on an issue that matters. The reason? The money and “investments” are always on the side of tyranny. 

It should now be abundantly obvious to any thinking person that the weather tyranny and green energy agenda aren’t just cute or even annoying; they will quite literally kill millions of people with starvation and lack of access to vital goods and services. They are coming for our food and fuel the same way they came for ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine during the pandemic. Thus, any promotion of green energy, with its officious regime of government mandates and subsidies, will necessarily ease the death of energy that actually works. So we are all on the same page as conservatives that green energy must be shunned, right?

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In Light of Corruption Sherwood Calls Stitt to Step Down From Governor

June 17, 2022

For Immediate release from the Sherwood For Governor Campaign:


In light of the recent alleged illegal actions of Governor Stitts Campaign, I, Dr. Mark Sherwood, 2022 Republican Gubernatorial Candidate, am calling on Kevin Stitt to consider stepping down from the gubernatorial race immediately in order to save our State from being led by Joy Hofmeister, the Democrat Candidate.

Oklahomans are aware of the pay-to-play investigation regarding the Oklahoma Tourism Department and Stitt’s friends, Swadley’s BBQ.

Additionally, audits have exposed 5.4 million dollars spent on goods that were never received. Further, under the direction of Kevin Stitt, another internal State auditor was fired after looking into concerns about a conflict of interest.

But now, the biggest Stitt debacle of all could have felony-level ramifications. Stitt just launched what may be an illegal campaign ad on behalf of John O’Conner, a candidate for State Attorney General and Stitt’s personal pal.–

Oklahoma lawmakers have written, “The intent is clear: with his hand-picked Attorney General lagging in the polls, Governor Stitt is spending his campaign funds to help.”

Oklahoma County District Attorney David Prater has stated, “ I consider this a serious matter,…I will respect the lawmakers’ request and investigate…” If the allegations are true, Stitt could be found guilty of a felony punishable by a massive fine and/or imprisonment of up to a year.

Title 21 Oklahoma Statutes Section-21-187-1/E.: “Any person who knowingly and willfully violates any provision of this section where the aggregate amount contributed exceeds the contribution limitation specified in subsection A of this section by Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) or more, upon conviction, shall be guilty of a felony punishable by a fine of up to four times the amount exceeding the contribution limitation or by imprisonment in the State Penitentiary for up to one (1) year, or by both such fine and imprisonment.”

If Stitt is elected as the Republican nominee, there is a possibility that he could be criminally charged and disqualified as a candidate. This will leave us forced to elect a Democrat as governor of Oklahoma, who will most assuredly be a puppet for the globalists and communists running D.C.

At a time when our State is under threats from enemies without and within, the republican primary on June 28 could decide the fate of Oklahoma. We need a governor who will secure Oklahoma’s freedom as a sovereign State and push against the tyrants in D.C.! If we nominate Kevin Stitt, we could be setting the stage for an unopposed Democratic victory in the general election. Do we want the Party of Clinton, Obama, and Biden to govern in Oklahoma?

Based on this unscrupulous pattern of behavior, I believe Kevin Stitt should step aside as a candidate for the 2022 Gubernatorial election in order to save Oklahoma from falling into the hands of Democrats.

Together I truly believe we can make Oklahoma the freest State in the Union.

Dr. Mark Sherwood

 Governor Misunderstands His Job

By John Michener



Governor Kevin Stitt was recently invited to defend Oklahoma abortion law on Fox NewsSunday.  He was presented with a great opportunity to explain to a massive audience across the States that abortion is murder, violates God’s law, violates our constitutions, and must be completely abolished.  Instead he attempted to defend his limited abortion regulations by citing the desires of the people of Oklahoma whom he represents.  The conversation then devolved into an argument over how many people support or oppose abortion in Oklahoma. 

This exchange perfectly illustrates the problem with officials who attempt to govern based on pragmatics rather than principle.  In fact, unless the voters understand the competing worldviews that candidates represent, we are doomed to continue with political leadership that looks foolish on national television and cannot explain right from wrong.

What is the job of an official in a representative republic?  On what basis should officials make decisions and govern?  We want to answer these critical questions in the context of abortion law and the upcoming gubernatorial primary election between Mark Sherwood and Kevin Stitt on 28 June.

First, let us keep in mind the proper purpose of government, which (as revealed in scripture and articulated by our founding fathers) is to defend life, liberty, and property.  Because our founders did not want our rights being abused by magistrates, they based our State republics and Union on the “Rule of Law.”  Therefore, we are ruled by our civil laws, and the officials we elect are supposed to administer those laws on our behalf.  That is why they are called representatives.  Not because they are to blindly do the will of the people, but because they are to represent the interests of the people in civil law.  And what are the people’s interests?  Their lives, liberty, and property.

The founders also took for granted that civil law should be based upon God’s law.  But with the march of time has come the inevitable corruption of our laws and the way they are administered.  The choice is between God’s way or the Humanist way.  Let us compare the two worldviews.

On the one hand, civil law might correlate with God’s law, synonymous with Natural Law, Divine Law, justice, objective standards, universal morals, and the like.  Under this paradigm making decisions about what laws to write and how to administer them would be characterized by doing what is right, regardless of the perceived consequences.  Justification for government action would appeal to the aforementioned higher law of God.

On the other hand, civil law might correlate more with Humanist philosophies, such as social contract theory, social justice, the will of the people, consensus, socialism, etc.  Making decisions about what laws to write and how to administer them would be characterized by appeals to popular opinions recorded via voting and polling.  In this paradigm a representative merely does the will of the vocal majority of people, regardless of what is right and wrong or how it might harm life, liberty, and property.  Citizens end up suffering from a tyranny of the majority.  Government action is characterized by utilitarian and pragmatic arguments, appeals to the will of the people, and sales pitches guaranteeing happiness for the most people, while really being about securing the most contributions and votes for the politician pitching the sale.

If abolishing state-sanctioned murder by abortion is important to you, then we must apply our understanding of these competing worldviews to the governor’s race in Oklahoma.  We have already seen for almost four years that the current governor has not been able to call for or defend any particular abortion-related legislation based on principle.  He could have abolished abortion at any time during his administration, and done so quite easily in the last month since the Supreme Court leak, but all we have seen is lack of vision and unnecessary compromise.  The laws he has signed are unjust, unconstitutional, and contradictory.  They leave gaping loopholes for thousands more murders to continue, and he cannot even defend them on Fox News.

Through the years, Governor Stitt’s comments regarding abortion have been reminiscent of Governor Pontius Pilot of Judea.  Pilate knew Jesus was not deserving of death, yet he shirked his duty to protect an innocent human and attempted to shift responsibility for Jesus’s death, ultimately giving the people what they wanted, even though it was unjust.

Similarly, Governor Stitt has abdicated his duty to protect innocent preborn humans.  Like Governor Pilate, Stitt has allowed the cries of the rabble to prevail, perhaps augmented by “pro-life” lobbyists and political handlers who have convinced him that compromising on abortion will be politically pragmatic and that he can sell it to the voters.  He seems convinced that shutting down a handful of perpetrators and simply “signing every piece of pro-life legislation that hits my desk” is enough to wash his hands of the innocent blood of preborn Oklahomans.

In stark contrast, Mark Sherwood for Oklahoma Governor has explained that abortion is murder and vowed to close loopholes and provide equal protection for our preborn neighbors within thirty days of taking office.  There is a clear choice on 28 June between two competing men, representing two competing worldviews.  We can keep going the Humanist way under Kevin Stitt, leading to more loss of life, liberty, and property, or we can go God’s way with Mark Sherwood.

Mark Sherwood is a man who can explain his principles for decision making and who will proactively defend the right to life, right to liberty, right to property, right to conduct business, right to medical choices, right to parent, etc.  Mark Sherwood understands that being governor is not about doing whatever the people want, but about doing what is right on behalf of the people.  Learn more at

Ukraine/Russia Quagmire

With recent events in Ukraine the media has doubled down with the same repetitive narrative in an attempt to draw the U.S. into WWIII.

Cartoon by Joshua Tapp

It has been disappointing to see the majority of people who saw through government and media lies to entice and force the public to take the untested Covid Kill Shots swallow the war propaganda hook, line and sinker.

My thoughts below from a recent Facebook Live video:

Contact Charles McCall To Support OK House Abolition of Abortion Bill ASAP

From Free The States:


Email and call Speaker of the House, Charles McCall. Urge him kindly and directly to support HB4111, the bill to criminalize the murder of preborn humans in Oklahoma. A short message letting him know that you are an abolitionist living and voting in the state of Oklahoma and that you support HB4111 will suffice. (This is the quickest and easiest thing you can do right now to help establish justice for your preborn neighbors. Please take a moment and do this simple task).

As Speaker of the House, McCall has a responsibility to hear the concerns of all Oklahoma citizens as he largely determines what bills will be heard and supported in the Oklahoma House of Representatives. Right now, the fate of the Oklahoma abolition bill rests almost entirely in his hands.

Encourage McCall to show his support of abolition by urging Rep. Mike Osburn, chair of the Oklahoma Rules Committee, to hear and pass HB4111 out of committee and onto the House Floor for a full vote. Ask McCall to public support abolishing ab0rt1on and cast his vote in favor of HB4111 as an Ex Officio voting member on all House Committees.

CALL: 405-557-7412

You can read HB4111 (authored by Rep. Mark Vancuren with co-authors Frix, Hardin, McDugle, Randleman, and Sneed.) here: