Hillary Clinton described Donald Trump's pro-gun policy statements as "dangerous." Both candidates, however, fall short of the constitutional standard.
The battle over S.B. 1552 — Oklahoma's controversial pro-life legislation vetoed by Governor Mary Fallin — may have run its course for this year, but it is far from over. While the Senate adjourned early Friday afternoon without voting for an override, leaving Governor Fallin's veto intact, Senator Natham Dahm (R-Broken Arrow) has said he plans to reintroduce the popular bill again next year.
Is Congressman Paul Ryan a RINO — Republican in name only? Or is he instead a committed champion of the conservative agenda in his role as speaker of the house? The following article sheds light on how conservative Ryan actually is by surveying his public record, including key votes he has cast.
It is said that politics makes strange bedfellows, and recent events in Oklahoma seem to prove that adage. Governor Mary Fallin — having just days ago vetoed a bill which would protect the lives of the unborn in the Sooner State — has now been appointed to one of the most prominent positions in her party. The woman who squandered a golden opportunity to stand for one of the chief planks of the GOP platform will now serve as as co-chair of the 2016 Republican National Convention Committee on Resolutions, commonly known as the Platform Committee.
Oklahoma's self-proclaimed pro-life governor vetoed a bill banning abortions in the state, claiming it was unclear and ineffective.
Although no line-by-line comparison exists on views held by the presumptive candidates, there is a clear winner on the question of the Second Amendment.
Trump continues to gain momentum — and money — while Clinton flails away at her persistent rival Bernie Sanders.
A spokesman for the Clinton campaign says the candidate supports background checks on ammunition purchases.