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  • I Will Always Support Our Capitol Police
    Posted in Mullin' It Over Column on January 12, 2021 | Preview rr

    Last week’s attack on the U.S. Capitol was a horrific, dark day for our country. While we saw the worst in some, we also saw the best in others. Law enforcement officers, especially those with the U.S. Capitol Police and Sergeant at Arms, put their lives on the line to protect others and I will be forever grateful for their service. Their actions that day were nothing short of heroic. They were greatly outnumbered and did the absolutely best they could, given the situation they found themselves ... Read more

  • The Future of Our Election System is at Stake
    Posted in Mullin' It Over Column on January 6, 2021 | Preview rr

    On Wednesday, January 6th a joint session of Congress convened to count the electoral college votes and I contested the votes from several states. The reason I contested the results was not a political decision. It is because I firmly believe the procedures surrounding how the electors in several states were chosen violates our Constitution. Under the Constitution, states have the right to set their own election laws and state legislatures are the only ones who have the authority to direct how t... Read more

  • Our Challenges Can’t Overshadow the Christmas Spirit
    Posted in Mullin' It Over Column on December 23, 2020 | Preview rr

    2020 has been a difficult year for everyone. The current challenges facing our country have dampened the Christmas spirit for many during this time of year and I’m sure there are some who just want to get past the holiday and move on to 2021. Christmas will look different than previous years for families across the country, but our fear and challenges cannot overshadow the real meaning of Christmas. Matthew 1:21 tells us: “And she shall bring forth a son, and thou shalt call his name Jesus: for ... Read more

  • Mythbusting the COVID-19 Vaccine
    Posted in Mullin' It Over Column on December 16, 2020 | Preview rr
    Tags: Health Issues

    This week, the first COVID-19 vaccines are being distributed to Oklahoma and across the country. President Trump’s work and commitment to Operation Warp Speed, have ensured that we are now closer than ever to defeating this invisible enemy. There have been many things said about the vaccine regarding its safety, the process of developing it, and whether people will be forced to get it. I want to set the record straight on some of the most common concerns about the COVID-19 vaccine. Myth: The COV... Read more

  • Protecting the Integrity of Our Democracy
    Posted in Mullin' It Over Column on December 9, 2020 | Preview rr

    Every American should want transparent elections, every legal vote counted, and election laws enforced. That’s what President Trump is fighting for and I fully support him. President Trump is well within his constitutional right to challenge the accuracy of the election results. Article II of the Constitution gives states the power to administer their own elections. When there is evidence of voter fraud, the margin of voters is extremely close, or the state’s election laws were not followed, the... Read more

  • All Talk, No Action
    Posted in Mullin' It Over Column on December 2, 2020 | Preview rr

    For months, Speaker Pelosi and her party have talked about delivering results for the American people. That’s what they have done: all talk, no action. In September, Speaker Pelosi said the House of Representatives would stay in session until another COVID relief package was passed. That didn’t happen. Instead, she maintained her all-or-nothing strategy. Unless she gets all the radical proposals from her socialist agenda included in the package, she won’t deliver relief to the American people. T... Read more

  • The History of Thanksgiving
    Posted in Mullin' It Over Column on November 24, 2020 | Preview rr

    Thanksgiving has a long history in the United States, but throughout the years the meaning of the day has remained the same: a day to give thanks for all the blessings in our lives. In the fall of 1620, a group of Pilgrims left England on the Mayflower in search of a new home where they could practice their faith freely. They landed in Plymouth, Massachusetts, with only half of the original passengers survived the harsh winter in the new land. In the spring, the Pilgrims met Squanto, who was a m... Read more

  • A Lot to Be Thankful For
    Posted in Mullin' It Over Column on November 18, 2020 | Preview rr

    Thanksgiving is hands down my favorite holiday and it’s not just because of all the delicious food we eat. I love this time of year because it’s a time to reflect on everything we have to be thankful for and the many gifts the Lord has bestowed upon us. 2020 has been a difficult year for everyone, my family included. The pandemic has instilled fear in the hearts of many Americans. A contentious election has made our country feel more divided than ever. Despite the fear and uncertainty in our liv... Read more

  • Thank a Veteran and Listen to Their Story
    Posted in Mullin' It Over Column on November 11, 2020 | Preview rr

    Veterans Day is a time to remember, honor, and celebrate the men and women who have served in our military. It’s a day where we should tell their stories, remember their sacrifice, and celebrate their unwavering commitment to our country. Every veteran has a story and one of the ways we keep those stories alive is through memorials. There are thousands of veterans’ memorials across our country and each one has a different meaning. Last Saturday, a new memorial to honor Purple Heart recipients wa... Read more

  • Love the People, Love the Call
    Posted in Mullin' It Over Column on November 5, 2020 | Preview rr

    The United States of America is a government of the people, by the people, and for the people. We are blessed to live in the greatest country in the world where we choose our leaders and the direction we want our country to go every election. Our vote is our voice and it counts. This election has been more polarizing than any other previous election and has further divided our country. No matter what the outcome is, half of the country will be upset and disappointed. But we cannot forget that at... Read more

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