Sunday, July 23, 2017

Dan Fischer Comes To Konawa

Konawa Tea Party
(4th) Tuesday July 25, 2017 7:00 - 9:00 PM
Kennedy Library - The Dougan Room
Konawa School, 701 W South Street
Invited Speaker:

Dan Fisher 

Constitutional Candidate for Governor

"What goes on behind closed doors at the Capitol"

  Former state representative Dan Fisher (R-El Reno) has filed a statement of organization with the Oklahoma Ethics Commission indicating his intent to run for Governor. Fisher served two terms in the State House (first elected in 2012), but did not seek reelection in 2016.

Family and educational background:

  Dan Fisher grew up in Van Buren, Arkansas and is a graduate of Van Buren High School, Westark Community College, and Arkansas Tech University. He and the former Pam Loftin have been married for 31 years and have two children, Jacob, 25 yrs. and wife Brittany, and Rebekah, 20 yrs. Jacob is presently a student at the Oklahoma State University Medical School in Tulsa, and Rebekah is a nursing student at Southwestern Oklahoma University, in Weatherford, OK. Dan and Pam raise a few horses on their 30 acres just west of Yukon, OK where they live in a log house they built themselves. 

The “Black Robed Regiment”:

Dan is known as a leader in the modern “Black Robed Regiment” movement in America and has given his presentation, “Bringing Back the Black Robed Regiment,” from Boston to Montana. In this presentation, Dan gives the history of American pastors during the Revolutionary War and shows how they were the primary force in the fight for liberty. He shows that the British so hated these pastors that they gave them the title of the “Black Robed Regiment.” In this message, Dan illustrates how that, had it not been for the preachers’ strong stand in the 18th century, America would probably never have come to be. He proves that if today’s preachers do not return to the faith of the Founders and begin to take the same stand as the preachers of the Revolution, America may not survive.
Dan believes that America is facing a crisis today much the same as the one faced by the country in 1776. He says it is time for the preachers of America to respond to God’s call and fully engage in the culture war that is destroying our liberties and will eventually, if not checked, 

OK Representative, Dist. 60:

  Dan has become so convinced that preachers must play a strong and active role in the political process that he ran for, and was elected to the Oklahoma House of Representatives in November 2012. There he represented Oklahoma’s District 60. As a representative, he served as co-chairman of the State Sovereignty Committee and as a member of the Common Education, General Government, and Administrative Rules/Government Oversight Committees. Dan also cochaired the House Anti-terrorism Caucus.