Randy Brogdon, State Senator from Oklahoma, speaks on the topic of states rights, the 10th Amendment and nullification at the Nullify Now! conference (http://www.nullifynow.com) in Fort Worth, TX on September 4, 2010. The event was sponsored by the Tenth Amendment Center (http://www.tenthamendmentcenter.com) and WeRefuse (http://www.werefuse.com)
video courtesy of The Foundation for a Free Society – http://www.f4fs.org
Since being elected State Senator in 2002, Randy Brogdon has championed legislation such as “The Taxpayer Bill of Rights” and SB 1 “The Taxpayer Transparency Act.” In addition, he was successful in leading the charge to opt out of the federal “REAL ID ACT” of 2005.
Randy Brogdon is also the author of SJR 10, otherwise known as the 10th Amendment Resolution. This resolution is designed to protect states rights and prevent the federal government from overexerting its legislative power. His efforts on the 10th Amendment Initiative have brought him national attention from several media outlets across the country. In March of 2009, Senator Brogdon was invited to speak to members of the Pennsylvania State Legislature about his work on the 10th Amendment Initiative.
Randy Brogdon has received numerous accolades for his consistent, conservative voting record from state and national organizations. He was also the first State Senator in 20 years to receive a 100% mark on the Conservative Vote Index.