Prepare to get pissed! Regardless of what side you're on regarding the gun debate, this video will surely raise your blood pressure. Recently Oklahoma Senator Nathan Dahm (R-OK) sat down with Jon Stewart to discuss Oklahoma gun rights. The YouTube video has gone viral with over a million views and countless comments.


Nathan Dahm (R-OK) was a recent guest on "The Problem with Jon Stewart" show on Apple TV+. The two sat down and debated Oklahoma's gun rights, laws, and pro-gun legislation. It went about like you'd expected. Lots of fake facts, misinformation, and overtly emotional reactions on both sides of the gun rights argument.

Some say Jon Steward won the debate and proved his talking points. Unfortunately for whatever reason Nathan Dahn was unprepared for the debate and allowed several statements and quote-unquote facts to go unchallenged. For example, Oklahoma absolutely requires background checks (NICS) on firearm purchases.

Hit play on the video below to see Nathan Dahm & Jon Steward debate gun rights

Several times during the interview or debate Stewart remarked that we allow people to purchase firearms without background checks, but that's not true. He also brought up permits. Oklahoma is a constitutional carry state. Meaning a person who is legally able to purchase and possess a firearm may carry it in the state.


Stewart also brought up gun registries and Oklahoma's lack of one. Well, the Federal government itself has prohibited the creation of a National gun registry with 18 U.S.C. 926. There's good reason to prohibit gun registries, a quick look into history will prove that. Here's a brief history: Registration=confinscation=genocie.

Lastly, the claim that firearms are the leading cause of death of children in the U.S. is also a half-truth. A lot of the studies that people quote include ages 1-25 / 1-21 and 1-19. All include suicides and lethal encounters with both law enforcement and armed citizens in the protection of self or others. It's also heavily influenced and exaggerated by inner-city violence and gang activity committed by those under 25, 21, or 19 years of age.

Here's the actual truth: There are really only three types of lies to be told. Big ones, small ones, and statistics.

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A great way to personalize your vehicle is with a custom license plate. There are some pretty creative and funny tags running around the Sooner State. Some are easy to get, others will have you scratching your head trying to figure it out what it says. Personalized plates are very popular and we're seeing more of them on the road every day. However, there are some rules and restrictions when it comes to what you can and can't put on your plate. If it's considered obscene, vulgar, demeaning, or includes any mention of drugs, alcohol, or illegal activities it will be DENIED. Check out the photo gallery below of some of the most hilarious tags that were rejected by the Oklahoma Department of Motor Vehicles. WARNING: some of these could be considered offensive so if you're easily offended proceed with caution. You have been officially warned.

Gallery Credit: Don "Critter" Brown

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Gallery Credit: Don "Critter" Brown

Look inside this EPIC $5,495,000 Oklahoma Estate

It's being called the premier luxury listing in all of Oklahoma on This massive mansion in Arcadia, OK. at 400 Deep Fork Circle is listed by Ty Burnett of Engel & Voelkers Edmond. It currently has an asking price of $5,495,000 making it one of the most expensive houses for sale in the Sooner State. This epic 12,020 square foot estate sits on over 2.5 acres and features 7 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms. It comes with its own guest house, resort infinity pool, cabana, and gym. The chef-inspired kitchen features all professional, commercial-grade appliances. There's a THX theater room and entertainment suite complete with its own bar. The master bedroom has a see-through fireplace, huge celebrity-style closets a garden room, and heated marble floors in the master bath. It has a basement a wine cellar and tons of outdoor patio and sitting areas. Scroll through the pictures below and take a virtual tour of this epic estate in Arcadia, OK.

Gallery Credit: Don "Critter" Brown

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