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Photos from the campaign trail.

Thursday, March 26, 2020

War Photography

One year before the Charter of the United Nations was signed. Where are we now and where are we supposed to be? Something I cannot condole is the fact that there are people who will instigate war, steal from the people, all the while we have true heroes fighting and dying to preserve this nation.

Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Contract Trading Model

For enhancing competition in agriculture production, there are a few things one must know. First, farmers must be treated with respect, and new farmers must be instructed. The commodities market is a very old concept and has been used throughout history to provide security to the farmers, the people, the government, and business. When used appropriately, farmers thrive; when used inappropriately, farmers struggle. Respect the commodity market, and the commodity market will respect you.

Monday, March 23, 2020

World Art

My grandmother is an artist and together we enjoy new perceptions illustrated through different mediums. Here is a piece my grandmother recently shared with me. To provide an Islamic view point to balance the obvious promotion of Jesus Christ, I want to speak of Mohammed. He taught us to never allow ourselves to be oppressed and to do whatever is necessary to prevent anyone from owning us. I want to say in 2020 that it is a Jihad of the heart, and a Jihad of the mind, and a Jihad of the soul. God does not want any more war and so we must work together as one.

Tuesday, March 10, 2020

China News

Environmental Impacts: look at their efficiency.

Monday, March 9, 2020

Self Portrait

I do not take many photos, but for the people, this is the one my grandmother keeps.

Saturday, March 7, 2020

District of Columbia


Saturday, March 7, 2020

I am a Human Research Investigator

We have big problems in our Nation and our team is powerless because the federal government will not protect us. I obtained this credential to find out why our people are dying in their 40's and 50's. I know what we need to live to our 80's. So do they.

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Oklahoma Heritage

I have spoken before about my family heritage in Oklahoma, but it runs even deeper when it comes to my mother's side of the family. My great grandparents on her side were very active in civic affairs; Leonard Jones ran his pharmacy, L&L Drugstore, in Apache and served as Mayor in the 1940's. For those Oklahoman's old enough to remember, but too young to forget, weren't those soda waters great? In honor of my great grandfather's legacy, I want to ensure all Oklahoman's have access to affordable medicine, just like Leonard Jones did for the people during the Great Depression.

Monday, February 24, 2020

Supreme Court of Oklahoma

The Honorable Dustin P. Rowe was sworn into the Oklahoma Supreme Court this afternoon and the Oath Ceremony was incredible. Governor Stitt delivered an excellent speech and Oklahoma is thrilled to have another member on the Oklahoma Greatness Team. Congratulation!

Saturday, February 22, 2020

New Book, Old Times

The Senate is old, very old, but in the United States, our Senate began on 30 September 1788 with the election of William Maclay and Robert Morris. When the US Senate began, they met in secret. This is the diary of William Maclay during the emergence of our nation's Senate.

Sunday, January 26, 2020

Tribal Finance and Industrial Expansion

There is no hiding from the fact that changes need to happen: 3/4 of the Global Central Banks have negative interest rates, investment capital is going to the wrong places, and supply chains are intentionally being compromised. Luckily there is a new wave of talent breaking down barriers and seizing economic opportunity.

Tuesday, November 19, 2019

The Bevon Vitamin

***I claim no scientific research nor medical discovery as my own; the name is coincidental, majama ;)*** People world wide have had success using this vitamin supplement in their lives. This cures the easy stuff, the illnesses that result in vitamin deficiencies, which is a lot. I will be working on the harder problems, the ones that involve genetic incongruencies. While running for Senate, I may take a position to process data for health research; someone is hunting the cure for pulmonary diseases and reached out to me. I will keep you updated. My current theory is that chronic illness is the result of a broken down protein car, or tRNA. We must discover a way to replace broken components of the vehicle so that exacerbation is turned into healing. Proteins are very very smart, we have a lot to learn from them. We should be able to produce a master protein that once ingested, redirects the rest of the proteins in the body. This is very very delicate work and requires significant data crunching. The wrong protein theoretically could turn your body into goo. Treatment will likely be on a case by case basis with the protein designed to work with exactly one genetic sequence. Essentially, when you are sick, we will make you return to normal by transcribing your normal cells, not the damaged cells, by manufacturing a custom protein for your body. Stem cells are too "Je ne se qua" for the world right now. I would know, the leading stem cell scientist visited us at OSSM and told us all about it.

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

My Campaign Playbook

There are no secrets in my campaign and I have a clear and well developed playbook that I share with those I encounter. This book has everything I'm working on for Oklahoma; notes, contacts, and what people say when I meet them. It is impossible to talk to everyone individually, but now you have a seat at the table; this is Oklahoma Industry in a nutshell. I may not be an expert on any single county, but I promise you I am the Oklahoma expert. That is what you want your Senator to be. My goal is to make Oklahoma the number one state; this playbook will take us there. Being the number one state is more than having a large GDP. It's about being clean, healthy, safe, smart and industrializing to capacity.

Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Me and the yellow dog.

27 degrees and I found a yellow dog. We're both cold but we have each other for the night; we ate bread and drank milk together. He and I are similar in that it's just us against the world. I wonder where he will be tomorrow. I wonder if we'll still be friends when the morning comes and the sun comes out. I hope so. *Update 11/13/2019: the yellow dog came back tonight when it got cold; it is safe to say we're friends now. I named him "Rocky" after the chairman of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation. Rocky jumped over the back of the pickup to catch a rabbit; I need someone like that to watch my back. I also told him the Potawatomi story about the spider who kept the animals warm and he liked that a lot. So Rocky he became.

Friday, October 18, 2019

Trains, Railcars, Railways, and Technology

I am learning a whole lot about our nation's railways; specifically, how interstate commerce is impacted by our current policies and who the big players are in the railroad industry. There are definitely limiting factors that prevent expansion in this industry; preliminary research suggests that there is clear market control over interstate commerce. The larger railroad networks have strict rules and if they are not followed, you can quickly find yourself out of business due to all of the fees and penalties. I am finding it rather difficult to observe acceptable profit margins shipping via railway once the tariffs are applied. What is strange is that these "tariffs" are not actually tied to legislation; they are arbitrarily designated by the rail company and can adjust at any time. In the late 1800's moving into the 1900's, there were attempts made by US Congress and several presidents to break up the logistics control the large rail companies had on interstate commerce. I believe we are in another era of restructuring our railroads because we need the cheap distribution methods for the expansion of US industry; we cannot close opportunities to small businesses, smother them in supply chain expenses, then dictate how they transport finished goods and raw materials. The railways of the United States are not meant to be owned and controlled; the railways are a public service and I believe in regulating this industry in order to allow smaller freight the same discount advantages as larger freight; essentially, we will pay by the cart and cargo and not have tariffs imposed when engaging in United States commerce.

Thursday, September 19, 2019

Oklahoma Gardening

I spoke of an experiment that I was working on and I wanted to post some of my results. I extracted seeds from tomatoes, poblano peppers, serrano peppers, cherries and cantaloupe. The only seeds that were good were the tomato seeds; the tomatoes were a gift from the Absentee Shawnee Tribe, all other fruit and vegetables did not produce seeds that can propagate. I am going to continue expanding both my indoor garden as well as my orchard in Hugo, I just wanted to share my experience thus far. The blue mineral is called Kyanite; it is a semi-precious gemstone that is used in electronics manufacturing and other cool stuff. Here is more information: I believe there is a lot of potential with minerals around the world that we have yet to research thoroughly. I threw this in with the seeds to see if it helped them in any way. *Update 9/20/2019: I called it too early; the cantaloupe sprouted. Notice how the Kyanite can argue that it facilitates growth. **9/21/2019 update: The goal of this indoor gardening experiment is to see if I can grow baseball sized cantaloupe and marble sized tomatoes. **10/18/2019 update: The indoor crop is looking good and really took off; I built an indoor garden box and there are tomatoes, okra, cantaloupe, Brussel sprouts, and a few bell peppers finally sprouted. I have also invested in some Americauna chickens. *Update 11/15/2019: Cantaloupe is flowering in multiple areas in the indoor crop. The okra pods won't develop, possibly due to the light spectrum. As far as tomatoes, the plants remain short due to the tap root damage early on. However, I believe they are storing abnormally large hormones for fruit production due to the coloring and girth expansion in the stem. I will keep them healthy and in the vegetative state and will transplant in spring to observe fruit development. Chickens are growing quickly but in my absence, I believe one is developing an illness. I am incorporating vitamin c as well as 250 milligrams of amoxicillin over the course of a week to remedy any disease or illness exacerbation. *Update 11/18/2019: Upon further research, the chicken has Wry Neck. The wounds were due to pecks from the other chickens during the onset of Kora's illness. The amoxicillin worked and the wounds are rapidly healing, her neck remains weak and the chicken is inactive. This shows that the animal has the will to live. I created a special diet for her consisting of vitamin c and e as well as a blend of nutrient rich vegetables. The bird cannot eat on her own but allows me to inject small amounts of food. Some people say this illness results in death but I don't want to lose any livestock. I was worried at first about distributing the antibiotic because I was unsure if the chicken chromosomes would interfere with metabolizing the medicine. It appears not to and I believe this drug will work on any living animal with blood cells. *Consult with a veterinary professional first before treating animals. *Update: Kora died 11/18/2019 @ 4:29 pm. Her illness has to be linked to the central nervous system or the brain. Over the course of days, she could not hold her head up, then could not walk, then she could not eat, and eventually, could not breathe. We need to research this and create a cure. It will also give scientist good practice in reconfiguring the animals genetic code to eliminate chronic illness. I witnessed my chicken grow into disease in a 100% controlled and sanitary environment with a custom nutrient diet; we must learn more about disease transcription in the animal cells. I believe a well designed synthetic protein give at one month since birth to the chicken (gallus gallus domesticus) will completely eradicate Wry. Let's test this strategically as we sign our trade deal with China; we have a whole lot more chickens should this work. I actually worked on extracting chicken proteins using gel cell electrophoresis in biochemistry while working with Dr. Dell; D

Saturday, November 16, 2019

Old Movies, Same Themes

I am not sure if you're aware, but old Disney movies on VHS are fetching top dollar these days. I grew up on these cassettes as did many of my constituents. I thought it would be fun to share my collection that my mother still plays for her grandchildren. * Lion King was watched so many times by my brother and I that the tape broke in Italy before we moved back to the US; we were in disbelief of some of the actions and fast forwarded and rewound too many times in our determination to discover why the animal kingdom was failing. We bought the original in the base exchange, as well as many other old Disney movies; these are just the Black Diamonds. I wish that people would watch these old films and reflect on the parallels that exist to this day. Also, I just watched "An American Tale" on Netflix and I cannot stop singing "There are no cats in America!" I'm looking forward to spending time with my daughter London this Christmas; she has many life lessons to learn on VHS.

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

The Layered Economy

I spoke of the layered economy. This is essential to a strong economy and is something we need to focus on in Oklahoma to seize our existing economic potential. This is a rough draft and the layered approach is more profound than illustrated here; I just wish to show my readers what is holding our state back. We will continue to lose money in our industry until we begin utilizing our raw materials to make consumer products; we are giving away our economic potential for a loss; we are paying other states and other countries to use our available resources. I will expand upon this concept during my campaign.

Monday, September 16, 2019

United States Capitol

I wanted to show the people where I want to work and spend the prime of my life making the world a better place. I am applying to work here through writing to the people and campaigning for their vote; your vote will send me here and I will not stop writing for you. All I need is your trust that I will write for Oklahoma; if you trust me, vote for me in 2020.

Sunday, September 15, 2019

Territories of the United States

I thought this is cool; it is a map with all of the territories that are owned by the United States.

Sunday, September 15, 2019

Part of Me: 2

I have committed to this campaign and I have 18 counties left to analyze before I begin my road campaign; from there I will constantly be on the go and it makes those memories with my daughter so much more special as I hold onto them during our time away. I wanted to share this one with you so you know a little bit more about me and my family.

Thursday, November 7, 2019

Elephants: Animal, not Political Symbolism

Did you know elephants do not get cancer? Their cells are structured to fight off cancer. Also, Hugo is home to the second largest herd in North America. Unfortunately, Zimbabwe is experiencing a terrible drought and elephants are rapidly succumbing to the lack of food. I am reaching out to the country to see how I can obtain young struggling elephants for agricultural use. They are perfect for logging and can easily uproot trees. Furthermore, scientific research on these incredible creatures may help us find out ways to fight back against cancer.

Thursday, September 12, 2019

Choctaw Territory

As I am researching the counties in Choctaw Territory, I came across this painting of Choctaws preparing dye for basket making. I believe if a group of people came together and prepared baskets once again in this manner, they can easily find a market for them in businesses such as Pier One Imports and other establishments that sell authentically manufactured items. The dye instructions will have to be learned from our elders.

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Coal is Easy

I found this picture from coal mining in Wilburton back in 1898. I believe if it is economical and safe, we should be able to export our coal should we choose to do so. I want it to be known that I am an environmentalist in that I want no economic impact from our operations. If we sell coal to developing countries we will sell the equipment to burn it cleanly. I know a scientist who believes burning coal near forests is ideal because the massive amount of trees absorb all the CO in the air that combines with oxygen making the CO2. The Ozone is not losing it's oxygen in other words. Wind electricity is unreasonable in forested areas because the winds break due to the trees. The only place we should be burning coal is the area that requires it based on available power resources.

Saturday, September 7, 2019

ᏣᎳᎩᎯ ᏄᎵᏍᏔᏂᏙᎸ - tsalagihi nulistanidolv - Cherokee Legends

I love my tribe. Should some elders wish to communicate about my candidacy or about math tutoring for the upcoming testing season, please reach out. Email me at I am really interested in raising your immersion school math proficiency in Tahlequah this year.

Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Committee Headquarters

All my work comes from here. Just curious if my competition wishes they were this efficient. Net Campaign Expenses to date: 9/11/2019: $50 Annual Net State Economic Impact from work: $10,000,000,000 from Project D3 + $12,900,000,000 from the 38 tribes = $22,900,000,000 and growing as we begin to assemble a team that will take our Oklahoma industry to the next level. I do not have any committee members aside from my treasurer, who is my grandmother first in line, my mother is second; I am still trying to build my committee and fill open positions. That's ok though; I am still winning this election. What I do have is my family name and my ambition. And that is good from here, around the world, and back again.

Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Lady Trump has Class

My father is a supporter of the Republican Party and received a thank you letter from Melania Trump. I know the apple fell far from the tree, but I was thrilled to see such a special gift. Thank you, Lady Trump. Good luck in 2020 : )

Monday, August 26, 2019

Something we should make, not import.

This cost $2.99 and is one unit of five thousand. So, total sales is about $15,000. Formosa on the Gulf Coast sells plastic really cheap. I would be surprised if the plastic supplies even hit $1000. If people were paid $1.20 per mold they painted, that would be another $6000. Paint and brushes would most likely total $500 and the owner of the operation could clear $7,500. There was no packaging for this product.

Monday, August 26, 2019

Part of Me

I felt like a picture could write the thousand words for me this time.

Saturday, August 24, 2019

Economic Energy Theorem, by Me

The economic proof for not importing oil and gas Update September 16th, 2019: notice when the Saudi Arabian production was cut by 50% and it did not affect us in any way? Our crude oil reserves were depleted by nearly 70% though; we may experience higher gasoline prices and airway tickets; this depends on the amount of refining Saudi Arabia did for the United States. We would not be affected if we build a 3,000,000 barrel a day refinery in Oklahoma's third congressional district. I also want to double our Federal Crude Oil Reserve in Cushing, Oklahoma to 1.4 billion barrels.

Friday, August 23, 2019


The Lion Candidate

Committee to Elect Bevon Rogers
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