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Anna’s Interview With John Erling

John Erling is interviewing mayoral candidates and posting the eight-minute segments.

Here’s a link to his video interview with Anna

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Video Of Anna’s Press Conference On Police Initiatives Now Available

Please click here to see Anna’s press conference on her 5-point plan to help protect Tulsa police officers

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Anna’s Comments At Press Conference Unveiling 5-Pt. “Protect The Police” Initiative

Thank you all for being here today in the rain.  Rain our shine our officers
are there for us, so today we stand here for them rain or shine.

Our great police force is so over-worked in this city, and what thanks do
they get for putting their lives on the line daily? They get put in the
middle of a political and divisive battle.

The real solution is to come alongside our community heroes with literally
hundreds of new volunteers and resources to help turn around the lives of
those trapped in the drug and alcohol cycle who honestly want a way out.

The only sector of our community that has the magnitude and fortitude to put
together special community outreaches to help juveniles on the brink and
those addicted to drugs and alcohol is the church.  Continue reading

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A Note From Anna

Well, it’s been an interesting 48 hours to say the least. I’d like to thank those who have participated – through visits to our site, comments, e-mails and phone calls. And I thought now would be a good time to expound on my recent statements, and how some are interpreting them.

The mission of the church is to care for the people of this community and as Mayor I would welcome that mission. It is not to debate church and state, constitutions or politics, but to “bring life and bring it more abundantly.”  I want to celebrate the church for the work she has done, is doing and will continue to do long past this debate.

And as mayor, I want the churches involved in our community, working with government. The First Amendment never mentions the words “separation,” “church,” or “state.”

Our city is on the verge of collapse: spiritually, morally and financially. We are at a crossroads. And I have decided my campaign will focus on the scripture at the bottom of this post. Continue reading

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Photos From Anna’s Zoo Rally

Here’s some photos from Anna’s rally at the Tulsa Zoo

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Anna’s Prepared Remarks At The Zoo Rally

Today we stand here on a balmy summer day in Tulsa, Ok – for some like my daughter it is the first day of school.  Thank you for being here.

 We hold these truths to be self evident that we were endowed by our Creator  …

It is as if this Truth is no longer self-evident –

Unless we line everything up to the way the Creator intended it to be – it will be broken.  We must declare today just as our forefathers did with the Declaration that our Creator had and has a plan before the foundation of this earth for you and me for such a time as this.

Over 200 years ago our forefathers were at a cross roads as they wrote the foundation document of our nation.  They were unable to agree upon the direction and old Ben Franklin stood to address the Constitutional Congress asking them to call upon their Creator and Divine Providence just as they did during the Revolutionary War; not forgetting Him as they designed what was to become one of the most powerful documents outside of scripture.  Prayer began that day prior to all meetings in order to move ahead according to the Creator’s plans so our nation will not be broken.  Continue reading

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Anna Launches Mayoral Campaign to Activate Tulsa’s Churches in Community’s Root Challenges

“Statistics are now showing us that when a child is raised in a broken home,” says Anna Falling, “His chances are much greater to grow up to commit crimes, end up in the criminal justice system, and cost taxpayers more than $1 million dollars over the years in police costs, jail costs, welfare and food stamps, and eventually disability costs. Now multiply that by thousands of growing children who are suffering from worse conditions of crime and poverty, and then multiply that by the annual growing rate of crime and incarceration, and you can see why each year the budgets on the City, State and National levels can no longer can handle the core problems of the community.”

“Streets, community infrastructure and job creation efforts all will continue to lose the funding needed each year because of the spiraling crime and poverty costs.”

Standing in front of the ministry she and her husband founded in 1996, Falling said the growth of Cornerstone Assistance Network to serve hundreds of area churches to provide more than 161,000 acts of assistance, is the kind of movement that must be done now on the City of Tulsa level. Continue reading

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