To ensure justice and help in the recovery from Covid-19, Joan wants to overhaul the legal system and help people get out of debt. She plans to overhaul the legal system using a “justice amendment” described below and on the home page of her website at She also wants to implement a “Get Out of Debt Plan” for people struggling as a result of Covid-19 and this is also described below. Joan plans to take a poll of voters before voting on any bill in Congress to ensure that she votes the way the majority of Oklahomans want her to. She cannot and will not be bought by any lobbyist or special interest group.


    Justice is severely lacking in our country, and the side with the most money to pay their attorney wins. Did you know that the United States Supreme Court receives about 10,000 requests a year and only hears 80 cases? Joan has helped take 12 meritorious cases to the high court since 2003, but none of them was heard. She was falsely sued in 2009 by the Kansas Attorney General for ‘practicing law without a license’ and fined $120,000. However, fraud on the court occurred since the U.S. Supreme Court has already ruled in 18 cases that anyone can help a person with a legal matter as long as they don’t present themselves as a lawyer and they don’t take a fee. Joan did neither and appealed the case all the way up to the U.S. Supreme Court twice, but they refused to hear it. No wonder Joan agrees with FDR who suggested “stacking the court.” Back in his day, 87% of cases were not being heard. Now that number is up to 99%, and even less if you are a pro se litigant.

    Joan first mentioned a “justice amendment” in the book she wrote and published in 2003 called TEN SECRETS You Must Know Before Hiring a Lawyer.

    This amendment would be twofold:

    (1) A person would have the right to a lawyer in a civil matter the same as a criminal matter expanding the Sixth Amendment (including the right to effective assistance of counsel (which almost no one gets from a court-appointed attorney); and

    (2) Computerization of evidence would be required before you can bring a lawsuit or charges against any person or entity. We computerize everything else, right? Based on existing laws, a computer program is written to calculate the percentage of likelihood that a person is guilty of the claim(s) or charge(s) against them using the evidence presented. This percentage would then be used to pay on claims in civil matters as well as in decisions by D.A.s whether to charge individuals who get arrested for alleged crimes. It must be used before any charges can be brought against a person and is divulged to all parties prior to filing any lawsuits. It would be the determining factor in any legal claim to try and settle.

    The benefits of a justice amendment are significant. Lawyers will not be able to take advantage of people by dragging legal matters out to make more money, people will not be able to take advantage of the system by filing frivolous cases, legal disputes will be settled fairly and equitably, the fear of litigation will subside which has been costing us millions, and there will finally be “justice for all.” The downside is that lawyers will make less money, but they would be able to make up for it by representing people in civil cases as well.


    Depression and anxiety are running rampant in our country today, and a way to alleviate this is to try and relieve the debt that weighs down the average person. Joan is proposing a “Get Out of Debt Plan” that is a step toward this goal and toward trying to bridge the gap between the rich and the poor. Her idea is that if a poor/middle class person will agree to try and improve their lives for one year (stop drinking, doing drugs, smoking, gambling, etc., whatever their struggle might be), then a rich person agrees to pay off their debt up to a certain amount. In order to achieve this, the person would agree to being monitored (i.e., wear a bracelet), which puts surveillance to good use since this would mean consent is given by a person. If they complete their agreement in a year, their debt is paid and they receive a “G.O.O.D. Guy” or “G.O.O.D. Gal” certificate signed by the President (which also stands for “Get.Out.Of.Debt.”). This is a plan that would give people hope and encouragement in trying to start anew which is what they need in such difficult times as these.

Other Issues:

  • " I support the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms, especially with the coronavirus pandemic which was begun by the Deep State. In fact, I support the Constitution entirely. "

    " I am in favor of less government. In general, we are passing too many laws that restrict our freedoms and keep us from being the “land of the free. "

    " I support veterans, since my father was a fighter pilot killed in Viet Nam in 1965. In 2006, I found out that he died trying to save the life of his wingman. Senator Inhofe has been trying to help me get him the Medal of Honor and I’ve been grateful for his assistance. "

    " I think when it comes to disputes over the law, we should not contradict the Bible. Our country was founded on Christian principles and they need to remain. The Bible has stood for 2,000 years and these laws should trump any of our laws which have stood for only 200 years. "

    " I support Gov. Stitt and all of our members in Congress in their efforts to keep Oklahoma and America a Christian nation. They are all good Christian men. In fact, I think Senator Inhofe is about the ONLY career politician lawyer who is worth his salt in Congress. And since President Trump became a Christian in 2016, I fully support his efforts as well. Go Trump! "

    " When the sperm and the egg unite, I believe it is God’s will that a child should be born. What God has joined together, let no one put asunder! Adoption is the answer if a woman is unwilling or unable to care for her unborn child. "

    " Criminal justice reform is great, but what are we doing to ensure that NO innocent people end up in jail in the first place? Nothing that I can see, since we have too many attorneys in office. Lawyers become judges become politicians, and this is the problem. Overhauling the legal system will fix it. "

    " Above all else, we should be seeking to put our children first. Who is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven? Not even kings or rulers, it is the least of us who is the greatest according to the Bible. Every law we pass should be for the betterment of our children and their future. "

    " I think climate change is happening, but we should not be spending an exorbitant amount of time, money and resources trying to stop it. America is only one country in the world when you look at the bigger picture. We can only do so much. "

    " I would like to see 5G abolished. I think it is harmful and these horrific structures should be removed. "

    " In 2014, by campaign slogan was that “I think we need more women, more Christians and more regular people in office.” Well, in 2018 we did get more women and more regular people. But with the likes of the “jihad” squad, we need more women who are on the “God” squad! "

    " There may be a separation of church and state, but we should not have a separation of faith and state. Christianity is faith in God, it is not a religion. We should keep the Ten Commandments on our halls of justice, and add the two Jesus gave us: “Love God and love your neighbor as yourself. "

    " I am in favor of prayer being put back in schools as well as spanking. Spare the rod and spoil the child, and simple time-outs have resulted in too many snowflakes. They need a meltdown. "

    " I do not support the “me-too” movement, this is making men afraid to even date a woman which is keeping us from procreating. If this keeps up, America will soon be extinct. "

    " Marriage is between a man and a woman, so I can’t condone this sin. LGBT people represent only 4.5% of the total population, and I believe in ‘live and let live.’ However, we should not be passing laws that favor a small minority. "

    " I am in favor of continuing the wall to stop illegal immigrants from entering. After traveling to Israel with my church in 2017 and seeing the wall around Jerusalem, it just makes sense. We need protection from those seeking to destroy us. "