Inhofe says stop PP federal funds

U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe, R-Oklahoma, has renewed his call for Congress to continue the fight to defund and investigate Planned Parenthood.

Bridenstine’s bill would halt Planned Parenthood funding

U.S. Rep. Jim Bridenstine, R-Oklahoma, has introduced the GRACE Act, a bill to prohibit federal government contracts from going to companies that donate to Planned Parenthood.  He is already sponsoring numerous other bills to cut direct government funding to the organization.

AG urges states to deny Iran deal

President Obama apparently has enough votes to  prevent an override of an expected veto of his nuclear weapons deal with Iran.

Banning the Ten Commandments

What issue could unite Jewish rabbis with Muslims who are part of an organization linked with extremism?

Fruits and nuts in California?

California is paying for a man to have a sex change operation. Shiloh Quine, who was named Rodney Quine when he went to prison in 1980, has convinced state psychologists that he is really a woman trapped in a man’s body.

American Exceptionalism makes the United States unique

When I travel on an airline, I like to read, and so I always try to plan ahead to buy some good books to keep my mind occupied and to learn something new.  This time I read a very short book entitled, American Exceptionalism, by Charles Murray.

Girls and Gays to the Rescue

The Russians, North Koreans, Iranians, Chinese, ISIS and other rogue countries must have taken note  - don't push President Obama over the line.

It's our job to take care of our own body

At the August 20 regular Thursday meeting of the World War II Vets of Tulsa, one of our regular attendees rose to inform us of a problem he has experienced with a prescription furnished by the Veterans Administration clinic in Tulsa. 

OSU opens Thursday versus underdog Central Michigan

In the past 10 years, Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy has won eight of 10 season openers and the two losses were on the road against  No. 1 Florida State (last year) and No. 13 Georgia (2007).