State survey: Marriage is affirmed

The Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma's Ethics & Religious Liberty Committee (ERLC) has released the results from its 2014 Voter's Guide: For the Well-Informed Voter of Faith, which asked all Oklahoma candidates six questions on moral and ethical issues.

10 Commandments vandalized

A vandal destroyed the Ten Commandments monument at the State Capitol last Thursday night, prompting a call for an investigation by lawmakers.

McCullough: stable marriages have a impact on kids

School superintendents, social scientists and a marriage and family specialist told the House Human Services Committee during an interim study this month that stable marriages, parental involvement and poverty are overwhelmingly the most important factors that determine a student's educational success.

Tulsa Beacon Nov. 4 endorsements

Americans have the privilege of voting for government officials. That carries a responsibility for citizens to vote with information about the candidates.

Letter: God and Einstein

The October 2 issue of the Tulsa Beacon included a story about the film, A Matter of Faith. Certainly, I believe that God created all things and all of us. 

Don't retain Judge Jane Wiseman

As the majority of Oklahomans watched in disgust, Judge Jane Wiseman officiated the first legalized homosexual marriage October 6 and called it a "joyous occasion."

Re-elect Commissioner Costello

Oklahoma Commissioner of Labor Mark Costello is a fourth generation Oklahoman with more than 25 years experience in private business.

Urban planning liberals think everyone agrees with them

There seems to be a movement among liberals in urban planning circles who believe that conservatives are embracing liberal policies such as smart growth, sustainability, high-density development, new urbanism, transit-oriented communities and anti-sprawl concepts.

Tulsa Stumbles But Who Cares?

Hilti North America just announced that it would move 250 jobs - including its headquarters - to Dallas.  Hilti had only been a premier Tulsa company since 1979.  Why would a 35-year Tulsa company find Dallas more appealing?  Could it be to get away from failing public schools or perhaps the fact Texas has no state income tax?

'Shoe evangelist' is really a 'sole mate'

I had to fly to Tampa the other day to tape a television show. After I finished, I had the joy of meeting up with two of our missionary alumni. We decided to meet at the food court at a mall located near the airport. 

Mexicans defeat Revolution

What began as a friendly exhibition match quickly became a hotly contested serious affair as the Mexican National Indoor Soccer team defeated the Tulsa Revolution, 11-3, Saturday night at the Cox Business Center.