Support for graduation from college

State Rep. Sean Roberts said he has a proposal that would support the governor's goal of increasing college graduates in Oklahoma, an initiative that would benefit all Oklahomans.

Bill forces consent for smart meters

House Bill 1454 by Rep. David Brumbaugh, R-Broken Arrow, would stop utilities (like Public Service Company of Oklahoma) from installing a smart meter without the permission of the homeowner.

Forcing unneeded vaccinations

Liberals believe that all children, no matter what their upbringing or moral fiber, will have sex before marriage.

Vote no on $415m TPS bonds

On March 3, voters in the Tulsa Public School District will decide the fate of a $415,000,000.00 property tax increase.

Facts don't trump a 'good story'

Brian Williams, the news anchor of the NBC Nightly News has been suspended without pay for six months after he apologized on the air for lying about his reporting on the invasion of Iraq in 2003.

The Mayor Needs to Lead

Numbers have not come easily for Tulsa Mayor Dewey Bartlett. Just after announcing that Midstates Petroleum Company would move 25 individuals from Houston  (where the mayor promised more corporate moves), a tidal wave of layoffs swept across Tulsa.  Helmerich & Payne, Laredo Petroleum, Chaparral, Apache and Denver based SM Energy announced over 2,000 job cuts.

WVU beats OSU

Guards Juwan Staten and Gary Browne of West Virginia combined for 40 points as the Mountaineers topped Oklahoma State 73-63 last Saturday in Stillwater.

Temple victory boosts TU hopes

Tulsa pulled to within one-half game of first place in the American Athletic Conference with a 55-39 home win over third-place Temple.

SDSU tops ORU

Despite a career-high 18-point effort by Albert Owens, ORU fell 81-52 Saturday at South Dakota State.

OU spring drills March 7

University of Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops said the Sooners will begin spring football practice on March 7. Stoops also said that Oklahoma's Pro Day will be conducted on March 11.