Congressmen rebuke Tulsa chamber for Sen. Landrieu letter

Oklahoma's congressional delegation unanimously sent a public letter of rebuke to the Tulsa Regional Chamber of Commerce for its partisanship in seeking support for the re-election of U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-Louisiana.

West Nile virus confirmed

In July, Oklahoma State Department of Health officials announced the first case had been confirmed in a resident of Major County. Months with the highest risk for exposure to WNV are July through October.

Faith & Freedom conference seeks to 'repair the breach'

Law professor Dr. Judith Reisman and Peter LaBarbera, president/founder of Americans for Truth, will highlight the 2014 Faith and Freedom Prayer Conference from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. September 6 at Oaks Country Club.

Fall classes start at OVCA

(PRNewswire-USNewswire) - Oklahoma Virtual Charter Academy, a public online school serving students in grades K-12, had hundreds of students returning to school August 26 – without ever leaving their homes.

Welfare reform is debated

Three state legislators are working with a conservative think tank to ensure that welfare is used as the temporary safety net that it was designed to be rather than a long-term crutch.  

No leadership from Obama

The rioting in Ferguson, Missouri, may be an indication of a deeper problem in the United States.

Letter: Pulpit instruction?

When was the last time your readers heard their pastor, priest or rabbi mention the Declaration of Independence, which states: "We hold these truths to 

A Change of Mission

Earlier in the year, the Obama administration announced that it wound draw down the U.S. Army's manpower to levels not seen since the 1930s.

Atheists and homosexuals have too much say in American life

The "freedom from religion" activists, after wailing and filing a lawsuit  over the proper decision by the U.S. Supreme Court in the Hobby Lobby case, now appear to be ramping up their sometimes successful actions with boycott threats against other merchants and businesses.