Officials pushing for protection of servicemen

Oklahoma officials want servicemen and women to be protected in light of the murder of five members of the military by a Muslim terrorist in Chattanooga, Tennessee this month.

Senators point to Planned Parenthood ethical problems

U.S. Senator Jim Inhofe, R-Oklahoma, joined 49 of his fellow senators in a letter to Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell following the release of footage by the Center for Medical Progress depicting senior Planned Parenthood Federation of America executives discussing in gruesome detail the organization's role in the harvesting of the organs of unborn babies. 

Graham festival seeking singers

The Good News Festival with Franklin Graham is seeking singers from across Oklahoma to join the Festival Choir which will perform on the second day of the Festival, August 23, and also sing back-up for Grammy award-winning musical artist Michael W. Smith. 

$1,160,000.00 to Tulsa World?

Tulsa City Councilors Blake Ewing and G.T. Bynum (and others) have voted  to give the Tulsa World a $1,160,000.00 tax break.

Homosexuals are not finished

The battle is not over. The Homosexual Agenda is not fulfilled. After a liberal Supreme Court overturned the Defense of Marriage Act and legalized homosexual marriage in all 50 states, you would think that the radical homosexuals – the Sodomites – would be satisfied.

U.S. heroin problem is growing

Heroin usage among the 18-25-year-old population has more than doubled over the past decade and a big reason is abuse of prescribed opioid painkillers.

Higher taxes from city councilors

All of Tulsa's city councilors can't wait to raise taxes and spend hundreds of millions of dollars on the pet projects of their handlers at the chamber of commerce.

Teaching youth to be 'fishers of men'

I spent part of the summer living in the Darien Jungle of Panama in a small Embera village called Ipeti. Three young men and I slept outside in hammocks while the women and other men slept inside a hut. We walked from village to village presenting the Gospel. 

Baseball Hall of Fame is like a walk through our history

While growing up in Western New York, I had the opportunity to make the baseball fan pilgrimage to Cooperstown, New York, many times and to visit the National Baseball Hall of Fame. However, I never had the chance to be there during Hall of Fame induction weekend, when the little town in Eastern New York State, quadruples its population.

At age 87, Tommy LaSorda still loves his LA Dodgers

Tommy Lasorda, the Los Angeles Dodgers longtime employee and Hall of Fame manager, was in town last week visiting the Tulsa Drillers and visiting with fans. Over a three-day period, Lasorda did two autograph sessions, a Q&A with the local media, spoke to the Drillers players and watched three ball games at ONEOK Field.

Minor league personality in Kannapolis, North Carolina

This was not my first trip to Kannapolis, North Carolina, nor was it my first time to watch their minor league baseball team, the Intimidators, play. It was, however, my first time to meet and watch self-proclaimed cheerleader, the "Uh-huh Guy" perform.