Billed as "The Most Important Debate of the Year," the question of how quickly should abortion be outlawed will be debated here April 25.
Dr. Mark Christian spoke last week at the Oklahoma State Capitol at a meeting sponsored by state Rep. John Bennett and warned about the Islamic threat against America and Oklahoma.
Legislation signed into law by Gov. Mary Fallin will expand wiretapping statutes to cover crimes of human trafficking for labor, commercial sex and the prostitution of children.
A measure that would protect the property rights of Oklahomans by restricting how small municipalities annex land cleared the Senate and is now heading to the governor's desk.
Legislation approved by the Oklahoma House would allow rural school districts to sponsor a charter school.
The Tulsa School Board loves to spend money on administrators but not on teacher salaries.
President Barack Obama lied about his unbridled support for homosexuality when he ran for office in 2008 and for re-election in 2012.
In the fourth year of a drought, California is taking serious steps to ration water.
When those we elect to office to represent us vote as constituents request (or demand), we the people feel like we have been heard and represented.
As lovable and cuddly Jeb Bush can appear, he and his family are more of the same. Did anyone one of them decry the in-your-face abuse of power most Republicans allowed Obama to seize?
This year, I will qualify for Social Security retirement payments.
RLUIPA, the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act, is a federal law that was enacted in 2000 in an effort to protect churches primarily from abuse from local governments that used zoning tactics to prevent them from expansion.
You might want to obtain the April 6 copy of BusinessWeek to read about how heavy handed political influence is properly applied. The article in question is Ben Elgin's and Matthew Philip's article entitled, "Oklahoma Shakes: Big Oil's Link to Big Quakes."
There was an interesting "news" story in the February 8 issue of the daily newspaper in Tulsa that immediately caught my eye even though it was relegated back to page 14 of the first section. The headline read "Democrats angry over Netanyahu's speech" while the sub-headline was "They fear the Israeli PM's visit will aid the GOP."
I grew up in a world that, devoid of most media outlets, was largely self-contained. TV was in its infancy, and the newspaper was something we took mostly for the local news. International news came from the radio or what was then called then a "newsreel." Shown before a movie began, each newsreel consisted of a short documentary containing recent news and events.
It's good to have two quarterbacks in the rugged Big 12 Conference.
Fast. That's how new Tulsa football coach Philip Montgomery wants his offense to play and Saturday's spring game showed progress toward that goal.
Alliance Defending Freedom sent letters to six public universities - including The University of Oklahoma - after they received complaints from Freedom From Religion (atheist) Foundation wrongly stating that having basketball team chaplains is unconstitutional.
On paper, it appears the Tulsa Shock had a really good draft. With three quality selections in the 2015 WNBA Draft, the Shock should see a boost in talent this season.
The Top 100 is one of the most highly sought-after titles of recognition Ducks Unlimited offers to its local chapters. Each year, the list is comprised of the top 100 fundraising chapters in the United States that raise up to $100,000 through fundraising activities in their communities.
A Christian family combines hospitality with some of the best fly fishing in America in Southern Missouri
DORA, Mo. - Myron and Ann McKee have built an oasis in the Ozarks in Southwest Missouri that is famous for fly fishing but offers so much more.
BRANSON, Mo. – People like to look up to Janice Martin.
BRANSON, Mo. – There’s always something new in Branson but one thing is not new – a deep sense of patriotism and love for America.
BRANSON, Mo. – Two aspects of the production of Jonah by Sight & Sound Theater here are particularly striking.