With a score of 100 out of 100 points, Sen. Nathan Dahm, R-Broken Arrow; Rep. David Brumbaugh, R-Broken Arrow; Rep. Chuck Strohm, R-Tulsa; and Rep. Mark McCullough, R-Sapulpa, gained the top ratings in the 37th annual Oklahoma Conservative Index by the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper.
If U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz is elected president, he is promising a very busy first day in office.
Mayor Dewey Bartlett wants to raise taxes to pay for public safety concerns.
Gov. Mary Fallin has called a November 10 special primary election to replace state Sen. Rick Brinkley.
Craig Murray, a retired Tulsa police officer who is now assistant police chief of Mounds, announced he is a Republican candidate for state Senate District 25. The district includes Bixby, southeast Tulsa and southwest Broken Arrow.
Amy Schumer is a blue, over-sexed comedienne who wants to disarm America.
New York Magazine reported the story of an 18-year-old woman who has fallen in love with her father, whom she plans to marry and then have children.
The liberal Tulsa World, owned and controlled by billionaire atheist Warren Buffet, loves tribal casinos, discounting the social damage they do and promoting their "economic impact."
It is hard to judge which is worse, same-sex marriage or the Boy Scout approving gay scoutmasters or the views of the Oklahoma Supreme Court on the Ten Commandments monument.
I do not know what Donald Trump's game is, but he is upsetting the apple cart by exposing the wolves in sheep's skins. Fox News has been a real hawk on trying to get America in a nuclear war with Russia over Syria who tolerated Christians and Jews and the Ukraine.
Tulsans' monthly water bill is going up 7 percent every year. This year the sewer rate is rising 9 percent. Gasoline prices are rising. Eggs cost more than $3 a dozen and hamburger is over $3 a pound.
Last week I discussed how the federal government is exerting a great deal of influence, pressure and power over local governments to achieve the goals of those in the federal government. In particular, I was referring to the drive toward high-density development, eventually at the demise of the kind of development that the vast majority Americans have shown preference for, the suburbs.
It was bound to come up sooner or later. In Bloomberg Businessweek's Open Remarks, columnist Charles Kenny wrote, "Immigrants to the Rescue.
The PRESBO Administration appears to be determined to do everything possible to bring down the economy and pre-eminence of the United States by whatever actions he and his staff can think of in their collective minds. One of the most obvious, to we who love and respect the Constitution and the subsequent statutes, is the apparent attempt to lose the "War on Terrorism."
I have a gripe. I hate to start out in such a negative way, but I won't feel better until I get this off my chest. It was 5:30 in the morning and I was standing at the airline counter with more than 40 students. Suddenly, the lady taking our tickets looked at our luggage and announced, "You can't ship a box on the plane."
Oklahoma Coach Bob Stoops shuffled his coaching staff to pump up his offense and in a few weeks, fans will see if those changes will have an impact.
Each year when the Professional Bull Riders Built Ford Tough Series comes to Tulsa, I am there, and this year was the 11th time the PBR made a stop in Tulsa. Well, this time around I finally had the opportunity to interview PBR entertainer extraordinaire, Flint Rasmussen.
New Tulsa Coach Philip Montgomery is looking for consistency as he molds his first offense for the Golden Hurricane.
A former Cowboy star quarterback is having an impact on the current crop of Oklahoma State signal callers to help them achieve similar stardom.
If sportswriters who cover the American Athletic Conference are correct, first-year coach Philip Montgomery and the Tulsa Golden Hurricane have nowhere to go but up.
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.