Sunday, July 15, 2018

Civics

Civics
immigration

Immigration: Overblown threats and empty gestures

As we wake each day and venture out into a hellscape reality that can best be described as the love child of Back To The...
#oklaed spending

Reports: Dismal #oklaed spending hurts poor, minorities

Oklahoma City can’t afford to ignore national reports by journalists and scholars on the state of our #oklaed spending and society. Report: OKC ranks 48th...
Sen. Greg Treat

Sen. Greg Treat: ‘No desire to unwind the will of the...

The people of Oklahoma spoke loudly Tuesday night to say they want medical marijuana, and at least one leader of the Legislature says the...

You’re out! Primary election shakes up #okleg

On an Oklahoma night when medical marijuana passed and congressional races were close, Tuesday's primary election featured no shortage of drama in legislative face. Six...
Cornett or Stitt

Amid many runoffs, Edmondson awaits Cornett or Stitt

Only a one-word answer is needed: Cornett or Stitt? After being bombarded for more than a year with phone calls and messaging from GOP gubernatorial...
runoff

Runoff bound: Oklahoma congressional candidates struggle to top 50 percent

Democrat Kendra Horn was hoping to have a clear shot at U.S. Rep. Steve Russell (R-OKC) in November, but her five primary opponents combined...
medical marijuana

Puff, puff, pass: Oklahoma approves medical marijuana

Voters in Oklahoma have passed State Question 788, which will legalize medical marijuana, according to results from the State Election Board. Soon after polls...
gubernatorial haircuts

Gubernatorial haircuts: From faux hawks to mullet locks

For many people, the mere thought of getting your hair cut provokes either delight or terror — or possibly both. The haircut we choose tells...
corporation commissioner

Seven challenge 30-year incumbent corporation commissioner

Today, Oklahoma voters will decide their party's nominee for the corporation commissioner seat up for election in 2018. The winner of each party's respective...
video

Video: CD 5 candidate Tom Guild pilfers political signs

While U.S. congressional candidate Tom Guild has apologized for sabotaging the signs of opponent Kendra Horn, surveillance video of Guild's actions has surfaced. Posted above,...

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