Sunday, June 25, 2017

Commentary

Commentary
The Covenant

The Covenant: ‘Now you hate It, for It’s Queer?’

The Covenant by Derek Geiger I set My Bow in the cloud, A Promise bright and loud. Now My Children are proud, Yet some say it's not allowed. Blind, they...
Waste Watch

U.S. Rep. Russell’s Waste Watch report a ‘publicity stunt’

Congressman Steve Russell’s latest Waste Watch “report” proves the timeless maxim: Even a broken clock is right twice a day. In reviewing the June installment...
Edgemere Community School

Partnerships transform Edgemere Community School

For a decade or more, when walking the dog from our home in Central Park to Edgemere Park, my wife and I witnessed one...
Memphis free care

Oklahoman first in line at Memphis free-care event

Sometimes, the realities of Oklahoma's insufficient and ineffective health care system follow me wherever I go. This weekend was no different. During an attempt to...
I learned a lot

Reporter on first year covering #okleg: ‘I learned a lot’

Entering the Oklahoma State Capitol for the first time as a reporter this session, I felt overwhelmed. Many people see the state Capitol as a...
grocery drone

Amazon purchase of Whole Foods could mean Grocery Drones

I've always wondered how Grocery Drones would work, and now with Amazon's purchase of Whole Foods, we're one step closer to finding out. I think Grocery...
a pass to hell

A few minutes in heaven, out with a pass to Hell

A few minutes in heaven, out with a pass to Hell by Brian Kasaine I have a good sense of humor I guess it's what makes me...
human advantage

Youthful commentary: Sex ed and the ‘human advantage’

On Facebook earlier this month, a concerned reader critiqued a commentary published on NonDoc about public relations at a local, private high school. That reader...
John Joseph Matthews

The rise of John Joseph Mathews, renowned Osage writer

(Editor's note: The following is an excerpt from the book John Joseph Mathews: Life of an Osage Writer. The book was published by the...
Shadidvideo

Challenges ahead for funding schools with MAPS

During Tuesday's meeting, Ward 2 OKC Councilman Ed Shadid pushed the City Council to engage in a "desperate act for a desperate time" and devote...
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