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Commentary

About NonDoc NonDoc.com serves as a responsible public forum for news and commentary. Our commentary section is open for public submission on a variety of topics. Promotional pieces are not accepted as commentary submissions. To learn the guidelines for submitting commentary pieces, pitch your topic and thesis statement to editorial@nondoc.com.

Ten Commandments: Reactions spur moral discussion

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Newspapers bet big on Back to the Future Day

Newseum.org offers daily content for the newspaper geek. Of which, I am. In particular, I like dissecting the front page. Luckily for me, Newseum posts its...

City Sentinel’s double pug obituaries confuse pug lover

Ivy Jane was a President Obama supporter. What exactly did Ivy like about our 44th president? Was it his health care initiative? Maybe his...
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Team building shows mistaken theory of leadership

What do you do when a company's management or executives live and work in different places? The answer may be the same as any other...

TV news host calls out Capitol press corps

The workers' compensation story that NPR and ProPublica released last week caught the attention of KOKC 1520's Scott Mitchell. As host of News 9's Sunday...
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Sunday Funday: We died happy, offline

Archaeology by Andy Bowen In a thousand years they'll dig us up in Oklahoma. They'll sort through our bones At the bottom of that canyon With furrowed brows and...
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Commie symp author accomplished much for Oklahoma

Once upon a time, Oklahoma was considered a liberal (if not radical) place. It had a progressive constitution designed to make government responsible to...
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Courts could use EEOC rulings to protect LGBT rights

Despite past attempts to pass a comprehensive federal-employment law protecting gays, lesbians and transgendered persons, there is currently no federal statute explicitly forbidding sexual-orientation...

Twitter Audit: About 6 percent of Red Dirt Report followers ‘real’

At the end of last week's series on social media use among local news outlets, I noted that, as with every study, more research...
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Democratic debate: All about that base

The first 2016 Democratic presidential debate was dominated by passionate policy promises around populist issues that fueled Barack Obama's coalition of excited voters in 2008: young voters,...

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