Saturday, October 20, 2018

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Brian McCall lurking fundamentalist

OU College of Law’s Brian McCall another lurking fundamentalist

On Sept. 30, the OU Daily reported that University of Oklahoma law professor and associate dean Brian McCall argued in a 2014 book that,...
vote

Young people, make government what you want: Vote

As young people, it can feel as if we are occupying an age in which someone else decides the rules. Only about 46 percent of...
ABLE Commission

ABLE Commission preps for new alcohol laws, pandemonium

Oklahoma's new alcohol laws will take effect Monday, Oct. 1. While the ABLE Commission has been working long and hard to prepare for the...
Embrace OKC

Embrace OKC seeks to prevent mental illness in OKCPS

At the Oklahoma City Public School System working board meeting Sept. 24, Oklahoma Department of Mental Health Commissioner Terri White introduced a “historic” collaboration. She...
marijuana lawsuits

Lawyer: Medical marijuana restrictions could burn cities

Whole industries are not often born overnight. Medical marijuana presents unique challenges for Oklahoma’s state government: SQ 788 legalized medical marijuana within mere months...
video

John Oliver discovers that Facebook is a toilet

We have said it before, and we will say it again: Facebook remains an indispensable yet thoroughly disgusting part of our daily lives as...
physicians offices

The doctor is out: Two threats to physicians’ offices

In my first commentary on NonDoc, I outlined my desire to examine the Amazon-Berkshire Hathaway-Chase Bank collaborative to reform health care by breaking all...
vices

Editorial: Oklahoma loosens grip on vices

After teachers filled the Oklahoma State Capitol this spring, they returned to classrooms having achieved a primary policy objective to move their state forward:...

Toad in the hole: Mushroom has long week

It's true, I've heard these jokes equating the Super Mario Brothers character Toad with a penis. I've heard them since I was very young, but...
Boom Town

Boom Town: Chaos and order at odds in OKC

The battle between chaos and control in Oklahoma City constitutes the main theme in Sam Anderson’s new book, Boom Town. As is true of Oklahoma...

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