“American Pickers” to film locally

Mike Wolfe, Frank Fritz, and the “American Pickers” team have announced a return to Northeastern Oklahoma to film episodes of the series American Pickers throughout the area in December 2018. AMERICAN PICKERS explores the world of antique “picking” on the History Channel. The show follows Mike and Frank as they seek sizeable, unique collections and the interesting stories behind them. They were last here in October 2017.  Continue reading

Criminal invader caravan coming

Caravan of Honduran migrants – land pirates underway

In an opinion piece by Newt Gingrich on FoxNews.com; the former Speaker of the House asserts the current caravan of about 4,000 mostly military age young men from Central America seeking to enter Mexico and then the United States illegally is attempting to invade, attack and plunder.  Continue reading

Adams: Greatest GOP turnout ever

Scott Adams, Dilbert cartoonist

Scott Adams, an early predictor of Donald Trump’s success, told Breitbart News it is too difficult to predict which party will win the November midterm elections, because there are too many local variations in state-by-state and district-by-district battles, “too many variables bigger than persuasion.”  But he predicts that we will see “the greatest turnout by Republicans, maybe ever.” Continue reading

What election means to your medical care

People are marching with “Health Care Voter” signs, and this is generally believed to be one of the most important issues in the  midterm elections. Republicans who got elected on a promise to repeal ObamaCare, and reneged, may now get unelected. Voters who supported them are dissatisfied and Democrats demand still more government involvement in medicine.    Continue reading

Politician and public pension perks

Pensions are bankrupting cities and states nationwide and Oklahoma is no exception.  As Jonathan Small and Mike Brake report, “Government jobs have long been known for relatively generous pensions. This is especially true for some longtime elected officials in Oklahoma.”  Continue reading