Frank X. “Frazier” Henke IV
OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Mary Fallin today announced the appointment of Frank X. “Frazier” Henke IV to serve on the state Board of Corrections.
Henke, president and chief executive officer of American Bank and Trust Co. in Tulsa, will serve with full membership powers on an interim basis pending state Senate confirmation. He was named to fill an unexpired term that ends March 15, 2019.
On Wednesday, H.R. 2319, the Native American Veterans’ Memorial Amendments Act, was passed unanimously out of the House Natural Resources Committee. Congressman Mullin (OK-2) serves on the committee and is the original sponsor of H.R. 2319.
Congressman Mullin, a Cherokee, is one of only two Native Americans in Congress, the other being Congressman Tom Cole (OK-4), a Chickasaw, who is one of the 14 cosponsors of the legislation.
Meteorologists are predicting that an ice storm coming to Oklahoma has the potential to cause serious damage to homes and businesses. But what you do today could protect you from the worst of it.
According to the Insurance Information Institute (I.I.I.), damage from snow, ice and freezing temperatures causes more than a billion dollars in insurance losses in the United States every year.
It’s that bustling time between Thanksgiving and Christmas (Christ’s Mass), our nationally recognized and congressionally “established” birthday celebration for Jesus, the sovereign Lord of all mankind. Now is a valuable opportunity to reflect upon our nation’s past, present and future (our true past, not the historically revised version propagated by secular-”progressives”).
First, for the public school-educated: No, Thanksgiving was not about high-fiving the Indians for corn on the cob. In his 1789 Thanksgiving Day Proclamation, George Washington made abundantly clear exactly Whom America should thank, and why.
A major athletic shoe manufacturer is developing foot-scanners destined to be placed at selected stores. These scanners purportedly have the capability to scan an individual’s feet and send data to a manufacturing site. The plan is to ship the custom-ordered $3,000 (approximately) pairs of shoes to consumers within one week. Soles, fabric and colors can be selected from sizable menus. Shazaam or something.