MLK Day reflections

Editorial:  I personally miss Rev. Martin Luther King. Despite flaws, I admire the man for the principle and courage he showed repeatedly with passion in leadership publicly. I take his instruction seriously to judge by character rather than color when I fail in the Christian Faith which says not to judge at all.

I know from detailed study that Rev. King was a practicing Christian and American Patriot opposed to the Marxism, collectivism or communism today’s disinformationists try to paint him with in retrospect.   Continue reading

Black unemployment at lowest on record

In Friday’s jobs report, black unemployment reached a record low: 6.8 percent.

That’s the lowest black unemployment since the Bureau of Labor Statistics began tracking employment in 1972.  Surprisingly reported by the Washington Post, headline: “Trumps first year jobs numbers were very, very good.  Continue reading

OK treasury shows surging growth

Gross Receipts to the Oklahoma Treasury surged by 12 percent in December and grew at a healthy rate of 6.2 percent during the 2017 calendar year, State Treasurer Ken Miller announced today. At $1 billion, December collections are up by $107.9 million compared to receipts from December 2016. During the last year, gross receipts topped the $11 billion mark, finishing at $11.45 billion ahead of 2016 collections by $667.6 million.   Continue reading