Jason Christie resigns from Tulsa Oilers

Coach Jason Christie. Photo by Kevin Pyle

The Jason Christie era for the Tulsa Oilers Hockey club is officially over.

The winningest coach in the history of the ECHL tendered his resignation with the team on Monday morning. Behind the bench in Tulsa for two seasons, Christie compiled a 64-67-9-4 record as Tulsa’s Head Coach. Tulsa finished ninth in the Western Conference and one point shy of a playoff spot in 2015-16, Christie’s first season.   Continue reading

President Trump’s moments in Arabia

President Trump addresses the Gulf Cooperation Council

Ryan Mauro has crafted a concise analysis of what he calls, “President Trump’s brazen speech in Saudi Arabia.”

Mauro is a Clarion Project Shillman Fellow, national security analyst and an adjunct professor of counter-terrorism.  Continue reading

Universal coverage means less care

The reported success of the Affordable Care Act (ACA or ObamaCare) is based on enrollment. Millions more have “coverage.” Similarly, the predicted disasters from repeal have to do with loss of coverage. Tens of thousands of deaths will allegedly follow.

Where are the statistics about the number of heart operations done on babies born with birth defects, the latest poster children? How about the number of babies saved by this surgery, and the number allowed to die without an attempt at surgery — before and after ACA?   Continue reading

Vladimir Putin has proof of Trump truth

Analysis: Russian President Vladimir Putin said early Wednesday that he is willing to provide transcripts of the meeting between Russian officials and President Trump to Congress in order to prove the president did not share classified secrets, The Hill and Circa.com have reported.

Putin is reportedly willing to hand over such records after The Washington Post published, by all standards, a factious report disputed by eyewitnesses that Trump revealed classified information to Russian officials during a meeting in the Oval Office.  Continue reading