Buying the first home is an exciting and important milestone for many Americans and these purchases comprise 38% of all U.S. single-family home sales (2017).
To determine the most favorable housing markets for first-time buyers, finance web site WalletHub today released a report that takes the pulse of real estate in 300 cities of varying sizes using 27 key metrics.
The data set ranges from housing affordability to real-estate tax rate to property-crime rate. For the record you should know, the best place to buy in America is Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. Continue reading
Drum Corps International (DCI) will be in Broken Arrow for the Tour of Champions – Oklahoma on Tuesday, July 17 at Broken Arrow Memorial Stadium.
The show is presented by Drums of Summer and is part of the 2018 Summer Tour that includes 109 shows in 37 states with 47 drum corps on the road to World Championship Finals in Indianapolis August 11. Continue reading
Here are 352 (and counting) verified acts of violence and harassment against Trump supporters, much of it committed by Antifa terrorists wearing masks. Others appear as unorganized outbreaks by individuals (2015-18) apparently driven to rage by opposition media (formerly establishment media). This list, compiled and updated by Breitbart.com, grows daily.
Congress has now proposed law that would enhance penalties for anyone who “injures, oppresses, threatens, or intimidates any person” while wearing a disguise or mask. Continue reading
The National Trust for Historic Preservation has named Route 66 to its National Treasures portfolio will pursue National Historic Trail status for one of “America’s 11 Most Endangered Historic Places.” The centerpiece of the campaign is a month-long road trip in Tulsa today to help preserve the “Main Street of America.”
This morning, you may join the tour at a morning meet up at the Meadow Gold Sign, 1324 E. 11th St., Tulsa. Continue reading
The Oklahoma State Board of Health Tuesday took steps to gut the state’s fledgling medical cannabis program, despite a landslide electoral victory and the support of over 507,000 voters who supported legalization. UPDATE: Gov. Fallin signs Board of Health rules into law.
In split decisions likely to enrage many, the Board voted to ban all smokable cannabis products from dispensaries, banned many edible products and created a new requirement for pharmacists to be present in all dispensaries. Continue reading