An excellent well-referenced article on The Daily Beast by Alexa Corse and Shane Harris explores a two-month gap in Hillary Clinton’s emails that coincides with violence in Libya and the employment status of a top Clinton aide, Huma Abedin.
The story notes that among the approximately 2,000 emails released by the State Department from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s private account, there is a conspicuous two-month gap. So far, there are no emails between Clinton and her State Department staff during May and June 2012, a period of escalating violence in Libya leading up to the September 11 attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi that left four Americans dead.
Sen. Kevin Matthews
Sen. Kevin Matthews said today that members of the Oklahoma Legislative Black Caucus will focus on improving education and increasing training for members of law enforcement and private security personnel in the months ahead. Matthews, who was elected caucus chair in May, said these were two examples of public policy he and his fellow members would be pursuing during the interim and in the 2016 session.
Analysis: The Tulsa World is reporting that the Tulsa County Justice Authority approved an interlocal agreement Monday that clears some “issues” members have “grappled over for months.”
Grappled may be the mildest word available in English for the long bitter dispute frequently played out in competing press conferences.
The agreement next goes to the County Board of Commissioners, which is expected to sign off at a special meeting sometime this week.
Roughnecks vs. Whitecaps
VANCOUVER, B.C.—Legacy fans of the Tul;sa Roughnecks hold a special place in their hearts for Vancouver, British Columbia as it was there, in 1983, the Roughnecks of the North American Soccer League defeated the Toronto Blizzard 2-0 to earn the original club it’s only world championship and Oklahoma it’s only major league title in any sport.
The Roughnecks of the USL made their first trip north of the border on Friday to take on the Whitecaps 2 and it was a tight match through the first 45 minutes. Both teams had quality chances in the first half but outstanding goaltending kept the score knotted at nil at the break.
2 Hip Chick’s Roadshow will be coming back to the Claremore Expo Center Saturday, August 1st, 9 am-5 pm. They have a great selection of boutique, re-purposed and vintage items to choose from! Admission is $4, children 12 and under free! Receive $1 off admission by bringing school supplies (all donated supplies will be distributed to Claremore schools).
Stop by and experience a Wild West Shoot Out at High Noon at the J.M. Davis Arms & Historical Museum on Saturday, August 1st! The Tri-State Gunfighters will also include a Wells Fargo robbery, Western 21 Gun Salute and deputizing of the kids that are there!