IRS Commissioner John Koskinen referred congressional charges of corrupt Clinton Foundation “pay-to-play” activities to his tax agency’s exempt operations office for investigation, The Daily Caller News Foundation has learned. In an exclusive breaking news story Wednesday that most national media followed, the Clintons show, again, they presume to live and rule above the law.
The request to investigate the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation on charges of “public corruption” was made in a July 15 letter by 64 House Republicans to the IRS, FBI and Federal Trade Commission (FTC). They charged the foundation is “lawless.”
(Oklahoma City) – The deadline to register for the Aug. 23 State Runoff Primary Election is fast approaching, Oklahoma State Election Board Assistant Secretary Pam Slater said Thursday.
Voters have until Friday, July 29 to register to vote, change their address or update other registration information before the Statewide Primary. Party affiliation changes will not be processed until after the Runoff.
Governor Mary Fallin
OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor May Fallin late Wednesday issued this statement on the announcement that $140.8 million initially cut from agency allocations midyear can now be allocated.
“I’ve begun discussions with legislative leaders to consider calling lawmakers to return in special session to address the issue of teacher pay raises. I continue to support a pay raise for teachers, having called on lawmakers at the beginning of this year’s session to approve a teacher pay raise.
Experience the beauty and richness of Native American culture when the Intertribal Indian Club of Tulsa (IICOT) hosts the 39th Annual Pow Wow of Champions August 12-14, 2016. The dance is located at the Oral Roberts University, Mabee Center, 7777 South Lewis,Tulsa, OK.
I.I.C.O.T. invites every one of all nationalities, young, or old, to attend a magnificent celebration of Native American culture.
The Mabee Center will come alive in a colorful expression of dance, drum music and song as members of tribal nations throughout the country gather together to honor, strengthen and share traditions and with each other and the general public.
Senator Dan Newberry
SAND SPRINGS – Oklahoma State Senator Dan Newberry hosted key officials from the Oklahoma Department of Transportation in Senate District 37 on Friday to discuss transportation and infrastructure conditions in Senate District 37, which includes portions of Jenks, Sand Springs and Glenpool.
Senator Newberry welcomed ODOT Director Mike Patterson and members of his staff. They viewed conditions along Highway 51 near Sand Springs, where residents have expressed concerns about sections of the highway eroding.