WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) today issued the following statement, memorializing Kate Steinle on the first anniversary of her untimely death in San Francisco at the hands of an illegal alien who had several felony convictions and had been deported from the United States five times:
“One year ago, Kate Steinle was spending time with her father on San Francisco’s Pier 14. What happened next was something that never should have occurred. Kate’s time with her family and, ultimately, her life were brought to an abrupt end,” Sen. Cruz said.
Reports surfaced during Tuesday’s Tulsa primary election that some voters were not allowed to vote. Minor media hyped, Facebook conspiracy rumors exploded and election officials began to investigate. Late Thursday, the Tulsa County Election Board released the following statement:
The County Election Board has looked at each precinct in the recent City of Tulsa election and have determined the issue to be confined to 10 precincts, not all 176. In those 10 precincts, 25 voters were not issued the City of Tulsa ballot.
The public is invited to join Kenneth W. Hagin, Lynette Hagin, Craig W. Hagin, and Denise Hagin Burns, with other experienced ministers from across the country for Campmeeting 2016 a power-packed week of services for the entire family.
Campmeeting 2016 kicks off Sunday, July 24, at 6:00 p.m. in the Rhema Bible Church Auditorium, located at 1025 W. Kenosha in Broken Arrow. For the remainder of the week, services begin at 10:00 a.m., 2:30 p.m., and 7:30 p.m. The final service is set for Friday, July 29, at 7:30 p.m. If you can’t attend in person, Campmeeting services will also be streamed live at rhema.tv.
Bruce Plante from planteink.com
Opinion Updated: It must be nice to be a cartoonist. They are not required to be truthful or balanced in any regard. They can be odd and are not required to be correct in detail. Like Meteorologists in Oklahoma, paid regardless – right or wrong, rain or shine.
In the Sunday print edition of the Tulsa World, cartoonist Bruce Plante goes after Donald Trump. A safe easy target as all of Plante’s superiors are raving Leftists and only on the Left does any comedy reside – just ask them.
U.S. Rep. Jim Bridenstine (1st Dist. OK)
Opinion: Tulsa oilman Tom Atkinson has spent $400,000 of his own money to race against incumbent U.S. Rep. Jim Bridenstine and raised another $300,000 much from out of state according to the latest reports. The total gives Atkinson a significant budget for broadcast media and repetitive mailings in the 1st District of Oklahoma.
Atkinson has used the money to tag himself as a conservative, but has failed miserably to explain why he would be a better conservative than Rep. Jim Bridenstine which suggests he would be less conservative. Point of irony: Atkinson has attacked Bridenstine because he is conservative.