Carly Fiorina, Photo by Greg Duke, Tulsa Today
As she did in Oklahoma City at the Southern Republican Leadership Conference; GOP presidential candidate and former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina visited the Western Conservative Summit Saturday growing increasingly enthusiastic support from party participants.
Fiorina spoke about foreign policy, marriage and her plans of the first day in the White House if she is elected President of the United States according to media reports.
Shepherdess Bringing in Sheep
Opinion: I am an University of Oklahoma Sooner, born, bred, and one day dead. My admiration for President David Boren stretches all the way back to my time on his “broom brigade” run for governor 40 years ago. But my university is engaged in something immoral, and it is time for Sooners to speak out.
The Meyers were a family of Jews living in France when the Nazis invaded in 1940. Merely because they were Jews, their homes were invaded, and all of their belongings plundered, including a treasured family painting by Camille Pissarro, named “Shepherdess Bringing in Sheep.”
Coach Bruce Ramsay
TULSA, OK—The Bruce Ramsay era for the Tulsa Oilers is now over.
The six-year coach of the Tulsa Oilers hockey club is leaving to join friend and former teammate (and former Oklahoma City Barons head coach) Todd Nelson in Grand Rapids, Michigan to serve as the assistant coach of the Grand Rapids Griffins of the American Hockey League.
Courtney Paris blocks a Seattle player on Sunday night. Photo Greg Duke, Tulsa Today
TULSA, OK—When younger, Schoolhouse Rock taught us that eight is great. The Shock is there.
The Shock defeated the New York Liberty 71-62 on Friday night, and survived the Seattle Storm 93-89 on Sunday, giving them their seventh and eighth win of the 2015 WNBA season.
Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt
OKLAHOMA CITY – Attorney General Scott Pruitt commented on the U.S. Supreme Court’s opinion in Glossip v. Gross that upheld as constitutional Oklahoma’s lethal injection protocol.
“The state of Oklahoma is vested with the authority to carry out the sentence of death handed out by juries for the most heinous of crimes. State officials act deliberately and thoughtfully in carrying out this responsibility. This marks the eighth time a court has reviewed and upheld as constitutional the lethal injection protocol used by Oklahoma. The Court’s ruling preserves the ability of the Department of Corrections to proceed with carrying out the punishment of death. The state appreciates the justices’ thoughtful consideration of these important issues. I also want to thank Solicitor General Patrick Wyrick and the entire trial team at the Attorney General’s Office for their outstanding legal work in arguing and winning this case before the highest court in the land,” Attorney General Pruitt said.