It starts with a major American city electing a lesbian as its mayor. The city then goes on to ram through a “transgender rights” ordinance giving certain desperately messed-up men the “right” to use women’s rest rooms. By now we have already entered the Twilight Zone, but it gets worse.
Senator Dan Newberry (R-Tulsa) has been cleared in a recent decision by the Ethics Commission regarding his campaign expenditures.
In September, the Oklahoma Democratic Party filed a complaint with the Oklahoma Ethics Commission, accusing Newberry of improperly documenting expenditures from his campaign. Earlier this month the Ethics Commission dismissed the case, clearing Senator Newberry of any wrongdoing.
Numbers never lie, but, in the topsy-turvy world of college football, numbers can be incorrect. Case in point, one week after being statistically dominated by the Texas Longhorns in their annual showdown and coming out victorious, the tables were turned on the Oklahoma Sooners Saturday against Bill Snyder’s Kansas State Wildcats. Just looking at the game stats, one would think the Sooners chalked up another Big 12 win at home. However, at games end, the scoreboard read 31-30 in favor of the Wildcats. On this game day, the Sooners weren’t good enough to overcome turnovers and special teams meltdowns.
U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.), senior member of the Senate Environment and Public Works (EPW) Committee, praised the EPW Committee Republicans’ report released today titled, “Setting the Record Straight: Hydraulic Fracturing and America’s Energy Revolution.”
“Through the dedication of Ranking Member David Vitter and the hard work of committee staff, this report dispels the falsehoods perpetuated by the Obama Administration and environmental extremists about hydraulic fracturing,” said Inhofe.
Gambling monkeys, dancing zombies and mountain lions on treadmills are just a few projects exposed in Wastebook 2014 – highlighting $25 billion in Washington’s worst spending of the year.
Wastebook 2014 — the report Washington doesn’t want you to read —reveals the 100 most outlandish government expenditures this year, costing taxpayers billions of dollars.
“With no one watching over the vast bureaucracy, the problem is not just what Washington isn’t doing, but what it is doing.” Dr. Coburn said. “Only someone with too much of someone else’s money and not enough accountability for how it was being spent could come up some of these projects.”