Oklahoma’s Ten Commandment Monument
Governor Mary Fallin today released the following statement regarding Oklahoma’s Ten Commandments monument, which will remain at the Oklahoma State Capitol while legal appeals and potential legislative and constitutional changes are considered:
“The Ten Commandments monument was built to recognize and honor the historical significance of the Commandments in our state’s and nation’s systems of laws. The monument was built and maintained with private dollars. It is virtually identical to a monument on the grounds of the Texas State Capitol which the United States Supreme Court ruled to be permissible. It is a privately funded tribute to historical events, not a taxpayer funded endorsement of any religion, as some have alleged.
National Review just released a video compiling in less than three minutes some of the main reasons Hillary Clinton is not a trustworthy choice for the highest office in the land.
The video, which is entitled “Who is Hillary Clinton?” opens with various high profile Democrats offering their reasons why Clinton is the best choice for president. She is the “most qualified,” they all appear to mimic.
Tulsa, OK—Due to the forecast of inclement weather, Starlight Band has announced that its show scheduled for Tuesday, July 7 at Guthrie Green has been moved to Monday, July 20.
The concert’s theme is “Way Out West” and will feature Jeffrey Smith on fiddle. The free performance will begin at 8pm at Guthrie Green, 111 E. Brady Street, in Tulsa.
On Tuesday, July 14, movie music will be the star of the show at Starlight’s free concert “Night at the Movies.” The performance begins at 8pm at Guthrie Green. “We’re playing some alltime favorite movie themes, including ‘Jurassic Park’, ‘Les Miserables’, ‘Star Wars’ and ‘Annie,’” said Artistic Director L. Dale Barnett. After intermission, a silent short movie will be screened accompanied by live theater organ music. The audience will enjoy the hijinks of Laurel and Hardy as two escaped convicts in “Liberty.”
Sir Tim Hunt
Professor Sir Tim Hunt had won every honor in his field, from Fellowship of the Royal Society to the Nobel Prize. But last month, the pioneering biochemist was dismissed from his post at University College, London (UCL). Why? Because, speaking at a lunch to celebrate female scientists in Seoul, he had introduced his remarks with a clumsy joke about finding it hard to work with women in the laboratory because he fell in love with them and they cried.
One of the women present, a lecturer called Connie St Louis, complained on Twitter about his “sexism”, triggering the usual lynch mob. By the time the professor had returned to London, his career lay about him in broken shards.
MedExpress is opening its second neighborhood medical center in Oklahoma and first in Tulsa on Wednesday, July 8 at 2140 South Yale Ave. The new center will offer a wide array of urgent care, employer health and basic wellness services to help keep Tulsans healthy.
As a welcoming gift to the community, the center is offering free sports and camp physicals to patients ages five and up, July 8 – July 22.
“We’re excited to bring our patient-centered health care to Tulsa,” said Arlene Neal, MedExpress Regional Vice President of Operations for Oklahoma. “At MedExpress, the patient is always our primary focus. We treat your family like we would treat our own – with the highest quality care and consideration.”