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OK Treasury receipts reach all-time high

OKLAHOMA CITY – Gross Receipts to the Treasury during the past 12 months, at $12.18 billion, are at an all-time high, State Treasurer Ken Miller announced today. In addition, at $1.1 billion, gross receipts for the month also set a record high for June collections.

“It would appear Oklahoma’s economic engine is hitting on all cylinders,” Miller said. “In addition to the revenue picture, leading and lagging economic indicators paint a positive picture for the state’s economy.”  Continue reading

Political surveillance fabrication explained

Editorial Analysis: House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes on Monday explained simply how Democrats have damaged the FBI, Departments of Justice and State and respect for Rule of Law in America.

Nunes told Fox News’ Laura Ingraham on “The Ingraham Angle” directly that, “We’re not gonna be threatened by the Democrats. They are the ones that have all this blood on their hands.”  Continue reading

The self-aggrandizing antagonistic Acosta

Jim Acosta of CNN, whose shouted, rude and often inane  questions have been a fixture of media events at the White House throughout the Trump presidency, is an “embarrassment,” a former CNN producer said last week.

Acosta’s latest desperate outburst came from the back of the room at the White House on Friday, as President Donald Trump was commenting on the attack against an Annapolis, Maryland, newspaper that left five people dead.    Continue reading

No special session on SQ 788

Governor Mary Fallin issued Friday a statement on how the state will proceed to develop rules and regulations to deal with implementing State Question 788, the medical marijuana ballot issue approved by Oklahoma voters earlier this week. Continue reading

5 million Venezuelan bolivars = $1.45

UPDATED: Five million Venezuelan bolivars is now the equivalent roughly of a minimum-wage worker’s entire monthly salary, $1.45 in the South American country.

Thanks to socialism, it takes 1 million bolivars to buy a cup of coffee in a Venezuelan cafe. That’s a 10,000-bill stack of Venezuela’s most common bank note, the 100-bolivar bill. Even worse, there is now a shortage of water in the oil rich nation. Continue reading