1988 Hugh M. Hefner First Amendment Award winners with Hugh M. and Christie Hefner. Print Journalism recipient, David Arnett, is shown far left, back row.
Analysis: National journalists from PolitiFact, the Tampa Bay Times and Poynter are in Tulsa meeting with those who greatly doubt them. Admittedly it was a difficult meeting Tuesday night, but it is clear to friends and foes worldwide that journalism, as we know it, has failed America. Sadly Hugh M. Hefner passed to his final reward Wednesday, but he would have loved the meeting at the Republican Party of Tulsa County offices.
Beyond his hedonism; Hefner promoted the First Amendment and established a foundation with annual awards. I am the 1988 winner of the Hugh M. Hefner First Amendment Award in Print Journalism and Hefner was one reason why I established TulsaToday.com in 1996. Well, that and because the daily newspaper fails so frequently to cover conservatives. Continue reading
A data breach at a credit bureau may be ironic and costly, if not physically sickening, but the fact that roughly 143 million consumers’ records were stolen from Equifax has big implications for victims’ credit record, ability to borrow and possible direct theft. Continue reading
Regnery Publishing announced this week it is cutting all ties with the New York Times — including the New York Times bestseller list.
“As a conservative publisher, we believe that the Times’ list does not represent national sales of conservative books as accurately as other widely-published bestseller lists,” said Marji Ross, President and Publisher of Regnery. Continue reading
Gov. Scott Walker, Photo: Greg Duke, Tulsa Today
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, the chairman of the Republican Governors Association (RGA), is publicly supporting a renewed push to replace Obamacare with a state-centric system that devolves power away from Washington, D.C., out to the 50 states, he told Breitbart News in an exclusive interview on Tuesday evening. Continue reading
Updated: More rain is expected and evacuations continue the Houston Chronicle is reporting this morning.
As of 7:12 AM the death toll is limited to six, but rescuers are working to reach stranded desperate people, examine submerged cars and cope with still-rising rivers and bayous expected to increase. Continue reading