Category Archives: Tulsa Speaks

Enduring principles of persuasion “Win Bigly”

Most reviews of Scott Adams latest book Win Bigly: Persuasion in a World Where Facts Don’t Matter note a bit of “apprehension.” A lot of people are quite vocal about their personal and/or political hatred of Trump, but when a book is described by Politico as “an oxygen-free cubicle into which is piped a barking infomercial for the president” it makes me want to buy a dozen.

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Elizabeth Warren is disgusting to discuss

Sen. Elizabeth Warran (D-MA, pretend native)

Opinion: Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) continues to insist that “family lore” was sufficient justification to claim — beginning in 1984 in the Pow Wow Chow cookbook and in 1986 on her Texas Bar registration card — that she has Native American heritage.

As a Cherokee Grandfather, I can not fully articulate the level of disgust any mention of her name or image inspires in Oklahoma.

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Bill Maher cracks racist again

Opinion: The man-child Bill Maher is at it again with yet another joke on his tacky HBO show many people are calling racist … but this time he said it right to a black congressman’s face.

It’s okay his friends may say, because the black man is an elected Republican and Bill Maher is a dedicated leftist pandering Hollywood hack.

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Mitt Romney demonstrates disgrace

Mitt Romney

Updated Opinion: It’s a shame globalist loser Mitt Romney doesn’t live the honor he declares. Loyalty is obviously absent his brand. Romney will be sworn into the U.S. Senate Thursday after President Donald Trump helped him win office, but disgraceful will forever be Romney’s legacy: a backstabbing self-aggrandizing fool not to be trusted.  Continue reading

Michelle’s tongue: ‘that sh*t doesn’t work… ’

Opinion: Isn’t it funny how liberal champion Michelle Obama uses foul language at an event and the media swoons over it?  As part of her book tour queen Michelle in a presumed slip of the tongue on Facebook Sheryl Sandberg’s book, “Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead,” said, “And it’s not always enough to lean in, because that sh*t doesn’t work all the time.” Continue reading