Category Archives: Tulsa Speaks

When facts fail, the far left ratchets up fear

OPINION:  My Democratic colleagues have grown desperate. In the two years their party sat on the sidelines, our nation thrived under Republican leadership. That must be why, month after month, on issue after issue, Democrats and their far-left allies replace inconvenient facts with pure partisan scare tactics.  Continue reading

Transgender rollback is good news

Opinion: Thank you, Mr. President, for moving to make male and female great again.

In the last few years, biological girls have seen their rights violated in school bathrooms and sports. National confusion has ensued ever since the previous administration decided to reinterpret Title IX’s sex anti-discrimination clause to include self-proclaimed “gender identity.”  Continue reading

Adams: Greatest GOP turnout ever

Scott Adams, Dilbert cartoonist

Scott Adams, an early predictor of Donald Trump’s success, told Breitbart News it is too difficult to predict which party will win the November midterm elections, because there are too many local variations in state-by-state and district-by-district battles, “too many variables bigger than persuasion.”  But he predicts that we will see “the greatest turnout by Republicans, maybe ever.” Continue reading

Tulsa State Fair fun for Republicans

Analysis:  Media described it as “controversy… brewing in the GOP booth,” but it was more what Conservative Republicans do – stand on principle. In this case showing support for border security with a display of glitter, paper and fabric that encouraged people to show support for President Donald Trump’s efforts to finish the southern border wall. The “bricks” could be purchased and messages written for display.

The booth also sold t-shirts, campaign buttons and other merchandise with all funds going to support the Republican Party of Tulsa County and Republican Candidates statewide.   Continue reading

On Kavanaugh: Reality battles relativism

Judge Brett Kavanaugh

Opinion: A doctrine promoted by academia, media and popular culture because it avoids consequences: relativism asserts knowledge, truth and morality exist in relation to society – not absolute, but subjective. Say anything and it may be true, relatively speaking.

Thus Democrats attack Brett Kavanaugh at his confirmation hearing with fabrications absent truth without evidence and prove themselves absent morality – relatively.     Continue reading