Angel Dad Dan Golvach
“There are the types of stories that CNN is never going to tell, neither is MSNBC or any of the other mainstream media outlets,” said Angel Dad Dan Golvach of the 2015 murder of his 25-year-old son by a previously deported illegal alien.
Golvach joined Breitbart News’ Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow Monday for an interview on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily. Continue reading
Analysis: A photograph of then-Senator Barack Obama (D-IL) with Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan taken in 2005 at a meeting of the Congressional Black Caucus in Washington, DC, was released recently after a 13-year cover-up to protect Obama’s political career.
Yes, from Obama’s national beginning, the association with Farrakhan, racist preacher Jeremiah Wight and former Weather Underground terrorist Bill Ayers was noted on Tulsa Today, but we hate to brag. Continue reading
In their zeal to stamp out “fake news,” European governments are turning toward Orwellian solutions that are worse than the disease.
The European Commission recently created a 39-member panel to explore avenues to eliminate fake news. On Twitter, it announced that it seeks to find a “balanced approach” to protecting free speech and making sure citizens get “reliable information.” Continue reading
Editorial: I personally miss Rev. Martin Luther King. Despite flaws, I admire the man for the principle and courage he showed repeatedly with passion in leadership publicly. I take his instruction seriously to judge by character rather than color when I fail in the Christian Faith which says not to judge at all.
I know from detailed study that Rev. King was a practicing Christian and American Patriot opposed to the Marxism, collectivism or communism today’s disinformationists try to paint him with in retrospect. Continue reading
Editorial: What is the basis of a free society? George Washington said, “Religion and morality are the essential pillars of civil society.” Benjamin Franklin said, “Only a virtuous people are capable of freedom.” John Adams said, “Our constitution was made only for a moral and religious people.” A Tulsa World advertisement stated, “…it is by freedom of speech and of the press that we rectify what is wrong, expose the devices of mercenary men and bring the conduct of our public servants to the test of public scrutiny…”
So one can conclude that the republic’s underpinning is a moral society to the Founding Fathers and it is freedom of the press to the Tulsa World. Continue reading