In July of 2016 high level Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich was killed on the streets of Washington, D.C. Police investigators say that Rich was killed in a robbery, but skeptical investigative reporters began to look into the suspicious circumstances surrounding his murder almost immediately. Continue reading
The Tulsa Roughnecks FC faced Sacramento Republic on Saturday night in the hopes of getting their second win of the 2017 USL season but fell short by a goal.
After the two clubs battled to a scoreless tie in the first 45 minutes, Sacramento found the back of the Tulsa net behind goalkeeper Bryan Byars in the 49th minute when former TRFC forward Sammy Ochoa found a wide open Wilson Kneeshaw who used the outside part of his right foot to leave Byars with no chance as Sacramento took the 1-0 lead. Continue reading
The Chicago public school system has decided to defy the President of the United States and provide children a vivid example of criminal conspiracy unusually reserved for backroom education union meetings. No wonder Chicago property crime and violent murders are surging – they teach the young that law doesn’t matter.
More than 392,000 students attend public schools in Chicago, and on Tuesday a letter was sent home with each of those students telling their parents that Chicago schools will not “assist in the enforcement of federal civil immigration law.” In fact, the letter actually says that federal officials will not even be allowed “to access CPS facilities.” Continue reading
Tulsa Republicans will gather to watch the Inauguration of President Donald J. Trump at Mamadou’s restaurant, downtown inside the Aloft Hotel at 200 Civic Center, Tulsa Friday, January 20th beginning at 11:00 am.
“We’ve received so many calls and messages this week asking us to recommend a “Republican Friendly” place to go watch that we decided to find a place to gather. Many Tulsans are excited to see America upgrade their president, but couldn’t make the trip to D.C.. This gives them an opportunity to witness and experience a historic moment with other like-minded citizens,” said Mike Ford, Chairman, Republican Party of Tulsa County.
Friday, October 14, is the last day to apply for voter registration in order to be eligible to vote in the November 8, 2016 Federal, State & County General Election & the City of Tulsa General Election (Council Districts 1, 2, & 9 only), Tulsa County Election Board Secretary Patty Bryant said today.
Bryant said that persons who are United States citizens, residents of Oklahoma, and at least 18 years old may apply to become registered voters.