Aubree Karner exhibit at PAC Gallery

Broken Arrow artist Aubree Karner presents “Making Connections,” Nov. 8-29, in the PAC Art Gallery.

Karner was born in 1985 and has lived her whole life in Broken Arrow. After graduating from University of Arkansas in 2008 with a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts in Drawing, she worked in Tulsa in different positions at Philbrook Museum and Gilcrease Museum.  Continue reading

TU snaps skid in rout of UConn

The Tulsa Golden Hurricane won for the first time since their season-opening win against Central Arkansas, defeating the UConn Huskies 49-14 Saturday night at H.A. Chapman Stadium.  The Homecoming crowd witnessed TU fall behind 10-0 to the Huskies in the first quarter before storming back with 28 points in the second frame, while holding UConn to a field goal.  Continue reading

It turns on your vote Tuesday

Socialist booth at Tulsa’s Friday Art Walk Nov. 2, 2018.

Opinion: Despite the Left’s efforts to turn America into Venezuela, voters decide Tuesday the path forward in the most critical midterm election of the modern age.

Time to show up. Results determine if booming economy, increased national security and common sense will prevail as policy. Results or resistance. Jobs or mobs. Truth or lies. Freedom or socialism. Take your pick.   Continue reading

Will Democrats destroy America?

Opinion National and State: Hillary Clinton is right.  We cannot be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what America stands for. She’s right that we must fight against politicians and activists who degrade the rule of law, seek to delegitimize our elections, spread corruption, attack truth and reason, and try to undermine our national unity.   Continue reading

Birthright Citizenship is not Constitutional

Hans von Spakovsky for The Daily Signal, asserts from detailed research that President Donald Trump’s announcement Tuesday that he is preparing an executive order to end birthright citizenship is fully within the intent of the Constitution.

Spakovsky notes, “It would face a certain court challenge that would wind up in the Supreme Court, but the president’s view is consistent with the view of the framers of the amendment.”  Continue reading