Multiple media are reporting an Education Week analysis of midterm election data that finds that of the 177 teachers who ran for office in state legislatures during the midterms, only 42 were elected. According to the education outlet, teacher walkouts that protested teacher pay and funding for public schools spurred the campaigns. Continue reading
Analysis: What a very pretty boy with such an empty head is CNN’s Jim Acosta. Vile in his ignorant simplicity marinated in hubris; Acosta demonstrates daily why media earns less respect than Congress. To go so low is difficult, but Acosta aims to show how it is done – a fool by any standard.
The myth of Acosta’s “impartial” reporting and “unbiased” journalism laid bare in video yesterday. Continue reading
Oklahoma elected Republican Kevin Stitt to the state’s top post with 54.34 percent of the vote Tuesday as citizens surprised pundits in several close races.
Oklahoma’s rural vote showed trends towards the Republican Party and urban areas increasingly to the Democrat Party. Continue reading
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
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