EPA’s Scott Pruitt on America’s energy future

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt

Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt said America would soon be “energy dominant and energy independent,” a year after President Trump pulled out of the Paris climate accord.

In an interview with the Washington Free Beacon Pruitt called leaving the agreement “historic” and addressed controversy over his leadership at the agency, saying the president fully supports him.    Continue reading

Monday wins Iba Citizen Athlete Award

Kenny Monday is a native Tulsan who started his wrestling career at age 6 at the local YMCA where wrestling became his passion. He will be named the male recipient at the Rotary Club of Tulsa’s 25th Annual Henry P. Iba Citizen Athlete Awards  in June.

Monday won four State titles and went undefeated in high school with an amazing record of 140-0. In his collegiate career at Oklahoma State, he was a three-time NCAA finalist, who took top-prize in 1984 as the NCAA National Champion.    Continue reading

Shadow spending by government

The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) offers a radical example of dishonesty. But it is hardly unique among state agencies. Oklahoma’s entire state budget process is misleading. This is because so much of what agencies spend flows around, rather than through, the state budget.    Continue reading

Innovative dance & dialogue at PAC

For the first time, The Bell House partners with Choregus Productions’ Summer Heat International Dance Festival for its pioneering EXCHANGE Choreography Festival, July 26-28, 2018.

Since 2009, EXCHANGE has provided a meeting place for professional dance makers from around the country to share original modern dance creations and dialogue with their peers. The only festival of its kind in the region, this year’s event welcomes 18 professional choreographers from cities like St. Louis, Austin, Milwaukee, Washington, D.C., as well as Tulsa, to an intimate exchange of performance and conversation.   Continue reading

The Oklahoma Health Department debacle

OK Attorney General Mike Hunter and Auditor and Inspector Gary Jones discuss discoveries of Health Dept. issues.

If any topic should concern Oklahomans considering state leadership this election cycle, the fiasco, debacle or cluster of incompetence at the health department is it. Apparently, leadership there didn’t even know how to manage their own slush fund – which they should not have had in the first place.  Continue reading