Recently The Guardian documented what they call, “‘A slow-motion catastrophe’: on the road in Venezuela, 20 years after Chávez’s rise.” Proving again socialism will kill any nation that implements it. Tulsa Today has written so often on this topic that Google’s evil-in-practice limits our voice and Soros trolls harass us, but again we point to the obvious. People are dying daily and fleeing in mass the Marxist evil of Venezuela. Continue reading
As France revolts against poverty inducing totalitarianism by idiotic elitist climate change criminals, David Harsanyi provides historic perspective and specifics lazy media types refuse to consider. Even in the age of fabricated offense and emotional immaturity; science and good sense finds a home at Creators.com and DailySignal.com highly recommended. Continue reading
Capital News: OK Senate Republicans Wednesday announced their full leadership team for the 57th Legislature. They had previously designated Senator Greg Treat, R-OKC, to serve as President Pro Tempore of the Senate. Treat earlier this year announced his selection of Senator Kim David, R-Porter, to serve as Majority Floor Leader and of Senator Roger Thompson, R-Okemah, to serve as Senate Appropriations chair. Continue reading
There are three aspects to the caravan: what is shown by the media; what is there to be seen; and what is unseen.
The focus is on the innocent children, as in the widely circulated photograph of an obese woman with two children lacking pants or shoes, purportedly fleeing tear gas sprayed by cruel law enforcement agents. They are far from home, in a very dangerous place, in violation of the laws of Mexico. Continue reading
Opinion: Isn’t it funny how liberal champion Michelle Obama uses foul language at an event and the media swoons over it? As part of her book tour queen Michelle in a presumed slip of the tongue on Facebook Sheryl Sandberg’s book, “Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead,” said, “And it’s not always enough to lean in, because that sh*t doesn’t work all the time.” Continue reading