Kim Holland Endorses Glen Mulready

Former Insurance Commissioner Kim Holland

Former Insurance Commissioner, Kim Holland, announced her endorsement of Glen Mulready in his bid to fill the same office Wednesday.

“I have known Glen for over two decades, and I believe he is the most qualified candidate to be Oklahoma’s next Insurance Commissioner,” stated Holland. “As a former Commissioner myself, I understand the job, and I am confident Glen Mulready is ready to be an Insurance Commissioner for all Oklahomans regardless of age, party or where in our great state they live.” Continue reading

In “good-censor” Google admits evil

An internal company briefing produced by Google and leaked exclusively to Breitbart News argues that due to a variety of factors, including the election of President Trump, the “American tradition” of free speech on the internet is no longer viable.

Google thus attempts to justify censorship and thought control similar to the prophesied operational arm of George Orwell’s dystopian novel 1984. Continue reading

Remembering Jimmy “Junior” Markham

Jimmy “Junior” Markham

We lost Junior Markham Sept. 21. He was one of the greatest figures in Tulsa music for the last 60 years. He knew everybody and had millions of stories which he told in a poetic and entertaining manner – often onstage.

He was a singer, a handsome and charming front man and he developed a barn-burning ability on the harmonica.  Continue reading

Justice Kavanaugh sworn Saturday

Brett Kavanaugh became the 114th justice of the U.S. Supreme Court Saturday evening after the Senate confirmed him by a vote of 50-48, handing President Trump a historic victory to shift the balance of ideology from dictatorial “Leftist hubris in activism” which has ruled for 84 years to the “original intent” of limits on government specified in the U.S. Constitution.  Continue reading

OK voter registration surges

Oklahoma’s voter rolls have surged since January, with nearly 2.1 million voters now registered as of the end of September, State Election Board Secretary Paul Ziriax said Friday.  Republicans accounted for nearly 60% of the net increase, with the number registered increasing by 44,543 since January.   Continue reading