Category Archives: Local

Rural Trans promoted with Tulsa funding?

Editorial: If Oklahoma Conservatives have not already subscribed to V1-SUT Vantage, they should subscribe soon. After a stunning expose on the invasion of “dark money” attacking GOP candidates up for reelection in 2022, V1-SUT has broken news of Trans-Tyranny attack in Bartlesville.

Rural Oklahoma: Is it within community moral standards to conduct crotch grabbing, pelvis grinding sexual enactments in front of children in an open public park at the center of town? Asking for a friend.

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Rep. Lonnie Sims on Route 66 Commission

Rep. Lonnie Sims, R-Tulsa, has been appointed to the Oklahoma Route 66 Centennial Commission by House Speaker Charles McCall, R-Atoka.

Sims, who is in his third term in the Oklahoma House of Representatives, began his term on the commission on February 1. The Oklahoma Route 66 Centennial Commission seeks to preserve the history of Route 66 in Oklahoma through commemorative, educational and community events.

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Tulsa Republicans reboot

Opinion: The Grand Old Party of Abraham Lincoln rebuilds itself every two years. Tuesday January 24th at 6 pm that process begins in Tulsa County.

New Republican leadership is needed at the County, State and National levels. Recently, power accumulation has been the goal and building the precincts the great failure. Convention attendance is shrinking. When conservatives should be most united in the face of multiple crises instigated by demon Democrats, Republicans have been divided by feckless personal ambition.

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OK AG agreement with St. John Health System

Oklahoma Attorney General John O’Connor has announced a conciliation agreement with St. John Health System resolving allegations that St. John Health System violated the Oklahoma Anti-Discrimination Act and the Civil Rights Act. 

“In defending the religious freedoms of our healthcare heroes, our job is to ensure that Oklahomans’ civil rights are upheld, and they are made whole,” said Attorney General O’Connor. “And we are pleased that St. John Health System has agreed to take the measures necessary to make that happen.”

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Unsolved homicide advocate filing RICO case

Western District Federal Courthouse, Seattle, WA

Justice for Gertrude, Part 4

Forty-one years after Tulsa’s Gertrude Marshall Blakey was beaten to death in her midtown doorway, summons are going out to a multitude of attorneys and organizations as filing is imminent in Federal Court on civil claims including a RICO (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act) case, Breach of Fiduciary Duty on behalf of the Trustees and Minority Shareholder Oppression claims specific to the TH Rogers Lumber Company, Blakey’s family business.

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