In a news release today the Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs (OCPA) praises an Oklahoma court that “has ordered the expungement of bogus victim protective orders sought by a legislator’s wife while the lawmaker was in a tough reelection campaign.”
Tulsa Today covered the incident July 9 in detail, click here for more. The issue of bogus protective orders remains a concern for courts and for many citizens in Oklahoma.
After widespread power outages in Texas, various assumed reputable publications – the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and USA Today – blamed deregulation for the electrical grid’s failure.
The American Institute for Economic Research (AIER) asks in response: What’s the alternative to deregulation?
Analysis: In an exclusive interview with Tulsa Today State Election Board Secretary Paul Ziriax said Oklahoma’s 2020 candidate filing period for federal, state, legislative and county offices will begin April 8 as scheduled. It’s a tight schedule. “The Governor and Legislature could eliminate the primary run-off to make it a winner-take-all, but final ballots must […]
Analysis: Venezuelans still within the nation are under deadly risk today by the criminality of Nicolas Maduro’s government and failed socialism that has driven inflation now projected at 10 million percent this year.
Opinion: Local Leftist Loons always complain when I write about Marxism. They say in ridicule that no one today is a Marxist, Communist, or Soviet. Those are gone to the “dustbin of history” so they say. They lie. “May Day” is celebrated by Marxists around the world in violent protests including in NYC, Paris, Zurich and Berlin. They even partied in Tulsa, but quietly. Continue reading