Video Update Editorial: My first check for investigative reporting was from the Associated Press (AP) December 14, 1987 and it hangs framed on my wall. I respect the history of the organization, goals and objectives, but a recent story describing former-Vice President Joe Biden’s leveraging of U.S. foreign aid to pressure Ukraine to fire a prosecutor investigating corruption at Burisma (an energy company) to protect his son Hunter is not a “false narrative.”Continue reading
Currently in conservative circles refugee influx to Oklahoma has added stress to existing illegal immigration / criminal invader concerns. In Tulsa, for example, a Law Clinic that once helped the poor with legal issues now exclusively helps immigrants because of a grant from Democrat power broker and former-Mayor Kathy Taylor’s family foundation.
Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt (Republican) has been called out by no less than Fox News for welcoming refugees when Texas, for example, has blocked the Federal Refugee Resettlement Program. Gov. Stitt last week answered critics of the program in a by-lined editorial, but apparently the daily paper only published his piece in a suburban edition (Skiatook).Continue reading
TULSA, Okla. – A woman who operated a Tulsa spa was indicted on charges related to the use of prescription drugs purchased from unauthorized sources from November 2012 to April 2018, announced U.S. Attorney Trent Shores Friday. A federal grand jury returned the indictment charging Elisa Kaye Sanders, 60, of Tulsa, with two counts of mail fraud and 13 counts of wire fraud.Continue reading
Editorial: Thank you, Mike Bloomberg, for your media buy as a Presidential Candidate in Oklahoma. As a Super Tuesday State we appreciate your attention. Our local media need the revenue.
Further, we thank you for employing convicted criminals in Oklahoma. (Bloomberg campaign hired New Jersey-based ProCom, which has two call centers in a state prison in Oklahoma.) This economic development effort is also greatly appreciated.Continue reading
A final report to the Oklahoma Legislature and Governor Stitt from the Oklahoma Corporation Commission (OCC) was released today on transmission capacity and wind-energy development even as growing numbers of Oklahomans question the true benefits of wind energy.Continue reading