One of the Holiday events most personally meaningful this year was a gathering sponsored by Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) in Tulsa. Current and former guests built gingerbread houses with Santa and Mrs. Claus.
RMHC helps families with ill or injured children stay together with home-cooked meals, private bedrooms, fully equipped kitchens and laundry facilities near to the medical care they need at leading hospitals. Thus, the family, during medical trauma and treatment, may better comfort and support their children in crisis.
State Rep. Mark McBride, Chair of the House Appropriations & Budget Subcommittee on Education, today discussed joint budget hearings scheduled between the House and Senate for agencies that fall under the education umbrella.
After a period of silence, Dr. Bandy Lee and her committee of mental-health “experts” have again burst onto the scene, angling to participate in the impeachment of President Trump. They are defying the Goldwater Rule, which holds that it is unethical for physicians to diagnose patients they have not personally examined. They claim that President Trump is a such a serious threat to the nation that they are allowed to violate rules.
President Trump breathed air today and thus obviously deprived children of oxygen necessary for survival. He must be impeached; the media shows this is valid and several people walking in downtown Tulsa will testify they heard others saying the same.
Updated: The short answer is, “No” and surprising culprits include Oklahoma’s Senator Jim Inhofe and Oklahoma’s Adjutant General, Major General Michael Thompson. Senator Inhofe chairs the Senate Armed Services Committee. MG Thompson commands Oklahoma’s frequently deployed National Guard. A recent article from the Heritage Foundation, a few conversations with a DoD engineer and some superficial research looking at things like Gunter’s Space Page have shown clearly that Oklahomans are going to get killed because they won’t have a lifeline and Inhofe and Thompson “ain’t doing squat” about it.