Mean Tweets vs. Less Beheadings

Afghanistan: Much worse than Vietnam

Priorities should be a thing again.  However, in a modern day peaceful world, affluenza continues to run rampant.  When true danger occurs, like the Taliban takeover of Kabul, some wake up but unless it hits home like 9-11 did twenty years ago, many will stay asleep despite the documented videos and accounts of beheadings and women instantly put into sex slavery by a Taliban regime that has taken over every major Afghan city.

The Americans who feel the imminent danger, such as Afghan Americans who understand the true danger of the Taliban regime, and front-line deployed military and their families are now starting to audit the bad governance and rethink their priorities. Buyer’s remorse is causing them to finally question the media outlets for not covering this over the long term. Does it take blood to finally wake up?

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Mike Mazzei launches for State Treasurer

Mike and his wife, Noel

“I am excited to launch my campaign and it comes with my commitment that I will be a strong fiscal conservative watchdog for the state.  I have built a successful small business in Tulsa by leading with trust and sound financial advice.  I will take that same leadership to serve the citizens of Oklahoma.”

TULSA, OKLAHOMA – Mike Mazzei announced today that he is officially launching his campaign for State Treasurer.

“We need leaders in our state that have the private sector experience that can navigate the chaos surrounding our country.  We need to prioritize our investments and we need to ensure that our state is fiscally sound.

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Tulsan serves carrier “Mighty IKE”

Petty Officer 2nd Class Daisy Nunez Lopez

NORFOLK, Va. – A Tulsa, Oklahoma, native is serving aboard one of the world’s largest warships, the U.S. Navy aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69).

Petty Officer 2nd Class Daisy Nunez Lopez, a 2016 Jenks High School graduate, joined the Navy four years ago.

“I felt like I owed my contribution to this country,” said Nunez Lopez.

According to Nunez Lopez, the values required to succeed in the military are similar to those found in Tulsa.

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Special session likely on Covid-19 mandates

OKLAHOMA CITY – Pursuant to Section 27A of Article V of the Constitution of the State of Oklahoma, lawmakers are starting to gather signatures for a special session to prohibit vaccine mandates for Oklahoma workers, address vaccine passports, and address non-compliance to SB658. Specifically, the special session would be called for “issues related to COVID-19 that are a matter of statewide concern and affect public health and safety”. This comes in response to constituent concerns about healthcare institutions and other employers across Oklahoma requiring employees to receive COVID-19 vaccinations as a condition of continued employment.

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Sen. Inhofe: “Grab Bag of Bad Policy”

Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-OK)

WASHINGTON – U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.), senior member of the Senate Environment and Public Works (EPW) Committee, today voted against so-called infrastructure bill, that includes several sections that are unrelated to infrastructure and did not go through committee consideration saying:

“Instead of working to build a real, substantive infrastructure bill, these sideshow negotiations produced a grab-bag of bad policy decisions that weren’t vetted: adding a quarter of a trillion dollars to the deficit, stacking the deck in favor of electric vehicles and focusing on transit over roads and highways, just to name a few. It didn’t have to be this way.

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