May, 2012

Will Wasserman Schultz Apologize For Collins Remark?

Oklahoma Republican Party The Oklahoma Republican Party released the following statement in response to Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s planned trip… 0

Coffee Talk: The Session, The Internet, The Thunder

^2012 session of the Le3islature is done…with mixed results. Goverrnor Fallin’s key plan, an income tax reduction, didn’t happen. Republicans couldn’t agree on… 1

Gallup: Veterans Give Romney Big Lead

Gallup PRINCETON, NJ — U.S. veterans, about 13% of the adult population and consisting mostly of older men, support Mitt Romney over Barack… 0

UN Wants To Regulate Internet

The Hill House lawmakers will consider an international proposal next week to give the United Nations more control over the Internet. The proposal… 0

Floridians Stand By ‘Stand Your Ground’ Law

Washington Times A majority of   Florida voters support the state’s “Stand Your Ground”  self-defense law that was called into question in the shooting… 0

Flag Burned Outside McAffrey’s Home

The Oklahoman A large American flag flying outside the home of a  state senator was burned overnight. State Sen. Al McAffrey, D-Oklahoma  City,… 0

Noted Quote: Session’s ‘Missed chances’

“The 2012 legislative session is one of the worst examples of missed chances I have ever seen. Even though Republicans hold the Governor’s… 0

State Chamber: Legislative Session Good For Business

State Chamber As the legislative session came to an end, State Chamber President Fred Morgan said lawmakers and state leaders were able to… 0

Cole: Eric Holder, Obstructor Of Justice

More than one year after the congressional investigation into “Operation Fast and Furious” began, Attorney General Eric Holder and the Department of Justice… 0

Senate Ethics Panel Admonishes Coburn

The Hill The Senate Ethics Committee admonished Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Okla.) and a senior staffer for Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.) on Friday for… 0

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