November, 2013

Will Coburn Leave The Senate Early?

Senator Tom Coburn says he’s trying to decide if he’ll serve out his entire term in the Senate. Fighting cancer again, Coburn made… 0

Tulsa Superintendent Ballard Has Strong Support

His Opposition To State Superintendent Janet Barresi’s Policies Draws Comment Randy Krehbiel Tulsa World After five years on the job, Tulsa Public Schools… 0

Burrage Says He Won’t Run Again

The leader of Democrats in the Senate, Sean Burrage, has announced he won’t seek reelection next year. Although the Claremore Democrat would not… 0

Businessman Arrested Outside Own Business For Loitering, Carrying Licensed Firearm

WSB-TV DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. — A local businessman is outraged after being thrown in jail for loitering and carrying a gun on his… 0

Supreme Court Hobby Lobby Ruling Due Tuesday

The U. S. Supreme Court is scheduled to rule on Tuesday in the Hobby Lobby/Obamacare case.

Will: Obama ‘like a ruler of a banana republic unfettered by constitutionalism and the rule of law’

George F. Will For concision and precision in describing Barack Obama’s suddenly ambivalent relationship with his singular — actually, his single — achievement,… 0

Poll: Bridenstine’s Approval At Just 44%

 First District Rep. Jim Bridenstine stands on the balcony of the Rayburn House Office Building in Washington, D.C., shortly after his election in… 3

Liberals Chide Fallin For Guard Same-Sex Ruling

Randy Krehbiel Tulsa World It took awhile, but Gov. Mary Fallin’s decision to change the way the Oklahoma National Guard processes spousal benefits… 0

Carson Nominated For Top Army Post

Chris Casteel The Oklahoman Former Oklahoma congressman Brad Carson was nominated by President Barack Obama on Thursday for the second-highest civilian job in… 0

Brogdon Resigns At Insurance; Tests Waters For Fallin Rematch

Mike McCarville & Staff Former Senator Randy Brogdon has resigned his state job and is testing the waters for a possible Tea Party challenge to Governor… 11

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