Commentary

Thu
02
Jun

This is What the NBA Season was Destined For

By Marshall Scott
 
This was how it had to be. Warriors vs. Cavaliers Round Two was what this season was destined for from its beginning. Cleveland strolled through the weaker Eastern Conference with a 12-2 record thus far in the playoffs, with Golden State having lost more games in the Western Conference Final than the Cavaliers have in the entire playoffs.
 
 
Thu
02
Jun

A Tradition Unlike Any Other

By Molly Raley
 
The National Sand Bass Festival is almost upon us, and there are a few things that I want everyone to take into consideration before they embark on this unique event. First, before you judge (or think about how much you hate the Sand Bass), think about how much fun the kids are having.
 
 
Fri
27
May

Fighting Drug Addiction in Our Communities

By Markwayne Mullin

 

Fri
27
May

“Game of Thrones” is a Theatrical Masterpiece

By Marshall Scott

Thu
19
May

Slim Dollars and Opportunities Ahead for Lazy Americans

By Glenn Mollette
 
Higher wages for all people is a worthy cause to achieve. The states that want to raise the minimum wage should do so. Keep it on the state level. Washington State, Texas and Kentucky are three different states with entirely different economies.
 
Thu
12
May

A Senate Review

By Josh Brecheen

Thu
12
May

Action Needed Now to Reduce Oklahoma’s Leading Cause of Preventable Death

By Mary Fallin

Thu
05
May

Confessions of a Tee-Ball Mom

By Molly Raley
 
The time has finally come. It’s the moment I have waiting three years for. My son is playing sports. I don’t even know how to express my excitement about this event in my child’s life. For one, I am sad because the little boy, that I still see as my baby (and will always be my baby) is old enough to play sports. Secondly, I am so excited that I now have a child that plays sports.
 
Thu
05
May

Holding the IRS Accountable to Oklahomans

By Markwayne Mulling
 
Over the past several years, we’ve seen the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) spend millions of taxpayer dollars without permission, hire people who don’t pay their taxes, rehire people who were once dismissed for misconduct, and give bonuses to employees who aren’t doing their jobs. This is completely unacceptable, and it almost seems ridiculous that Congress would even have to pass laws to prohibit these things from happening. But, as most Oklahomans know, the federal government does a lot of things that just don’t make sense.
 
Thu
28
Apr

The IRS Has No Business Taking Family Farms

By Markwayne Mullin
 

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