[Ed. Note: This is a guest piece written by Tom Newell, government affairs director at the Opportunity Solutions Project and a former member of the Oklahoma House of Representatives.] A
I was disappointed with our City Council members vote, or should I say non-vote regarding the Sober Living Homes. It became obvious the zoning codes we were “required” by the
Jon Cochran Sr. of Loyal sent this item, which makes me feel a lot better about myself, since it puts a few things I have been a little concerned about
NASA sees cooler – not warmer – weather coming, according to an article in New American written by James Murphy. “The climate alarmists just can’t catch a break,” he writes..
More Americans are getting what they want through the mail or the Internet these days. Some have even resorted to courtin’ by catalog or computer. “Personal” ads used to be
The House Judiciary Committee, under its new Democratic leadership, on Monday issued 81 document requests as part of a multifaceted investigation into President Donald Trump. The requests went to some
Again I am writing on behalf of my wife Wilma, myself and many of my neighbors in opposition to the proposed zoning changes and conditional use permits to locate drug
Last week, the House passed five bills that would give the governor greater authority to hire and fire agency heads of five of the state’s largest appropriated entities. The measures