Wednesday, December 2, 2020
Oklahoma is not a poor state. It is a poorly run state. The core services of state government are in harm’s way. Among other things, we do not fund adequately public education, public safety, transportation and healthcare. At the end...
The Oklahoma Eagle Editorial   Nothing changes until the consequences change. In the cases of the neighborhood around the 61st Street South on Peoria, a place where crime was believed to be a way of life. Of Section 8 housing and...
Can Tulsa North Afford To Not Be Business-Friendly? Protest over another new dollar store because it doesn’t provide nutritious meals might be a recipe for chasing away business to an area starving for jobs. It’s a not so simple math....
On March 23,2017, the State Senate passed a joint resolution that seeks to amend the Oklahoma Constitution with language requiring “proof identity” in order to vote. It does not need the Governor’s approval. The joint resolution, approved by both the...
By Jerry Goodwin Guest Editorial Contributor jerry@goodwingrant.com       North Tulsa must embrace a stark reality. Communities around us are competing for business, rolling out the red carpet with tax incentives, housing options, better school districts and more. While they fight strategically for...
www.fortune.com By STACEY ABRAMS One of the traditional rites of passage for political candidates is the revelation of financial status–a catechism-like recital of money mistakes made and debts owed. As a candidate for governor of Georgia, I have spent the past few...
  Justice is not always blind and it isn't always quick, but, in the case of the State of Oklahoma vs. Kepler it is steady despite some improbable early outcomes. Former Tulsa Police officer Shannon Kepler is heading back to...
Our State song Oklahoma, written by Rodgers and Hammerstein, has the words“We're only sayin’ You're doing fine Oklahoma! Oklahoma, OK” But Oklahoma is not doing OK. Oklahoma seems head bent on joining an ever growing list of states, 19 so far, where anti-protest...
  Search For Mass Grave Continues What has always seemed so tragic and improbable about the Tulsa Race Massacre was never determining just how many lives were lost during the 1921 atrocity. Even more incredible was the wide range of the...
www.nytimes.com By Julie Kraut     It’s Thanksgiving — a time for family, gratitude and historical revision of an indigenous genocide. Unfortunately for many Americans, Thanksgiving has become a time for overeating, followed by weight gain and inevitable self-loathing. But there’s an easy way to...
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