Sugar scandal shows you can’t trust ‘scientific studies’


President Barack Obama proclaimed that “science is settled” when it comes to global warming and climate change. His loud and clear message is that when secular science states a “fact,” there should be no dispute. Well, that’s just a lie. When I was growing up in the 1960s and for decades, the American public was […]

Americans have much to fear from a Clinton presidency


The last couple of weeks I have been writing about the Obama administration’s release of a publication entitled the Housing Development Toolkit, and I will have more on it in the coming weeks. However, I think it is important for the upcoming election that Americans speak out to say who they believe is the best […]



At one point in the movie, An Officer and a Gentleman, Gunnery Sgt. Foley (played by Louis Gossett, Jr.) yells at officer candidate Zack Mayo that “I want your DOR (Drop on Request). Foley doesn’t get it and Mayo goes on to change his life, help others and find that the best thing in his […]

Sen. Nathan Dahm is a contrast to his misleading competition


One of the things that serves to get my goat is the tendency of so many people and companies to make contact under anonymous representations. Numerous calls have come into my telephone caller ID ranging from only “anonymous” all the way to a totally false location and telephone number. In fact, there were a couple […]

Even John Watts can’t fix everything


I learned a sad truth today: I am no longer my grandson Titus the Honorable’s hero. I have been replaced. Not long ago, the air-conditioning went out in the front part of our building. Since my office is in the back, I didn’t worry too much about it. But it kept getting warmer and warmer, […]

PSO continues to lie to its customers


PSO vs The People:  Who’s Lying Now? PSO claims smart meters don’t collect personal data. And yet, on August 15, 2016, the Attorney General’s office sent a letter to the Oklahoma Corporation Commission instructing them to adopt rules protecting Oklahoma citizens’ personal privacy in the Electric Utility Rules (Chapter 35 of Title 165).  These rules were intended […]

Threatening clown craze shows what’s wrong in the USA


About 20 years ago, we used to go out to eat with some friends after church on Sundays. Our kids were little and they had two young daughters. I don’t recall the name of the restaurant where we went but it was in a shopping center at 21st Street and Sheridan Road. One Sunday, the […]

More social engineering to be forced on the United States


Recently when I was flying over Texas, I saw from the air what makes Texas instantly recognizable:  where in other states you will see streets laid out in straight line grids, what I saw were streets that seemed to have been laid out by someone who had been blindfolded.  There seemed to be no coherent […]

Trump and American Ingenuity


On October 5, Holman Jenkins, Jr., wrote an article for the Wall Street Journal entitled, “The Trump Tax Setup.”  Here he questions the media’s ridiculously disingenuous reaction to a leaked three pages of Donald Trump’s 1995 tax return.  It was in the 90s that the New York real estate collapsed and with it the fortunes […]

Thanks to God, we live in an amazing world and country


At the September 29 meeting of the World War II Vets of Tulsa (now renamed “All Veterans Association, Inc.”), Lt. Col. Robert Taylor (his real name, not a stage name) a fairly recent member, read to us from an email he had received. It struck a chord with most, if not all, of those attending, […]