Opinion

Editorial: Fake climate news from Gore?

 

Sometimes truth can be oh so inconvenient. In 2006, former Vice President Al Gore shocked Americans with his documentary, An Inconvenient Truth. Gore outlined shocking consequences due to “global warming” and “climate change.” One of the “truths” in that film was that Gore predicted that the warming of the oceans, due to the greenhouse effect, […]

Letter to the editor: Wrong about Creation

    

Two separate events show how unbelieving of God’s Word mankind has become. Both used the-time-figure 165 million years. The first showed NASA’s gold plated satellite dish that supposedly will go into space and be able to go back some 165 million years into the evolution of the universe. At least, that’s “man’s” foolish goal! The […]

Letter to the editor: Advice from Napoleon?

    

Sometimes you can get a lot done by not doing anything at all. Not usually. It is said that General Napoleon told his generals on one occasion, “The enemy is maneuvering into an untenable position. Do not do anything to interfere with that.” It is said that General Patton had nearly surrounded the enemy. However, […]

Letter to the editor: Advice from Napoleon?

    

Sometimes you can get a lot done by not doing anything at all. Not usually. It is said that General Napoleon told his generals on one occasion, “The enemy is maneuvering into an untenable position. Do not do anything to interfere with that.” It is said that General Patton had nearly surrounded the enemy. However, […]

Letter to the editor: Advice from Napoleon?

    

Sometimes you can get a lot done by not doing anything at all. Not usually. It is said that General Napoleon told his generals on one occasion, “The enemy is maneuvering into an untenable position. Do not do anything to interfere with that.” It is said that General Patton had nearly surrounded the enemy. However, […]

Letter to the editor: Advice from Napoleon?

    

Sometimes you can get a lot done by not doing anything at all. Not usually. It is said that General Napoleon told his generals on one occasion, “The enemy is maneuvering into an untenable position. Do not do anything to interfere with that.” It is said that General Patton had nearly surrounded the enemy. However, […]

Editorial: The legacy of David Brumbaugh

 

“Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life; he who believes in Me will live even if he dies…” – John 11:24 State Representative David Brumbaugh, who died on April 15, didn’t need to take on the responsibility of serving state government. He owned a successful small business, had a wonderful family […]

Editorial: Homosexuality and Tulsa schools

 

The leadership of Tulsa Public Schools is promoting acceptance of homosexuality. TPS Superintendent is very clever in her advocacy. She recently put on a presentation to “foster equity” for homosexuality within the public school system. How are homosexuals treated unequally? The laws that protect all citizens protect them. Gist paraded out the usual advocates for […]

Editorial:

 

Should state government finance private grocery stores? The answer is no. And municipal and county governments should stay away from funding private companies, too. Sen. Stephanie Bice, R-Oklahoma City, is at it again. A huge proponent of increased liquor sales in Oklahoma, Bice now has authored Senate Bill 506 which would essentially spend taxpayer dollars […]