Opinion

Editorial: Why a taxpayer funded museum?

 

State Senate Pro Tem Brian Bingman, R-Sapulpa, pushed for the state to fund the Oklahoma Museum of Popular Culture in Tulsa. His SB839 provides a $25,000,000.00 bond issue to build the OKPOP to be operated by the Oklahoma Historical Society. Bingman promises that if the state provided the bond money, no operating money would be […]

Editorial: Keystone Chevy and homosexuality

 

Add Keystone Chevrolet to the Tulsa businesses promoting homosexuality. Keystone Chevrolet is a “proud sponsor” of the June 7 2015 Tulsa Rainbow Run. The dealership has ponied up $1,000-2,500 to affiliate with racing homosexuals. Keystone Chevrolet wants Tulsans to “find new roads.” Apparently, that includes men with men and women with women. AtoZ Medical is […]

Editorial: Liberal World blasts Bridenstine

 

The Tulsa World is having a harder time disguising its hatred for Republicans. The liberal newspaper is on a mission to embarrass every Tulsa County elected official plus U.S. Rep. Jim Bridenstine. Incidents in which white officers shoot black suspects are being reported all over the nation and rioting usually ensues. It did not in […]

Editorial: No leadership from the President

 

Much-needed leadership on the terrorist attack in Garland, Texas, on May 3 won’t be forthcoming from President Obama. Obama doesn’t believe there are any Muslim terrorists – he thinks they are “criminals” who believe they are acting according to Islamic principles. That’s the official stance of this administration even though ISIS has claimed responsibility for […]

Editorial: America is becoming unchurched

 

A Barna Group survey showed that almost four in 10 U.S. adults are “unchurched” – those who have not attended a church service (except for a wedding, funeral, etc.) in the last six months. The study shows that 29 percent of the adults used to attend church but now don’t and 9 percent never attended […]

Editorial: Legal rights for chimpanzees?

 

Lawyers for the “Nonhuman Rights Project” have filed a lawsuit against The University of New York at Stony Brook on behalf of “Hercules” and “Leo” – two chimpanzees who are being “unlawfully detained.” What? Fortunately, New York State Supreme Court Justice Barbara Jaffe does not agree that the chimps have all the rights that human […]

Letter to the editor: Time to end dismemberment abortion

    

Let’s hope that that other states will follow the lead of Kansas and Oklahoma in banning dismemberment abortions.  And let’s hope the U.S. Congress will soon pass the Pain-Capable Unborn Protection Act, as the U.S. House is set to take it up. What exactly happens in a dismemberment abortion?  The following is sworn testiomony given […]

Letter to the editor: Texting while driving

    

Yay! We’re No. 46! Or we will be on Nov. 1 when Oklahoma’s law banning texting while driving kicks in, making us the 46th state to pass such legislation. But why wait? Avoid the rush. Stop texting now. We congratulate the Oklahoma Legislature for their wisdom in passing this much-needed law. It will no doubt […]