- BLOG: Tuttle produces another OSU Cowboy
BLOG: New session should come with renewed interest
Today marks the first day of what should be the most important season in every Oklahoman’s life, the beginning of the new session of the Oklahoma State legislature.
Blog: Super Bowl Sunday Football Brownies
One of the best weekends for food is coming up ladies and gentleman! My family always creates some kind of feast of delicious meats, veggies, finger food and of course, desserts.
BLOG: Battle for education still raging
A week ago I wrote a blog expressing my disdain for House Bill 1895 - the one that would have monetarily executed the Oklahoma Arts Council.
Today we printed a story stating that the bill is dead. With that in mind I considered turning this blog into a victory lap, but I've been told gloating isn't overly mature and I really didn't do anything worthy of celebration in this regard.
BLOG: Cole meeting proves he represents constituents well
Representative Tom Cole paid us a visit today.
That may seem like a pretty boring lede, but as anyone that has followed my columns, blogs and editorials with some sort of frequency will tell you, Cole and I tend to differ opinion wise on virtually every political issue there is.
- BLOG: Disrespectful fans ruin game experience for everyone
BLOG: Clinton to run in 2016? Who cares?
Today I find myself a little confused by the actions of Democratic constituents and liberal journalists in our country.
Blog: Te'O Got Catfished
Last night I saw an interview with Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'O. If you're unaware of the situation, Te'O got catfished. What does being catfished mean exactly? Well the urban dictionary definition is, "someone who pretends to be someone they're not using Facebook or other social media to create false identities, particularly to purse deceptive online romances."
BLOG: Arts can't continue to be scapegoat
On Feb. 4 a slew of new bills we will be brought before the state legislate. Among them is House Bill 1895, which essentially intends to reduce significant amounts of money to the Oklahoma Art Council in such a manner that the council would be eliminated in four years.
Blog: Local writer provides humor and fashion advice
One of the coolest things about the internet is its accessibility for talented writers that may not have another platform. One of my best friends, an English major at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma has been blogging for a few months on the free blogging website, WordPress.
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