• Cole spies roadblocks, delays and barriers

    Since its passage and throughout the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, nothing has gone as promised, planned or expected by President Obama. Instead, the entire country has watched him try to dodge or make excuses for every barricade or bump along the road. Each roadblock has led Americans to seriously question the president’s ability to lead and lowered confidence in his promises.

    November 19, 2013

  • IMG_4258.JPG Pearl Jam puts on timeless show in OKC, addresses controversy

    This is a story about Eddie Vedder and his wine. 
    The Pearl Jam frontman downed three bottles during his band's almost three hour, riveting performance Saturday night at Chesapeake Energy Arena.  

    November 18, 2013 6 Photos

  • Dorman celebrates Veteran's Day

    Happy Veteran’s Day!  I had the opportunity to celebrate the holiday starting last Friday by helping honor our retired military at a ceremony in Elgin.

    November 12, 2013

  • Walmart story brings out annoying commentaries

    This week we broke a story about a local gay couple who were asked to leave the Chickasha Walmart due to their sexual orientation. Since equality for homosexuals is the major civil rights issue of our time, I had an inkling that this piece may gain some notoriety. It did, and after reviewing its aggregation on sites across the country I decided to address a few key misconceptions commenters continue to bring up. 

    November 9, 2013

  • The Spirit of the BB-48 for the Common Good

    It was September 2, 1945 and each of the 280 Allied Warships that had accompanied the USS Missouri into Tokyo Bay for the formal signing of the Japanese Instrument of Surrender, had its own story of heroism and perseverance. Assembled shoulder to shoulder on the decks of American ships were soldiers and sailors of every rank, of every race, from every state of the Union.

    November 8, 2013

  • Adammug.JPG Fightin' Words: Thunder will test fans' patience

    It's great how easily Oklahomans have taken to the Oklahoma City Thunder.

    October 31, 2013 1 Photo

  • Shelter plans marching forward

    It has been an interesting time surrounding the Take Shelter Oklahoma petition drive recently.  Attorney General Scott Pruitt submitted revised language to the petition’s ballot title which our committee felt was biased and politically motivated.  David Slane, an attorney in the Oklahoma City area and OKC Fox News legal analyst, is volunteering to assist in our effort.  The A.G. has five business days to submit an intent letter for modifications, but he waited seven days to notify that he was taking this action.  Between the prejudiced language and his missing the deadline, we feel confident the Oklahoma Supreme Court will keep things fair and balanced.  We also hope this will be resolved quickly as every effort they exert to fight this slows down the collection of signatures by our volunteers and accomplishes their goal of defeating this by any means possible.

    October 29, 2013

  • Point-to-Point

    A head-to-head debate on this week's heated national issues

    October 25, 2013

  • Shelter campaign not political rhetoric

    I want to start off this week by thanking all those who have contacted me about my future and what my plans will be following my final year in the Oklahoma House of Representatives.

    October 23, 2013

  • What would will say about that?…For the Common Good

    The homespun humor and wisdom of Oklahoma native Will Rogers has fascinated America for nearly a century.  His unique insight, accurate analysis and fearless delivery “plain-talked” himself into the hearts of millions. 

    October 18, 2013

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