Monthly Archives: October 2004

Where Okies vote

During the last 25 years living at the same location, we’ve had 5 different polling places and I don’t know how many redistrictings. For those folks who may be in the same boat, check out Blog Oklahoma‘s link to Oklahoma … Continue reading

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Whirlpool takes on Second Amendment

A law that protects the right of Oklahomans to possess a firearm in a locked vehicle on an employers premises has stirred up at least one major employer. Whirlpool Corp. has asked a federal judge in Tulsa to block enforcement … Continue reading

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Okies screw commies

We have a new buddy in the neighborhood now that Cuba has some money to spend in the U.S. It’s nice to see Oklahoma is getting something from that revived relationship. And boy did we screw Castro good too, according … Continue reading

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Coburn the only abortionist in this race

SoonerPolitics.com has a cruel radio ad from the Carson campaign. Endorsing this stuff highlights the bad judgement that worries me about Carson. And to think this mud shit slinging supposedly started over Coburn calling Carson a “Liberal”. Now Coburn’s comments … Continue reading

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Feds investigate Feds

Now we’ll get to the bottom of this once and for all! The FBI has begun investigating whether the Pentagon improperly awarded no-bid contracts to Halliburton Co., seeking an interview with a top Army contracting officer and collecting documents from … Continue reading

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Cole a good soldier

Rep. Tom Cole doesn’t leave his friends hanging. When House Majority Leader Tom DeLay needed money to defend charges of ethics violations, Cole lined up with the likes of RJ Reynolds Tobacco and others in funneling money to the Tom … Continue reading

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Placing my bets on lousy odds

Me and the Mrs. will be headed to a few states for a vacation soon, including a stop in Las Vegas. The timing seems right. I’m in that Sin City frame of mind. I’m also at the point in the … Continue reading

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Okies go phishing

Looks like Oklahoma’s efforts at attracting high-tech industry is finally bearing fruit. Nine Koreans and 13 other Internet users apparently fell for a “phishing” scheme that seems to have originated in the U.S. state of Oklahoma, prosecutors said yesterday. This … Continue reading

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Hot twins headed to OU

I knew Paris and her twin sister were talented, but this surprised me. Paris twins decide to attend Oklahoma I didn’t read the details, but this seems too good to be true.

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Reagan no John Wayne

How’d ya like to run against this Republican? (NewsOK reg.req.) Ronald Reagan said he would be a hands-on sheriff who would work to cooperate with other law enforcement agencies in McClain County. Reagan is police chief in the city of … Continue reading

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