Monthly Archives: December 2007

Is Drew that good, or his enemies that desperate?

Unbelievable! That popular Oklahoma Attorney General do-gooder, Drew Edmondson, did it again! He gets bull… I mean chickenshit thrown at him left and right, high and low, yet he always comes out clean. But maybe he met his match jackin’ … Continue reading

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Oklahoma City leaders on the ball

I believe it’s always good to be prepared. Oklahoma City voters will be asked to approve funding for improvements to the Ford Center at a March 4 election to bring the arena up to NBA standards, city officials said today. … Continue reading

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UAW bosses may endorse GOP presidential candidate

It begins with this: UAW won’t endorse any presidential candidate “There’s a healthy diversity of opinion among UAW members as to which candidate can most effectively challenge the special interests who want to capture our government on behalf of the … Continue reading

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Lend me an ear

I believe the so-called mortgage crisis in America is really no crisis at all. And I offer some collective wisdom of the ages to prove it. Home foreclosures? Not so bad. You can never go home again, but the truth … Continue reading

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Be happy

Hello from Oklahoma. My name is Herman and I will be writing for this blog while the previous author, Mike, takes some unscheduled time off. I am told Mike is doing better now that he is medicated. Mike claims he … Continue reading

Posted in Editorials | 3 Comments statement on blog strike

News Release: Little Axe, Oklahoma In response to a debilitating labor stoppage, announced today that it has added new writer, Herman, to its corporate staff. Herman’s only job will be writing for the company’s Oklahoma populist blog, Okiedoke. The … Continue reading

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Just wondering…

Should I feel odd that I enjoy Sooner basketball more than Sooner football? The current benefit/cost ratio of upgrading from a 36″ CRT television to a 42″ 1080p TV using high-definition satellite is not that great. In fact, it may … Continue reading

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