Monthly Archives: January 2008

Okies invited to Palestine

Texas Music Awards Contest Details: You need to write a story/essay about you favorite/fondest Texas Country Moment. It can be anything like a special concert, meeting a star, meeting a friend/lover or anything related to Texas Country…. NOT!!!!! Just simply … Continue reading

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Obama for President, Reason #16

Voted To prohibit the confiscation of a firearm during an emergency or major disaster if the possession of such firearm is not prohibited under Federal or State law. This resulted from actions post Hurricane Katrina: At the orders of New … Continue reading

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Reaganomics still a popular idea

Isn’t it a bit ironic that Democrats make a big deal about their degree of distaste for Reagan ideas and then join Republicans in supporting economic stimulus plans that result in escalating the national debt? An idea that Reagan championed. … Continue reading

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Oklahoma casino pollution

What do you do when a neighboring state butts in on your energy policy decisions? A Kansas utility’s plans for two coal-fired plants in western Kansas are in trouble because of a debate about regulating carbon dioxide emissions and possible … Continue reading

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Oklahoma driving laws make everyone a criminal

Using highway mileage markers, I know that the speedometer on my pickup truck is slightly inaccurate, even though it is a GM product. … by manufacturer, GM’s domestic products are the most accurate, and BMW’s are the least accurate by … Continue reading

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Rebel with a cause

As if Sen. Coburn’s bad boy image wasn’t strong enough already, a beard and a leather jacket? I’ve read and heard about Sen. Tom Coburn over the years, but I didn’t recognize him initially because he sported a beard, longer … Continue reading

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Oklahoma needs a fair fight

There are few Oklahomans that could unseat Senator James Inhofe in November. And Gov. Brad Henry is one of them. Rumor is Henry to throw his hat in the ring next month. Good source. Good rumor. Feb. 2007 And maybe … Continue reading

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OK House Speaker insists he’s human

Our elected representatives in Oklahoma City may be human, but it’s a good thing they aren’t state employees. Because then we might have to fire some of them. Oklahoma House Speaker Lance Cargill failed to file his personal income tax … Continue reading

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Obama for President, Reason #89

As an Illinois legislator, Obama proposed requiring that interrogations and confessions be videotaped. Obama proved persuasive enough that the bill passed both houses of the legislature, the Senate by an incredible 35 to 0. Then he talked Blagojevich into signing … Continue reading

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Who’s cheaper: Inhofe or wounded vets?

Well, we know how much retired Army General Tommy Franks charges to support funding of wounded vets, many of whom he led into Iraq. Gen. Tommy Franks Paid $100,000 To Endorse ‘F’ Veterans Charity Congressional Investigators Say Only 25 Percent … Continue reading

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