Iran’s annual military budget is $6 billion, compared to $60 billion for Saudi Arabia and $600 billion for the U.S.
To see a person in their final days need a morphine drip should be enough for anyone to realize another form of pain treatment should be allowed if available.
Retracting the industry’s only tax credit remaining after 2016 will force wind developers to move their jobs and dollars to more business-friendly states, such as Kansas and Texas.
When faced with strong condemnation, they cry “bullies.”
Over the last decade, there has been a paradigm shift in public opinion on equal rights across the nation, including Oklahoma.
Artists paved the way, finding inspiration in the abandoned warehouses and quiet streets.
Let’s stop arguing that educators are selfish, entitled, overpaid, vacation-hogging whiners. They are not.
Johnson Bridgwater says the state’s refusal to participate in the Clean Power Plan is staggering.
Nathaniel Batchelder warns of needed changes in order for humans and nature to successfully coexist.
John Thompson believes Oklahoma City’s suspension program needs a makeover to better serve students.