Fighting back tears amid allegations of racism and sexism, State Rep.
Sally Kern, R-Oklahoma City, gave an emotional explanation Friday at the
High Noon Club of her April 27 controversial statements regarding women
and people of color.
Letters to the Editor Lee Agnew
Regarding Clifton Adcock’s “Kern: ‘I am not a racist,’” April 29,
okgazette.com: I am convinced that state Rep. Sally Kern, R-Oklahoma
City, meant what she said the first time, and that she still believes it
in her heart.
In Sally Kern’s forthcoming tome, the Republican lawmaker describes bloggers, activists and media casting verbal stones.
News Clifton Adcock
Few people in Oklahoma politics are as polarizing as state Rep. Sally
Kern. Beloved by some, reviled by others, the preacher’s wife,
schoolteacher, grandmother and state representative has made national
headlines more than once.
Letters to the Editor Nathaniel Batchelder
The Rev. Steve Kern’s Commentary (“Counterpoint: Soul concern,” June 22, Oklahoma Gazette) restates
the belief shared by his wife, Rep. Sally Kern, that homosexuality is
the sin that will bring down America for having displeased God.