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OKG Newsletter

Topic: mary fallin

Geraldine Ferraro and the locked door

Ferraro unlocked the door to the men’s club of politics


Pam Fleischaker
In the spring of 1984, I was a wife and mom, raising a second-grader and a 12-month-old, and working for Planned Parenthood in Oklahoma City.
Tuesday, March 29, 2011

‘Got it going on’

He really likes us! Jeb Bush heaps on the praise during last week’s visit to OKC.


Clifton Adcock
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush praised Oklahoma’s political leadership in the field of education during his speech at Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs 2011 Citizenship Award dinner last week.
Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Fractured family

Feuding factions within the Oklahoma Republican Party could disrupt funding of state agencies.


Clifton Adcock
Pastor Tom Vineyard of Windsor Hills Baptist Church stood before the Oklahoma House of Representatives April 18 and bowed his head.
Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Is Sally Kern an aberration?

For the GOP to not condemn Kern is to condone her actions.


Sen. Andrew Rice
Being the Democratic nominee for United States Senate in 2008, when then-candidate Barack Obama was the nominee for president, was an eye-opening experience.
Friday, April 29, 2011

‘God calling us’

Oklahoma’s freshman congressman shares his stance on issues facing the nation.


Clifton Adcock
“This is not courage; this is just obedience. This is what we (Lankford and his wife) sense God calling us to do, and we’re just doing it,” Lankford said. “We came to a point about a year and a half ago where we knew we would be grandparents one day telling our grandchildren about the time we didn’t follow God if we don’t do this.
Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Executive decision

Christina Fallin dresses like an extra in 'The Crow'...again


Gazette staff
A hyper-kinetic video on the online magazine’s site offered a “behind the scenes” look at the photo shoot, which juxtaposed Christina Fallin in her neo-goth attire against the columns at her momma’s Dutch Colonial mansion.
Wednesday, July 20, 2011

CFN Quote of the Week

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

What's a few thousand between friends?

A pretty big damn deal, apparently.


Gazette staff
Tec-An, an Oklahoma company that had been helping Department of Human Services collect child support payments from one of the business’s employees, misplaced a decimal point, turning what was supposed to be a $92 payment to DHS to a $9,200 payment, according to a story from KFOR.
Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Mansion party!

Septemberfest activities include history re-enactors, storytellers and more.


Carmen Forman
Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Getting schooled

The state gets an ‘E’ for effort, but no gold star in the Race to the Top competition for early childhood education funding.


Clifton Adcock
Oklahoma has been considered a leader in early childhood education, consistently topping national rankings for accessibility and accountability in that realm.
Wednesday, December 28, 2011