As long as Oklahoma keeps voting in the same clowns into the state Legislature, nothing will change.
Many of the speeches given at the Women’s March on Washington, D.C., were vulgar, “nasty” and, many times, screeching.
The challenge we now face as a country is that we have a president who is making every attempt to turn the strength of our diversity into our weakness.
Here’s a classic what-if: Donald Trump won 3,000,000 more popular votes than Hillary Clinton but she won the White House via the Electoral College.
Even my beloved military, which if you just showed up, shut up and did what you were told, is getting very picky about who it lets stay until retirement.
The same week the EPA reported that high-volume fracking is contaminating our drinking water supplies, Trump appoints the fossil fuel fascist and Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt, another climate change denier, as his EPA director.
Donald Trump as the GOP candidate appealed to voters with fear, hate and ignorance, and violence was accepted by many.
The guidelines governing the program demonstrate city leaders and labor unions can come together to craft decisions that are in everyone’s best interest.
I truly wanted to thank Mrs. Anderson and tell her how much reading her letter meant to me, a lower-income Native female scared of the next four years. It is so nice to know that there are people out there who truly know the consequences of what we’ve let happen to our country.
I believe that if we all speak out and stand up for each other, regardless of our religions, skin color and gender, we will come out stronger than we were before this country.