Responding to Pete Lepo’s letter, “‘Liberal’ bias” (Commentary, Letters, Nov. 26, Oklahoma Gazette), I have only a few counterpoints to offer and one clarification to request.
Oklahoma has a painkiller epidemic with new addicts every day and prescription drug accidental overdoses happening too frequently.
Obama is the smartest man in the room, at least any room that he shares with other politicians.
For the record, I support any and all choices to live a full, nourishing life, and gobs of Oklahomans are doing vital work all over the country.
Allen Hutson’s commentary on the workforce readiness of college graduates (Commentary, “Are college grads workforce-ready?” Sept. 17, Oklahoma Gazette) suffers from a fundamental misunderstanding of higher education.
The problem is the silence of the majority is drowned out by the actions of the few.
Oklahoma should be ashamed.
To suggest the actions of ISIS represent the views of all Muslims is like suggesting Westboro Baptist Church speaks for all Christians or that the KKK represents all white people.
Obama could halt violence In reply to the letter featured in your Aug. 20 issue from Michael Hopkins (News, Letters to the editor, “Ignorance isn’t bliss,” Aug. 20, Oklahoma Gazette): Saddam Hussein violated the 1991 Ceasefire Agreement repeatedly throughout the Clinton administration, but that feckless politician did nothing as Iraqi air defense gunners threatened to…
No pipeline The Keystone XL pipeline is to be built through central Oklahoma to transport Canadian tar sand oil to the Gulf of Mexico and ship it to China. The Canadian people have blocked a pipeline from the tar sands fields in Alberta to Canada’s west coast. Tar sands consist of a mixture of crude…