It takes many incarnations or lives for a soul to make important choices concerning the direction of a community, city or country.
Let’s hope that the changes that are forthcoming to the U.S. Supreme Court will include jurists that will follow the letter and spirit of the writers of the First Amendment without inserting creative, erroneous interpretations of what is clear English.
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.
The vast chasm between what Trump says and does and the teachings of my childhood seem insurmountable.
The worst thing about it, Oklahoma is not the only state in dire straights financially, with the same issues and obsessions.
OKC isn’t suffering because Kevin Durant left; it’s suffering from diversionary amusement syndrome.
“At some point, all of us are capable of ending up at a public spot and begging because we are just trying to get the next meal.”
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It is hard to believe that 20 years have passed. I was taking roll in a public speaking class at Oklahoma City University that fateful morning, and a young woman who was often tardy strolled in at 9:05 and said, “Sorry I’m late, but they just blew up a building over there.” I remember…
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.