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Controversial Therapy Transfers Homosexuality from Christians to Muslims

NORMAN, Oklahoma–Researchers at the University of Oklahoma announced today they have successfully developed an intense therapeutic regimen designed to free patients from the filthy homosexual lifestyle.  243 more words

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Legislatures Ignore Problems Confronting Oklahoma's Working Families,

As other states continue to enact minimum wage increases, our Governor Mary Fallin and the Oklahoma State Legislature refuses to do so. Now nearly 30 states and many more cities across the nation have increased the minimum wage while Oklahoma continues to lead to the rear. 564 more words

Bob Beardon

Hofmeister Takes Oklahoma Education by Storm

By Jaime Aupperle, Staff Writer

Joy Hofmeister has hit the ground running with a plan to improve Oklahoma’s system of public education.

Speaking at a public forum at East Central University, the newly elected superintendent of public instruction discussed her ideas for the future of education with concerned citizens. 524 more words

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What? Cities can't decide these things?

Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin has signed a law that bans cities from enacting municipal minimum-wage standards for businesses within the city.

That’s strange. I have thought Republicans, such as Fallin, were categorically opposed to what they call “government overreach,” that local control should trump bigger-government control whenever possible? 220 more words

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Execution Watch: Charles Frederick Warner

Final Justice in Oklahoma

McAlester, OK. (AP)

Charles Frederick Warner’s execution for the 1997 killing of an 11-month-old girl in Oklahoma City lasted 18 minutes. Prison officials declared him dead at 7:28 p.m.

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Execution Watch

Ask Mary Fallin not to execute Richard Glossip

I am writing this post to honor a dear friend’s request – below – despite personally knowing little about Richard Glossip’s case. Murdering people to prove that murder is wrong makes no sense, especially since we’re not particularly astute at condemning only the guilty. 87 more words